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What's The Difference Between Screws And Bolts?
- Apr 25, 2017 -

Screws are more general statements.
The exact statement should be bolts, screws, and nut.
bolts and screws are circular strips, with equal spacing threads engraved on them.
The bolt is a flat cylindrical type; The screw is pointed as nails in the front.
Bolts must be used in conjunction with nut or on objects that have already drilled threads.
The screws are used on softer or thinner objects, and are drilled by rotating edges with their own threads.
The screw threads are relatively shallow without a sharp blade; screw threads on the screw are sharp edges and deeper threads, which facilitates drilling inside the object.
Most bolts and screws require one of the most common simple tools-screwdrivers.