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How Many Types of Fasteners Are There?

Fasteners are pieces of hardware used to mechanically affix two or more objects together...


Guide to Wilson-Garner Online Certifications

Wilson-Garner Company provides our customers with free online certifications for every lot of product...

Special Fasteners

How to Manufacture Steel Bolts: 3 Different Methods

There are three common steel bolt manufacturing methods: cold forming, hot forging, and machining....

Cold-Form Manufacturing

What Do Screw and Bolt Head Markings Mean?

If you’ve ever spent time looking at different screw and bolt heads, you’ve probably...

Cold-Form Manufacturing
Various Head Markings

Understanding a Few Common ASTM Inch-Series Bolt Grade Markings

Understanding a Few Common ASTM Inch-Series Bolt Grade Markings While SAE J429 Grades 2,...

Cold-Form Manufacturing

Understanding Metric Bolt Head Markings

We’ve talked about how to use head markings to determine the different grades and...

Cold-Form Manufacturing

Proof Load, Yield Strength, and Tensile Strength of Fasteners

In the fastener world, you’ll often hear terms like proof load, yield strength, and...

Special Fasteners

The Basics of External Threads – Threads Part 1

Threads are quite amazing when you stop to think about it. Yeah I know,...


The Difference Between ISO and IATF Certifications

If you poke around a few industrial websites, you’ll begin to notice plenty of...

Custom Bolts

How Asymmetric Place Bolts Work

Asymmetric Place bolts work based on two design features that complement each other. But...