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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...

Certifications
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Guide to Wilson-Garner Online Certifications

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

Special Fasteners
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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
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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
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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
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The Basics of External Threads – Threads Part 1

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

Certifications
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The Difference Between ISO and IATF Certifications

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

Custom Bolts
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How Asymmetric Place Bolts Work

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