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TABLE 23.19 Basic Dimensions of Socket-Head Cap Screws (Metric Series)
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TABLE 23.20 Basic Dimensions of Socket Flat-Head Cap Screws (Inch Series)
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TABLE 23.21 Basic Dimensions of Socket Flat-Head Cap Screws (Metric Series)
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TABLE 23.22 Basic Dimensions of Socket Button-Head Cap Screws (Inch Series)
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TABLE 23.23 Basic Dimensions of Socket Button-Head Cap Screws (Metric Series)
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TABLE 23.24 Basic Dimensions of Socket Shoulder Screws (Inch Series)
TABLE 23.25 Basic Dimensions of Socket-Head Shoulder Screws (Metric Series)
0.160D + 0.024 0.160D
D 1 1 < D 11 2
(23.6)
The slot depth varies, depending on the head type and the nominal size. Slotted-head cap screws are normally made from carbon steel conforming to ASTM A307 properties (see Table 23.7). However, they can also be obtained in grade ASTM A449 material and properties. 23.3.7 Machine Screws We can keep track of the many types of machine screws by classifying them as follows: 1. Flat countersunk head (80 degrees) a. Regular or undercut b. Slotted or cross-recessed
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FIGURE 23.7 Socket set screws. (a) Flat point; (b) cup point; (c) oval point; (d) cone point; (e) half-dog point.
2. 100-degree flat countersunk head a. Regular or close tolerance b. Slotted or cross-recessed 3. Oval countersunk head a. Regular or undercut b. Slotted or cross-recessed 4. Flat countersunk trim head a. Regular or short b. Cross-recessed 5. Oval countersunk trim head a. Regular or short b. Cross-recessed 6. Pan head a. Slotted or cross-recessed 7. Fillister head a. Slotted and cross-drilled b. Slotted or cross-recessed 8. Truss head a. Slotted or cross-recessed
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FIGURE 23.8 Slotted-head cap screws. (a) Round head; (b) flat countersunk head; (c) fillister head.
TABLE 23.26 Basic Head Dimensions of Slotted-Head Cap Screws (Inch Series)
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9. Binding head a. Slotted or cross-recessed 10. Hex head a. Indented b. Slotted c. Indented and slotted 11. Hex washer head a. Indented b. Indented and slotted The round-head machine screw is obsolete. Use the pan-head screw, instead; it has more driving power. Most of the head types outlined here are illustrated in Figs. 23.9 to 23.11, some slotted and some with cross-recesses.
FIGURE 23.9 (a) Slotted flat countersunk-head machine screw; also available with 100-degree head; (b) short or undercut slotted oval countersunk-head machine screw. Note the difference between the body of a machine screw and that of a cap screw. Compare this figure with Fig. 23.8a.
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FIGURE 23.10 (a) Slotted binding-head machine screw; the edge angle is 5 degrees; (b) slotted and indented hex-head machine screw; (c) hex washer-head machine screw. Both hex screws in this figure may be obtained with or without slots and/or indentations.
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