Socket Set Scres

Cup point: A headless screw threaded the entire length. It has a hexagonal drive at one end and a cup-shaped indentation at the other end.
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NAME: Hexagon Socket Drive Set Screw Flat Point|CUP point|cone point|dog point

Standard: DIN 913 ISO 4026


DESCRIPTIONS:

Cup point: A headless screw threaded the entire length. It has a hexagonal drive at one end and a cup-shaped indentation at the other end.

Half-Dog point: A set screw with a protruding tip with a flat surface at the end opposite that of the hexagonal drive.

Half-Dog point: A set screw with a protruding tip with a flat surface at the end opposite that of the hexagonal drive.

Oval point: A set screw with an oval-shaped point at the end opposite that of the hexagonal drive.

Flat point: A set screw with a flat surface at the end opposite that of the hexagonal drive.

Cone point: A set screw with a sharp conical-shaped point at the opposite end from the hexagonal drive.


Applications:

Cup point: The cup point is the most used style set screw. Designed for fast, permanent and semi-permanent location of parts on shafts with hardness differential of 10-15 Rockwell C points and where cutting in of cup edge on the shaft is acceptable.

Half-Dog point: Intended for permanent setting. The point should fit closely to the diameter of the drilled hole or against the flat. Often used instead of a dowel pin.

Oval point: Preferred style for frequent reset on soft or hard shafts with minimum deforming. Also chosen for permanent setting on shafts spotted, splined or grooved, and for applications where point meets shaft on an angle. Sometimes substituted for the cup point style.

Flat point: Designed for frequent resetting or relocating on hard steel shafts and where minimal damage to shafts is necessary. Ground flats on the shaft improves the contacts.

Cone point: For permanent setting on soft or hardened shafts. The deep penetration it offers gives this style set screw the highest tor-sional & axial holding power. For shafts of Rockwell hardness C15 or over, spot point half its depth. Can also be used as a pivot or hanger.

When two set screws are used in a set screw collar, their holding power is determined by their location with respect to each other.


Material:

Screws shall be made from an alloy steel which conforms to the following chemical composition requirements (per product analysis):

Carbon: 0.28 to 0.50%; Phosphorus: 0.040% maximum; Sulfur: 0.045% maximum. Also, one or more of the following elements shall be present in sufficient quantity to meet the strength requirements listed below: chromium, nickel, molybdenum or vanadium.


Stainless steel and Alloy  FASTENERS--  Socket Head bolts and Screws--Socket Set Scres

Brand Name:

Coarse Thread Socket Set Screw Cup Point 

Material: 

Available in low carbon steel (plain, zinc plated or hot dip galvanized) as well as 304 and 316 stainless, and  alloy steel

Surface treatment:Plain, zinc plated 
Certificate:

ISO 9001:2015

Length: 

1/2"

Diameter:

#8-32

Supply Ability: 

500000 pcs

Applications:

Socket set screws, or grub screws, are commonly used to secure pulleys to shafts, socket set screws are generally headless and rest flush with or below the surface of the application. Set screws come in a variety of different points, cup point being the most common.

Product type:

Coarse Thread Socket Set Screw Cup Point 

Type Stainless:

Available in low carbon steel (plain, zinc plated or hot dip galvanized) as well as 304 and 316 stainless, and  alloy steel

Minimum Ordering Quantity5000
Price0.41
Delivery Date Quantity10000
Estimated time2 DYAS


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