Miniature, precision screws from NBK
NBK defines "Miniature Screws" and "Precision Screws" as small screws with a nominal diameter of M2.6 or less.
These are also commonly referred to as Micro Screws, Camera Screws, and Eyeglass Screws
NBK offers a broad line of miniature, precision screws designed by years of extensive R&D.
The size range for these screws are S0.6 to M2.6; with options to choose for steel, stainless steel and plastic. Available head shapes include; flat, hex, and pan with socket head cap and set screw options.
These screws are suitable for fixing and positioning precision instruments, electronic devices, and miniature linear guideway rails and tables.
Small Diameter Screws: M0.6 (S0.6) to M2.6 Lineup
NBK offers a wide-ranging lineup of small-diameter screws in various shapes and materials.
Various head diameters and heights are available for the same screw diameters, contributing to saving space.
What are low profile screws? Find advantages, disadvantages, and usage examples explained here!
Here we introduce advantages, usage examples, lineups and the like regarding screws with lower head height than ordinary screws, referred to as "low profile screws" or "low profile cap screws" (low head, slim head).
All you need to know about the roles and types of washers!
This page introduces washers. As well as a description of washers, the washer products handled by NBK are introduced.
Vol.4 What are washers used for?
Do you know the role washers play? Preventing scratches to the seating surface?
Preventing looseness? Maybe some of you are already long-time washer users?
Today,Nedzigon will explain the role of metal washers clearly.
Dimensions of Holes for Hexagon Socket Cap Screws
This page describes "Dimensions of Holes for Hexagon Socket Cap Screws".
Vol.2 Explaining the Vocabulary of Screws
Dealing with screws involves a lot of specialized terminology. When you're looking up every word you don't know in reference books or on the Internet, the time gets away from you before you know it... . Nedzigon is here to help you out with a few of the most common screw-related specialized terms.