Draper 79198 5-Piece Metric Hexagon Die Nut Set

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Draper 79198 5-Piece Metric Hexagon Die Nut Set

Draper 79198 5-Piece Metric Hexagon Die Nut Set

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A high-quality, reliable threading tool is essential for workshops and industrial businesses that require threads measured to an exact metric thread size, which will give the pitch of the thread in millimetres (mm). At RS, we have thread dies made from both standard steel and high-speed steel (HSS) available, meaning there is a choice of material to best suit your requirements. Our available products cover a range of metric sizes and pitches. What is a thread die and what are they used for? Threading tools such as taps and dies come in a variety of different formats, and each will have its own particular strengths in specific scenarios. The most familiar and widely available types of threading tools on today's market are taps and dies. These are commonly used to create or sharpen screw threading on a range of components including bolts, rods and tubing. What are the different types of Threading Tools? Hexagon die nuts are generally the fitting to use when repairing a damaged male thread. Unlike split dies, they are not adjustable. If you need to cut or repair a thread and you have never done it before, it is important to understand the difference between these two types of dies. HEXAGON DIE NUTS After the first cut, the screw is released slightly to close the die, allowing a deeper thread to be cut.

Rethreading screwdrivers are a handy solution for use on switch boxes, conduit boxes, fittings and faceplates. Their convenient, ergonomic design usually combines a precision steel tap with a comfortable soft-grip handle, making them easy to use for cleaning and rescuing stripped threads on all manner of electrical boxes. A split die is generally used to cut a new male thread onto a piece of bar, such as you would find on a bolt. Die nuts and die nut sets are used for cleaning up damaged threads on bolts. They're generally made from carbon steel or HSS steel, and are commonly found in industrial, electrical and automotive workshops.

What are the different types of Threading Tools?

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