Deep Thread Wood Screws
Deep thread wood screws feature a reduced diameter shank with a single lead thread. The deeper thread creates higher resistance to pull-out forces than standard wood screws, making them a popular fasteners for cabinet hardware.
Deep Thread (Type 17) Wood Screws
Deep thread type 17 point wood screws offer the same characteristics as standard deep thread wood screws, with the added benefit of the type 17 screw point. The type 17 point combines a coarse tapping screw thread with a special long sharp point fluted to capture chips.
Deep Thread (Type 17 w/ Nibs) Wood Screws
Like regular deep thread type 17 wood screws, these screws feature a screws point that combines a coarse tapping screw thread with a special long sharp point fluted to capture chips, but also includes under-head nibs for countersinking the screw to achieve a perfectly flush finish.
Cabinet Installation Screws
Cabinet installation screws feature the large bearing surface of a truss head head that helps to eliminate pull-through and allows the screw maximum torquing to ensure a proper fit against the wall. These screws can be custom painted to have the heads match cabinet colors.
Face Frame Screws
Face frame screws are pan head, fine thread wood screws with a type 17 auger point. Most commonly seen with a square drive, these screws are also available in several drive styles and platings/finishes.
Large Washer Head Screws
Large round washer head screws feature a built-in, immovable washer to create a much larger bearing surface and better resist pull-out problems. These screws usually have a phillips drive, but can be sourced with other drive styles if necessary.
Combo Truss Head Screws
Combo truss head screws are machine screws with a domed head that features a combination phillips and flat head drive for ease of use by the end user.
Euro screws are designed specifically for use in particleboard and plywood European-style 32mm cabinet components, with coarse deep threads that are perfectly sized for the 5mm holes that attach drawer slides and European hinges. Because these screws are always used in predrilled holes, the screws are blunt with parallel sides, making them very strong.
Dowel screws are headless fasteners with threading on both ends, so that the fasteners can stay concealed while joining two pieces of wood. While dowels are commonly used to attach legs to chairs and tables, they can be used anywhere two pieces of wood need to be attached with a concealed fastener, but pre-drilling of the hole is required.
Draw bolts, also known as countertop draw bolts or joint fasteners, join and hold both miter and butt joints without buckling to connect sections of countertop. The joints are secured by generating clamping force between two metal plates when the bolt is tightened.
Dowel pins are inserted into receiving holes to hold an assembly's parts together with friction, and can also be used as location pins.
Wood plugs are generally fitted into a hole that a fastener has already been drilled into, in order to create a clean look and flush finish.
Like wood plugs, wood buttons are fitted into holes to conceal a fastener that had already been drilled into the hole, creating a clean look where a flush finish is not required.
Shelf supports, sometimes referred to as shelf pins or shelf pegs, are L-shaped brackets with a pin extruding from one side, used to mount shelves inside o cabinetry.