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Before jumping to the mainstream, I want to tell you some basics about these fasteners. So, Here we go…
What is Stud?
A metal cylindrical shaft externally circularly threaded from both sides having double taper without a head, Known as Stud.
These studs are used to join two or more pipe flanges or can be used as per need in any workshop or mechanical workplace or on construction sites.
Here are some of the Pictures of a stud-
What is Bolt?
A metal cylindrical shaft externally circularly threaded from single sides having a single taper with a head, Known as a Bolt.
These bolts are used for two or more components which don’t have threaded holes and are also used to join beams, flanges and plates to each other.
I think, Now is the correct time to jump into the mainstream.
So, what’s the delay?
Let’s get into it…
Difference between Stud and Bolt-
Here are some major differences between these two fastening tools-
|A stud is a fastener to join two or more components to each other.
|A bolt is also a fastener to join two or more components to each other.
|Studs can be tightened from both side
|While bolts can be tightened from one side
|Studs have two taper faces
|While bolts have single taper face
|It comes without head
|Bolt comes with head
|The stud has an external threaded design
|While bolt also comes with an external threaded design
|Studs can be fully or centre-threaded.
|Bolts can be fully or partially threaded.
|Studs can be larger in size.
|Bolts can be larger or smaller in size or vary as per the requirement.
|Studs don’t have any locking mechanism
|While bolt also comes without any kind of locking mechanism
|Studs can be made up of stainless steel or carbon steel.
|While bolts can be made up of bronze, zinc and stainless steel.
|Studs are an expensive fastening tool.
|While bolts are also an expensive fastening tool
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Abhishek Tiwary is a blogger by passion and a Quality Engineer by profession. He completed his B.Tech degree in the year 2017. Now working in a reputed firm. He loves to share his knowledge with others.