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Set Screws

Set Screws

Hold parts in place with pressure by threading these screws into a through-hole until their tips press firmly against the part you want to fasten.

Cup Point

The most common point style, cup points have a recessed tip that forms a circular edge to press into soft or hard materials. This style works best for permanent and semi-permanent jobs since it may leave a groove in surfaces.

Plain Steel

Black Oxide Steel

Plain Alloy Steel

Black Oxide Alloy Steel

18-8 Stainless Steel

Black Oxide 18-8 Stainless Steel

Passivated 18-8 Stainless Steel

Knurled Cup Point

Combat loosening caused by vibration with knurled cup points. Their ridged edge grips the mating surface. This style works best for permanent and semi-permanent jobs since it may leave a groove in surfaces.

Plain Steel

Plain Alloy Steel

Square Head Cup Point

Turn the square head by hand or with a wrench to increase torque. The cup point works best for permanent and semi-permanent jobs since it may leave a groove in surfaces.

18-8 Stainless Steel

Plain Steel

Flat Point

The tip of these screws sits evenly upon flat objects and surfaces for a firm hold with minimal penetration. Flat-point set screws are good for use on thin-walled surfaces and ground flats.

Plain Steel

Black Oxide Steel

Plain Alloy Steel

Black Oxide Alloy Steel

18-8 Stainless Steel

Nylon

Oval Point

Oval tips fit into grooves and angles on surfaces. Their gently sloped tip holds with minimal surface penetration, so they're good for making frequent adjustments on delicate surfaces.

Plain Steel

Plain Alloy Steel

Cone Point

Create a permanent hold with cone point screws that penetrate component surfaces to lock in place. Cone points are commonly used as adjusting screws, pivot points, and hanger points.

Plain Alloy Steel

Plain Steel

Black Oxide Alloy Steel

Full Dog Point

Also called an extended point or pilot point, the dog point has a long cylindrical tip that fits into deep holes or grooves. These screws are sometimes used in place of dowel pins.

Plain Steel

Plain Alloy Steel

Black Oxide Alloy Steel

Half Dog Point

The short cylindrical tips of dog points fit into shallow holes and channels. They're often used in permanent installations and for locating holes and grooves.

Plain Alloy Steel

Assortments

No matter the job, you know you'll have the right size set screw on hand with these assortments.