Torx® Thread Forming Screws and Torx® Thread Rolling Screws, Torx Taptite Screws, Torx Plastite Screws and Torx PT Screws for plastics. Pan head and flat head; steel and stainless steel. Hard to find items our specialty. Shopping is easy and delivery is fast.
You can shop for a Torx® drive thread forming fastener by clicking on any of the pictures above or Search our database for a specific fastener or Browse our catalog index.
We carry a full line of Torx® drive pan head metric and non-metric trilobular thread rolling screws and Torx® drive flat head trilobular metric and non-metric thread rolling screws. If you should need other metric or non-metric screws, bolts or other industrial fasteners, please go to the catalog index on the browse page.
Torx Thread Forming Screws
Torx Thread Forming Screws are often misunderstood by many people. Some people think that a Self-Tapping Screw is a Thread Forming Screw, but we have limited the Thread Forming Screw on this web site to the THREAD ROLLING SCREW variety, where the threads are rolled onto the screw and there are no material chips left over like that of the Thread Cutting Screw.
Torx screws comes with a Torx recess sizes that are standard between INCH size screws and METRIC screws. Generally the smaller sizes are t6 and t5 Torx screws and larger sizes are t25 and t20 Torx screws.
Torx® Thread Forming Screws and High-Performance Thread Rolling Screws, roll-form a clean, strong thread, yet these screws do not cut metal, and therefore leave no metal chips. Excellent for use in electrical assemblies where metal chips would cause shorts, or in deep blind holes where metal chips in the hole would prevent proper seating. May also be used in thin sheet metal where thread cutting action would weaken the walls of punch-extruded holes.
High-Performance Thread Rolling Screws drive easier than other thread forming screws, and with uniform torque. You can drive them into tougher material, deeper holes, and faster, with less tool wear. They are self locking and vibration resistant along the entire length of the thread.
They are generally made of case hardened steel, zinc plated and waxed although there are some that are made of hardened 410 stainless steel. They come in pan head and flat head.
You can shop and buy these industrial fasteners online. You can go to the next page to search for Torx® drive Thread Rolling Screws by entering the body size and head style, i.e., pan or flat. If you just want more information about Torx® screws and the Torx® drive system you can click on the hot link above to go there.
These fasteners are normally sold in quantities of 10, 100, 1,000 (or multiples thereof) but discounts are given for full carton orders. You may find that a carton order has the same or more pieces in the carton than an order for 100 or 1,000 and yet has a lower price because we are a volume supplier and reward the customer for volume business.
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