Fasteners Are What Holds Everything Together

On the following pages you will find grandpa's wisdom on fasteners and what holds the world around you together.

We will show how to use nuts and bolts to connect metal to metal, wood to wood, wood to metal, metal to stone, concrete, plastic and almost any other material.

With the right bolts, nuts, and washers and sometimes epoxies you can do it to. Nuts and Bolts

Screws are used almost as much as nuts and bolts and come in almost as many different types and sizes.

Each of these have so many different uses that some will have several pages needed to show how fantastic they really are.

Man has been coming up with new ways to put things together back as far as tools and weapons were first used to improve the quality of life.

And many of the oldest ideas are still useful in the same way they were when they were first invented.

So many are improvements on the oldest ideas and based on simple tools.

The incline gives us the screw and bolt & nut as well as the standard screwdriver for use in assembly. The old flat nails made by a blacksmith helped build most of the houses before the nineteen twenty's were a simple incline plane.

Cable ties Wall Board screws Wood screws

Grandpas Ageless Wisdom
On Holding Things Together

  • Bolts and Nuts
  • Stainless Steel Bolts
  • Standard and Fine Threads
  • Allen screws and bolts
  • Lag screws
  • Rivets
  • Pop-Rivets
  • Wood screws
  • Sheet metal screws
  • Dry Wall Screws
  • Screw nails
  • finishing nails
  • common nails
  • Coated nails
  • Nail guns
  • Aluminum nails
  • Brass nails
  • Wooden dowel
  • Metal dowel
  • Hinges
  • Cable ties
  • Cotter pins


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