Threaded inserts are fasteners that are used to add threads to a material that would otherwise be unable to accept a thread. They are commonly used to reinforce or repair threads or create a secure fastening point in a material that is too thin to support a tapped hole. Threaded inserts come in various forms, including cylindrical, helical, or pronged shapes, and are made from materials such as metal, plastic, or wood.

Threaded Inserts
Machining Materials
MetalsBrassPrecision Steel
Mild SteelStainless Steel
IndustriesMetal CastingAutomobile
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Molded Brass Insert
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