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Mechanical parts called Assembly Fittings are used to connect, fasten, or secure two or more parts or
components. They can be found in a wide variety of sizes, shapes, and materials to suit a variety of
applications and are a necessary component of numerous kinds of structures, vehicles, and machinery.

The following are some typical types of assembly fittings:
Fasteners: These are hardware parts that hold together two or more parts. Screws, bolts, nuts, washers,
and rivets are examples.
Clamps: These are tools for joining two or more parts together. Shaft collars, hose clamps, and pipe
clamps are just a few of their many variants.
Connectors: These are gadgets used to join at least two parts together. Flanges, adapters, and couplings
are all examples.
Hinges: These are mechanical parts that permit two sections to turn or pivot around a decent hub.
Latches: These are tools that, typically with a locking mechanism, secure two parts together..

Type D Flanged Timber Insert Nut
A specific kind of fastener called a Type D Flanged Timber Insert Nut is intended to be put into wood or
timber to produce a strong and long-lasting threaded connection. The nut has a flanged head that
increases the bearing surface and aids in distributing the load uniformly across the wood’s surface.

Because it has an internal thread, the Type D Flanged Timber Insert Nut can be screwed onto a bolt or a
threaded rod. When a strong, threaded connection in wood or timber is required, it is frequently used in
construction and woodworking.

Type D Flanged Timber Insert Nuts have the benefit of being simple to remove and reposition as
needed. This can be especially helpful when the positioning of the nut needs to be changed throughout
the building or assembly process.

Type E Timber Insert Nut
A type of fastener called a Type E Timber Insert Nut is made to be inserted into wood or timber to make
a threaded connection that is strong and secure. It is comparative in plan to different sorts of lumber

embed nuts, like the Sort D Flanged Wood Supplement Nut, yet has a few particular contrasts in its
shape and capability.
The Type E Timber Insert Nut is a nut that has a smooth, cylindrical exterior and a threaded interior.
Instead of having a head that is flanged, like the Type D nut, it has a shoulder that is designed to rest on
the wood’s surface. The shoulder prevents the nut from sinking too deeply into the wood and helps to
evenly distribute the load across the surface of the wood.
The fact that Type E Timber Insert Nuts are less likely than other types of timber insert nuts to cause
splitting or cracking in the wood is one advantage of using them. This is due to the fact that they lack a
flanged head that can put too much pressure on the wood.