Stainless steel cone point socket set screws are used on materials (e.g: handles, fittings etc..) suitable for being penetrated by the point in order to achieve a stable assembly. Cone points are necessary for good-quality assemblies.
Cone point socket set screws. DIN 914: reduced socket depth.
The DIN 914 standard, states that for lengths shorter or equivalent to the diameter, the socket depth is reduced proportionally. The point conicity will be 120° according to the following table, just for some sizes. (see fig.1).
Cone point socket set screws. ISO 4027: standard socket depth.
According to ISO 4027, some sizes up to diameter n° 5, keep their point at 120° even though their lengths are higher (1mm) than the diameter.
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Nowadays, manufacturers produce cone point socket set screws, according to both DIN and ISO rules.
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