Titanium bolts, titanium screws and titanium studs are used extensively in the manufacturing industry. Although similar in appearance, however, each item has its own unique purpose and characteristics. To learn more about the nuances between bolts, screws and studs — and which one is right for your application — keep reading.
A much shorter titanium rod or shaft with threads on both sides is called a titanium stud. Usually the rod is longer, but depending upon the requirement the size can be changed. Given righ is an image of a stud.As we can clearly see a rod with threads on both sides.
The rod with threads and a head is a bolt, and alongside it is a nut.
An externally threaded fastener capable of being inserted into the holes inside assembled parts (now comes the difference) of mating with a pre-formed internal thread or forming it's own thread is called a titanuim screw. It has an ability of being tightenedand released by torquing the head.As we can see a screw has the space on it's head to suppy torque.