We are stocking an elaborate range of fasteners and screws used in manufacture of furniture and wood working.
Range : Joint Connector Bolts, JCB Screws, CM Screws, Chipboard Screws, Barrel Nuts, Hanger Bolts, Connecting Screws, Minifix, Wood Dowels, D-Nuts, T-Nuts etc.
Joint Connector Bolts (JCB Screws)
Steel connector bolts are regularly used in furniture making including the production of cabinets, chairs, tables, beds; in fact just about any type of furniture. Designed to be used with other furniture fasteners such as cross dowels, insert nuts or their matching Furniture Connector Caps, which we also supply. The “Hex Socket” drive requires a standard allen key to install. This is particularly useful when supplying flat pack products to the customer for self-assembly, or where it may be necessary for the customer to undo fastenings easily, perhaps for maintenance or easy moving of large items. These flat head furniture connector bolts have an aesthetically appealing appearance, perfect for when the fastenings will be easily visible on the finished product. In these situations the bolts will be an integral part of the look of the product so it is important to use bolts that provide an aesthetic finish.
The JCB type of fasteners is mostly commonly used in the furniture industry, it has compatible nut which resembles a barrel shaped flange with a protruding boss that is internally threaded.
The boss (connector nut) sits within the two joining pieces. Furniture Connector Bolts can provide a pleasing appearance on the surface with a allen key drive.
- Item Code: A3A16
The JCB type of fasteners is mostly commonly used in the furniture industry, it has compatible nut which resembles a barrel shaped flange with a protruding boss that is internally threaded. The boss (connector nut) sits within the two joining pieces.
Joint Connector Nuts JCN
Normally used in conjunction with a Joint Connector Bolt to secure two or more pieces of wood.
MINIFIX CAM AND DOWEL
A cam and dowel are a form of a connector that allows you to join separate pieces of wood. The device uses a round cam that sits in a fitting hole. A small dowel slides inside the cam from a perpendicular hole and the dowel is tightened via the cam to grab onto the second piece of wood.