#0 x 3/8 Round Head Wood Screws Partially Threaded Quantity 100 Solid Brass Slotted Drive
#0 x 3/8' Round Head Wood Screws, Solid Brass, Slotted Drive, Partially Threaded, Quantity 100, Wood Screws - Canada. #0 x 3/8" Round Head Wood Screws, Solid Brass, Slotted Drive, Partially Threaded, Quantity 100 in Wood Screws.. Wood screws have deep coarse threads and are specifically designed for use in wood projects. The shank of the wood screw allows the screw to spin freely inside of the outermost piece of wood and draw the inner piece tight against it by having the threaded end grip the wood and pull. . Round heads feature a round top very similar to half of a sphere with a flat load bearing surface on the underside that will hold materials being fastened firmly together. . The slot screw drive has a single slot in the fastener head and is driven by a flat-bladed screwdriver or common blade object. This drive is the best choice for the future maintenance of a project that could be potentially covered with paint or other coatings giving an easy option to clear the slot to unfasten . Fastenere brass fasteners are cleaned and applied with a sealer that brings out the bright yellow brass finish and helps to maintain it. . Made of Grade 360 Brass, known for its strength and resistance to corrosion with properties closely resembling that of steel and offering the highest machinability of all copper alloys. . Brass Slotted Round are made of solid brass, are corrosion resistant. and aesthetically pleasing. These fasteners are the choice for antiques, dollhouses, miniatures, boats, jewelry boxes, and all other projects requiring an antique appeal. These fasteners offer Rolled Threads with a single edge. Single lead threads are preferred where the nominal length of the screw is shorter than 4 times the basic screw diameter..Detailed Techincal Information.Screw Size: #0 (0.060").Length: 3/8".Head Style: Round.Head Diameter: 0.115".Head Height: 0.050".Drive Style: Slotted.Closest Fractional Equivalents.Head Diameter: 7/64".Head Height: 3/64". . . .