internal thread

internal thread
The thread on the inside of a nut or similar into which the external thread of a bolt or screw fits. Also called "female thread"

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • internal thread — noun : a screw thread on an inner or concave surface (as of a nut that fits on a bolt) * * * internal thread, = internal screw. (Cf. ↑internal screw) …   Useful english dictionary

  • thread — [1] The spiral grooves on a screw, bolt, or nut. See left hand thread right hand thread. [2] helical groove in a cylindrical hole, nut, etc., formed a tap or lathe tool (female or internal thread). See B thread buttressed thread class A thread… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • internal screw — internal screw, a hollow cylindrical part with an interior spiral thread to receive the thread of the external screw; female screw …   Useful english dictionary

  • external thread — Thread consisting of projecting ridges on the outside of a part such as a bolt or screw (which fits into the corresponding internal thread of a nut). Also called male thread …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • thread file — A tool for restoring internal or external threads by filing …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • B thread — See internal thread class B thread …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • class B thread — A British term for internal thread …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • female thread — The internal thread on fittings, valves, machine bodies, etc. like that within a nut. Male threads are found on bolts and screws …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • nut thread — The internal thread of a nut …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Screw thread — Internal and external threads illustrated using a common nut and bolt. The screw and nut pair can be used to convert torque into linear force. As the screw (or bolt) is rotated, the screw moves along its axis through the fixed nut, or the non… …   Wikipedia

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