Dyna bolts into wood

1. someone already pointed out… set your block in the drill press, drill the hole, then use the drill press to start the tap.. helps IMMENSELY for keeping the tap straight. 2. Wooden threads tapped are usually better than ones made by CRUSHING the wood fibers to shape. If they are crushed by the insertion of a wood screw, they are on their way to being completely broken by being crushed to shape. 3. If you check out my Facebook page, you will see some piano benches I made.. the legs are attached using a 1/4 20 bolt and a threaded insert. The insert just fills in a hole… not the kind that is on the other side of a piece of wood. large coarse threads buried in oak wont pull out too soon. 4. I agree that if the threads were much coarser and deeper than the bolt you used.. they might last longer. Keep us posted about how the bolt/holes hold up. Thanks for the video.

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Lag screws are also only available with hex heads while more common wood and sheet metal screws are available in multiple head types. With the sole option of a hex head, installation of the screw will require a nut driver or ratchet. A right driver bit and a power drill can be used to finish the tightening of the lag screw. The hex head lag screw is designed that way since hex headed fasteners are made to hold up in applications where a lot of torque is necessary. Lag screws have sharp lead thread points and are available in Steel/Zinc, Stainless Steel, and Steel/Hot Dip Galvanized.

Dyna bolts into wood

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