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Cut threading is a process by which steel is cut away, or physically removed, from a round bar of steel to form the threads. A 1″ diameter bolt, for example, is produced by cutting threads into a full 1″ diameter body of the bolt. Cut threading is advantageous for short runs, large diameter bolts, and some special materials. Cut threading has a shorter set-up but longer threading time per bolt.
This technique may also be used to chase threads to turn a partially threaded fastener into a fully threaded fastener.
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