The solution to thread stripping problems!

Background

Thread stripping, sometimes referred to as thread shearing, is when the shear stress acting on the threads is such that the threads either shear completely so that the nut becomes detached, or partially, in which case the strength of the thread is severely impaired. The program will determine the force to shear both the nut (internal) thread and the bolt (external) thread. Thread stripping can be a problem in many designs where tapped holes are required in low tensile material.

Solve Bolting Problems

External thread stripping
This is when the bolt thread strips or shears
Internal thread stripping
This is when the nut or a tapped hole strips.

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