A mechanical fastener having a threaded hole is called a nut. In order to produce a clamping force and prevent axial movement, it is fastened to a bolt, screw, or stud. For instance, a nut is tightened onto a bolt that has been put through two sections having aligned holes. While the head of the bolt and the nut together prohibit axial movement, the shaft of the bolt prevents radial movement of the pieces.
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