Long rod fasteners with threads either running the entire length of them or just on predetermined lengths at each end are called threaded rods, also referred to as studs. In order to best fit their application, threaded rods are most frequently made of metals like steel or stainless steel, although they can also be created in brass and even nylon. Their primary function is to join pieces of wood or metal together, but they can also be permanently or temporarily inserted into concrete to stabilise buildings. Additionally, because of their threading, bolts or nuts can be quickly fastened to them as needed.
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