Hex bolts come in a variety of materials. The use of a hex bolt has various advantages. First off, M3 hex bolts are a fairly affordable type of fastener due to its cheap and very simple production. The m3 hex bolt dimensions are said to be stable due to the large and six-sided head of these fasteners, and they can be used to secure metal to wood or wood to metal.
The m3 bolt's hex head also makes it simpler to release or tighten the fastener, which is another advantage. The m3 stainless steel hex bolts must be bolted or looseened using a specific set of spanners or wrenches due to its peculiar shape. Additionally, the m3 hex bolt head size must match the size of the spanner or wrench. Neither the use of a standard spanner or wrench, nor a tighter or wider wrench, will be able to carry out either procedure.
The m3 hex head bolts, which come in a variety of ASTM requirements, are frequently employed as either heavy-duty fasteners or for structural purposes. An m3 x 15mm hex bolt must be tightened using torque and the accompanying spanner or tool. In addition to their utilitarian use, m3 hex screws can be painted or given finishes to enhance their look, which will enhance the application's overall aesthetics.
Specification of M3 Hex Bolt
Cold Froging : M2-M24
Hot forging M24-M100, 1-1/2” Dia, up to 1100mm lg
Machining and CNC for Customized connecting element: up to M100 / 4” Dia, up to 1500mm lg
UNS 2200 (NICKEL 200) / UNS 2201 (NICKEL 201), UNS 4400 (MONEL 400), UNS 8825 (INCONEL 825), UNS 6600 (INCONEL 600) / UNS 6601 (INCONEL 601), UNS 6625 (INCONEL 625), UNS 10276 (HASTELLOY C 276), UNS 8020 (ALLOY 20 / 20 CB 3)
ASTM / ASME A/SA 193 / 194
B 8 (304), B 8C (SS 347), B 8M (SS 316), B 8 T (SS 321), A 2, A 4