We are manufactures of all types of inserts. inserts are typically used when the object in which a threaded fastener is being installed is made of a soft material. For hard materials, a screw or bolt can be often driven into the object without the need for a threaded insert. A simple solution is to use a threaded insert.

Externally threaded inserts have threads on the outside and inside of the insert. The insert is threaded into a pre-tapped hole, or some inserts tap their own threads in a drilled or molded hole. It is then anchored by various means, such as a nylon locking element.

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Dowel Pins

Dowel pins are manufactured on pneumatic dowel equipment and come in pre-cut lengths and diameters. They are cylindrical with slightly beveled ends. Used in many applications and industries such as aerospace, joint reinforcement, shelf support, furniture building, and hobbyists use them to build toys and models.

Helicoil Threaded Inserts

Helicoil inserts are precision formed screw thread coils worked into a diamond shape and wound into a spiral coil which is installed into helicoil tapped holes. They provide permanent conventional 60-degree internal screw threads. Helicoil inserts are larger in diameter prior to installation, during installation the inserting tool applies torque to the tang reducing the diameter of the leading coil permitting it to enter the tapped thread. Helicoil inserts are measured in installed length.

E-Z Lok Threaded Inserts

Unlike helicoil inserts which require a special drill, E-Z Lok threaded inserts for metal are installed using standard tools. Drill the appropriately sized hole with a standard drill, tap the hole with the matching size tap and turn the insert to install. Stainless Steel Threaded Inserts are used for metal applications, and Brass Threaded Inserts are used for wood and soft material applications.


Keystock is a solid rectangular shaped solid barstock. It is often formed or machined into a machine key, Keystock usually serves as a wedge or locking device in shaft keyways once it has been formed into the proper shape.

Threaded Rod

A threaded rod is threaded with no head, available in many grades and materials. Often referred to as redi-rod, fully threaded rod and ATR, threaded rod is used for fastening anything from an anchor bolt, to suspending electrical or plumbing equipment from a ceiling. Often used in drop ceiling application.

Unthreaded Rod

Unthreaded rod, also called round rod, is used in framework, shafts, braces, supports and axles.

A  insert, also known as a threaded bushing, is a fastener element that is inserted into an object to add a threaded hole.They may be used to repair a stripped threaded hole, provide a durable threaded hole in a soft material, place a thread on a material too thin to accept it, mold or cast threads into a work piece thereby eliminating a machining operation, or simplify changeover from unified to metric threads or vice versa