Often paired with nuts and washers for optimal strength fastening, bolts suit a variety of applications. The three primary classes are machine, carriage, and stove. Carriage and stove designs feature coarse threading, while machine examples may boast either a fine threaded or course gauge.
Other fasteners that fall under the category include toggle, masonry, and expansion bolts. The right design for the right application means every project turns out secure and stable for the long haul.