What's the point of this screw?


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Dec10-12, 11:25 PM
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Alright, the explanations seems reasonable enough :) I am a bit confused as how to pick a screw who does not connect 2 surfaces together only 1 with the formulas I'm working with but I'll leave that question to my teacher :) I appreciate your time in getting through to my thick skull!
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The hole could very well be a clearance hole. The end of the screw might connect to another part not pictured.
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Dec25-12, 08:37 PM
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The drawing is not exactly per typical industrial standards,, in my opinion since the side front view is bass acwards.
Backwards by U.S. standards. But a Russian I used to work with said this is the standard way they do drawings over there. Perhaps it's the same in the OP's home country.
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The hole could very well be a clearance hole. The end of the screw might connect to another part not pictured.
That was my first thoughts too.


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