[ set-skroo ]
/ ˈsɛtˌskru /
a screw passing through a threaded hole in a part to tighten the contact of that part with another, as of a collar with the shaft on which it fits.
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Example sentences from the Web for setscrew
The blank wheel should be keyed on the shaft or securely fastened with a setscrew.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2|Various
British Dictionary definitions for setscrew
/ (ˈsɛtˌskruː) /
a screw that fits into the boss or hub of a wheel, coupling, cam, etc, and prevents motion of the part relative to the shaft on which it is mounted
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