|Woodscrews are a metal screw with a sharp point designed to attached two pieces of wood together.
Chipboard screws are self-tapping screws most commonly designed with a single thread that runs all the way from the base of the head to the tip. The thread of a chipboard screw is often deemed as ‘coarse’… chipboard screws come in two common types: smooth shank and full thread.
Available in the following materials: –
Standard diameter sizes between 3mm – 6mm