Sheet Metal Screws are widely used, have many different head and drive types, but usually have a sharp point and a coarse thread pattern that can easily cut and form a thread in pre-drilled sheet metal, but not in heavier metal.

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SupplierLocTypeMaterialFinishSizeDescriptionQty
HewesNYSelf-Tapping Sheet Metal Screw (types a,b,ab)300 Stainless (A1,A2, 18-8,304,310 etc.)Plain#2-56 x .2/s rev a214
KomarILSelf-Tapping Sheet Metal Screw (types a,b,ab)SteelZinc/Clear#2-56 x 1/4phillips pan t/s type t/r/s500
SJS ProdCASelf-Tapping Sheet Metal Screw (types a,b,ab)SteelZinc/Clear#2-56 x 1/42-56 x 1/4 f/h phil type-ab st zp rohs2,000
KomarMOSelf-Tapping Sheet Metal Screw (types a,b,ab)SteelZinc/Clear#2-56 x 3/8phillips pan t/s type t/r/s22,690
KomarMOSelf-Tapping Sheet Metal Screw (types a,b,ab)SteelZinc/Clear#2-56 x 3/8phil pan t/s type t/r/s22690

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