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Studs are externally threaded fasteners that are used to join two or more components together, usually with nuts. They are different from screws and bolts, which have heads that require tightening. Studs come in various types, sizes, and materials, depending on the application and the design requirements.
The benefits of using studs are:
- They provide more accurate alignment and positioning of the parts than screws or bolts, since they do not need to rotate during tightening.
- They allow for easier assembly and disassembly of the parts, since they do not need to be removed from the holes.
- They reduce the risk of cross-threading or stripping the threads, since they do not need to be screwed into the holes.
- They distribute the clamping force more evenly across the joint, since they have threads on both sides of the parts.
- They accommodate thermal expansion and contraction better than screws or bolts, since they have more flexibility and elasticity in the shank.

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