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Building “Boxes” with Melamine or MDF Has Never Been this Easy!
If you assemble melamine cabinets or work with particle board or Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF), these unique cabinet screws have been specially designed to make your life easier. The large 7mm dia. shoulder beneath the head acts much like a steel dowel pin and locks the shank in position to minimize the possibility of board failure. This creates a remarkably strong and stiff joint that generally does not require glue. Screws require a pilot hole through both pieces of material. Simply clamp the pieces together and drill with a specialized 3-step 10mm/7mm/5mm drill bit. These 7x50 cabinet screws are for use with 3/4" materials. If you are using 1/2" thick material, consider using the 5 x 40mm screws
confirmat style cabinet connecting screws.
Note: these screws use the typical European #3 Pozi-drive recess.7 x 50 mm (approximately 2” long) is recommended for 3/4" stock. We offer specially designed screw caps to fit a hole in the drive recess and introductory kit for both 7x50 and 5x40 sizes. Caps and Intro kits sold separately.
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from Saint Joseph, MO
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
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Comments about 7mm x 50mm Cabinet Connecting Screws, Clear Zinc Plated, Pozi Drive:
Building Melamine cabinets, they were easy to use and help to get the cabinets put together easyly.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Holds MDF and Particle Board Well
from Williamsburg, VA
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
I used this product on joining MDF and particle board in jigs/fixtures
Ultimate Holding with issues
from Indianapolis, IN
Great holding power for MDF and Plywood casework. The documentation says this screw has a pozi-drive recess. This screw takes a considerable amount of torque to install. The recess actually looks like a combination square-drive/pozi-drive. Using a properly sized pozi-drive bit, the driver tends to cam-out of the recess unless quite a bit of force is applied as it's being installed. I've been able to fit square drivers into the recess but the fit doesn't look like it would take the torque necessary to drive this screw. If someone makes a special bit - (combination square end & pozi-driv), this may be the answer but I haven't been able to find one.
By Jack of all trades
from Bayonne, NJ
Very strong but joint. These screws make using mdf a pleasure.
About Me Professional
I just purchased my second box of 1000 easy to use with the posidrive head used mostly for mdf cabinet construction but works equally as well on plywood very strong