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Threaded Rod Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of threaded rod manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source threaded rod manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate threaded rod companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture threaded rods for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading threaded rod manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for machine threaded rods, large diameter threaded rods, or metric threaded rods.

  • Reed City, MI

    H & R, Inc. is a leading thread rolling shop that has supplied high quality products since 1976. H & R’s state-of-the-art equipment includes a wide range of top brands, offering capabilities for tight tolerance and lower volume applications, as well as secondary operations, light assembly and sub-contracted plating, anodizing, heat treating and more. Call H & R today!

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  • Brentwood, NY

    If you are looking for threaded rod parts, you’ve come to the right place! At Thuro, we have over 50 years of experience in manufacturing custom machined precision components. Since our founding, we have satisfied customers across industries such as defense, aerospace, and automotive. Our mission is to deliver the highest quality parts at the lowest cost. You can learn more by contacting us today!

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  • Glendale Heights, IL

    Are you in need of high quality screw machine products? Look no further than Avanti! We manufacture screw machine parts of the highest quality and implement state-of-the-art CAD/CAM technology in their fabrication. For over 40 years, Avanti has valued flexibility, versatility, and affordability in everything we do. Our team of expert staff members are available to answer any further inquiries. Visit our website today!

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  • Calabasas, CA

    Pacific West America, Inc. offers a wide variety of products and services including precision turning. We use Swiss CNC Turning for our more intricate parts. We use a variety of materials such as, aluminum, steel, brass, among others. Here at PacificWest we believe in high quality products! We believe producing what our customers need and want for their project, so please stop at our site today and send us your plans.

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  • Laval, QC

    Micron first started in 1974 by Claudio Vignotto. We started as a small family business that served the Montreal area, and now we serve customers all over the globe. Some of our services include: CNC turned parts and screw machining. We manufacture, nuts, pins, bolts, bushings, and spacers, just to name a few. Here at Micron we use stainless steel, aluminum, carbon steel, titanium, and teflon, and more.

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  • Columbus, NE

    We carry many parts and products for our customers, including threaded rod parts, brackets, fasteners, braces, and a whole lot more. We offer parts manufactured from both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Our ISO 9001:2008 certification shows each customer our commitment to quality and customer service. You can visit our website for details or give us a call to learn more!

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  • Berea, OH

    Standby Screw Machine Products Co. offers high to low volume turning. We offer multiple spindle turning, CNC turning, transfer machines, and Swiss type turning. Secondaries include, broaching milling, spline rolling, thread rolling, hobbing, center and centerless grinding. Standby offers a diverse array of machinery to provide multiple solutions to your manufacturing challenges.

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Threaded Rod

Threaded rod is a fastening rod that has threading along its length. The length and diameter of the rod varies; it is usually sold in increments of three feet and is usually less than two inches across. Threaded rod is frequently metallic; steel, stainless steel and titanium rods are commonly available as well as aluminum, brass, bronze and copper. Non-metallic threaded rods are made of plastic, nylon, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or synthetic rubber.

In addition to length, diameter and material, thread direction is another important specification to consider when considering threaded rod. Right hand threads are tightened to a fastener with clockwise rotation; left hand threads, though less common, tighten with counterclockwise rotation and are beneficial for situations where vibration would loosen right handed threads. Some rods have right hand threading at one end and left hand threading at the other. Acme threading has a square flat surface on the threading peak; coarse and fine threads are available also. There are many uses for threaded rod across many categories of applications. They can be used with most standard fasteners and provide quick and easy disassembly or reassembly, so they are used to secure parts together and make repairs in the manufacturing, automotive and construction industries. They also serve in electrical, plumbing and hobby purposes. Because they are strong and can be cut and bent with simple tools, threaded rods find a wide assortment of uses.


Threaded rods are typically fabricated through thread rolling, a process in which a die is pressed onto a rotating blank or workpiece. The force behind the die is gradually increased, which causes the die to effectively sink into the material and transfer its shape. Because the workpiece is worked while cold, this process produces threaded parts with greater strengths, hardness and wear resistance. A thread rolled part has a larger diameter than the rod from which it was made, and this process wastes less material, sometimes saving up to 20% in material costs. Milling machines produce threaded rods larger than 1.5 inches and use a rotating blank to cut a thread into the workpiece. Other threaded parts such as screws are fabricated through screw machining, a process similar to milling, which removes selected material through use of an automated system to minimize human errors and produce precise parts. Threaded rods are helpful for many reasons but also must be recognized as a simple part. For example, a threaded rod cannot be substituted for a headed bolt when used as a high strength fastener because the rod has less strength and therefore may pose a danger. Grades of threaded rods help identify the best rod for an application.

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Threaded Rods Manufacturers – H & R Screw Machine Products, Inc.
Threaded Rods Manufacturers – H & R Screw Machine Products, Inc.
Threaded Rods Manufacturers – H & R Screw Machine Products, Inc.