The Fasteners ClipArt gallery offers 33 illustrations of nuts and bolts, nails, hooks, clamps, hinges, rivets, and staples.

A strong pin, or contrivance, used to fasten or hold something in place.

Bolt

A strong pin, or contrivance, used to fasten or hold something in place.

This carriage bolt has a rounded head and a slotted drive.

Carriage Bolt

This carriage bolt has a rounded head and a slotted drive.

A carriage bolt with a truss head and a wing nut.

Truss Carriage Bolt and Wing Nut

A carriage bolt with a truss head and a wing nut.

A hex bolt used in carpentry is identified by its hexagonal head and (shown here) fully threaded.

Hex Bolt

A hex bolt used in carpentry is identified by its hexagonal head and (shown here) fully threaded.

The hex head bolt and nut illustrated and head, diameter, pitch, and lenght identified.

Hex Head Bolt

The hex head bolt and nut illustrated and head, diameter, pitch, and lenght identified.

An iron pin with a barbed shank. chiefly used where a common bolt cannot be clinched.

Rag Bolt

An iron pin with a barbed shank. chiefly used where a common bolt cannot be clinched.

An iron pin with a barbed shank. chiefly used where a common bolt cannot be clinched.

Rag Bolt

An iron pin with a barbed shank. chiefly used where a common bolt cannot be clinched.

"Wire-rope clamp, an iron clamp, held together by bolts and nuts, used to hold the end of a wire rope to form a loop or ring. It is used to secure ends of derrick guy-ropes and wire standing rigging." -Whitney, 1911

Wire Rope Clamp

"Wire-rope clamp, an iron clamp, held together by bolts and nuts, used to hold the end of a wire rope…

A fastener or holder, particularly one that clasps; To take hold of; to grasp; to grab tightly.

Fastening Clasp

A fastener or holder, particularly one that clasps; To take hold of; to grasp; to grab tightly.

A fastener is a hardware device that mechanically joins or affixes two or more objects together. Fasteners can also be used to close a container such as a bag, a box, or an envelope; or they may involve keeping together the sides of an opening of flexible material, attaching a lid to a container, etc.

Fastening Device

A fastener is a hardware device that mechanically joins or affixes two or more objects together. Fasteners…

Some hard material, bent into a curve for catching, holding, and sustaining any thing.

Hook

Some hard material, bent into a curve for catching, holding, and sustaining any thing.

A lifting hook is a device used for grabbing and lifting loads by means of a device such as a hoist or crane. Lifting hooks are usually equipped with a safety latch to prevent the disengagement of the lifting wire rope sling, chain or rope to which the load is attached. Hooks may have one or more built in pulleys to amplify the lifting force.

Safety Purpose Lifting Hook

A lifting hook is a device used for grabbing and lifting loads by means of a device such as a hoist…

A small piece of iron or wood used to fasten a door.

Latch

A small piece of iron or wood used to fasten a door.

This is a lock for gate intended use; a device for opening and closing entrance to or from a passageway.

Gate Lock

This is a lock for gate intended use; a device for opening and closing entrance to or from a passageway.

A locking nut, is also known as a lock nut which is a nut that resists loosening under vibrations and torque.

Locking Nut

A locking nut, is also known as a lock nut which is a nut that resists loosening under vibrations and…

A kind of metal pin to fasten boards and timbers together, and for other purposes.

Nail

A kind of metal pin to fasten boards and timbers together, and for other purposes.

A small block for holding a bolt.

Nut

A small block for holding a bolt.

A locknut, also known as a lock nut, locking nut, prevailing torque nut, stiff nut or elastic stop nut, is a nut that resists loosening under vibrations and torque.

Nut Lock

A locknut, also known as a lock nut, locking nut, prevailing torque nut, stiff nut or elastic stop nut,…

A wooden nail or pen.

Peg

A wooden nail or pen.

A small pointed piece of wire with a head, much used for fastening clothes, etc.

Pin

A small pointed piece of wire with a head, much used for fastening clothes, etc.

A mechanical fastener.

Rivet

A mechanical fastener.

A rod joint for boring

Rod Joint

A rod joint for boring

A screw made of iron, and furnished with a sharp thread, for insertion in wood.

Screw

A screw made of iron, and furnished with a sharp thread, for insertion in wood.

Compound screws commonly used as clamps.

Compound Screw

Compound screws commonly used as clamps.

A hardened thread, that forms its own internal thread when driven into a relatively soft material (such as sheet metal)

Self Tapping Screw

A hardened thread, that forms its own internal thread when driven into a relatively soft material (such…

A wood screw with a flat head and slotted drive. Wood screws are unthreaded below the head and designed for attaching two pieces of wood.

Wood Screw

A wood screw with a flat head and slotted drive. Wood screws are unthreaded below the head and designed…

A wood screw with a flat head and slotted drive. Wood screws are unthreaded below the head and designed for attaching two pieces of wood.

Wood Screw

A wood screw with a flat head and slotted drive. Wood screws are unthreaded below the head and designed…

A wood screw with a flat head and slotted drive. Wood screws are unthreaded below the head and designed for attaching two pieces of wood.

Wood Screw

A wood screw with a flat head and slotted drive. Wood screws are unthreaded below the head and designed…

Round head and flat head screws compared.

Wood Screws

Round head and flat head screws compared.

A type of two-pronged fastener, usually metal, used for joining or binding materials together. Large staples might be used with a hammer or staple gun for fencing, masonry, roofing and corrugated boxes.

General Purpose Staple

A type of two-pronged fastener, usually metal, used for joining or binding materials together. Large…

An illustration of three tacks.

Tacks

An illustration of three tacks.

A screw made of iron, and furnished with a sharp thread, for insertion in wood.

Wood Screw

A screw made of iron, and furnished with a sharp thread, for insertion in wood.

Flat head screw countersunk (set flush) into wood.

Wood Screw Countersunk

Flat head screw countersunk (set flush) into wood.