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Pan Head Machine Screws (Phillips Drive)

The Pan Head has a flat bearing surface, a flat or gently rounded top, and cylindrical sides.  Imagine the profile of an upside down frying pan and you have the Pan Head.  The Phillips Drive is a positive, 4-lobe drive style providing a self-centering recess by which to engage the screw in its application.  It debuted in the 1930’s, when Henry Ford first introduced them onto his production line, solidifying their place as an American manufacturing staple. 

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