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Insert Nuts Type D M6 x 13mm 50 Pack (59937)

For providing a strong, rigid finish when fixing panels and frames. Cross dowel bolt available separately.

  • Type D for a Flush Fitting

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Insert Nuts Type D M6 x 13mm 50 Pack is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 31.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from good, solid. good product, they do what they are supposed to. Just don't screw them in or the head falls off.
Date published: 2017-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect for garden seat slats I needed to replace the hardwood slats in 3 metal framed chairs, so needed 72 of these. The slats were 17mm english oak and experimentation showed I needed a 9mm hole. I used a 6mm socket and ratchet to screw them in. The thread is angled to screw, not hammer. Using a rachet was easier to apply the driving force rather than use a hex key. The 6mm hex is sloppy but a 1/4" is too big. With a smaller pilot hole (8.5mm) the effort was more and rounded the hex head (but oak is a hard wood!). in softer wood the inserts could end up flush, in oak they stayed very slightly proud, but not an issue for my needs. When the M6 bolts were fitted with a torqued driver all of the inserts stayed tight and didn't pull out. Recommended.
Date published: 2017-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Insert Nuts Type D M6 x 13mm I tried these a year ago and now I use them all the time when I do prototype pieces. You can also cut a small slot in the top as well. All types of uses in wood, fibreglass and with care metal. Highly recommended. Best use is a self built router table. useful in gypsum walls
Date published: 2017-06-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Rubbish Decided to buy these over another brand I use mainly because I was buying a few other bits from screwfix.. I used an 8mm drill bit to drill the hole for the nut as always done with other nuts and as I was tightening it up they split it happened 3 times leaving me struggling to get the nut out.. poor quality in my opinion and I'll be going back to get the other branded nuts that should of done in the first place lesson learned! Quality over quantity
Date published: 2017-05-25
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Is this x 4, any good for attaching a heavy table top to a post type base.

Asked by: Sargeflames
Hello, Unfortunately we are unable to give specific usage or installation advice such as this. Thank you for using Q&A.
Answered by: WillFarrell
Date published: 2017-08-10

What type of metal are these?

Asked by: SusieGuitar
Hello SusieGuitar, these are mild steel with zinc passivated coating thank you for using Q and A.
Answered by: jboon
Date published: 2017-07-12

Would these work to repair stripped out chipboard

In assembling a wardrobe the fastening between hardboard back and chipboard side panel stripped the chipboard hole when the hardboard flexed. Would these work to create a new hole in the chipboard to take a bolt or screw?
Asked by: NotverygoodatDIY
Hello, We wouldn't be able to recommend a specific purpose for this other than what the manufacturer has stated: "For providing a strong, rigid finish when fixing panels and frames." Sorry we cannot be more specific as we do not know the intricacies of your task. Hope this helps.
Answered by: WillFarrell
Date published: 2016-06-21

What size pilot hole should be drilled with this product for wood?

Asked by: Francesca
Hello Francesca. Pilot drilled to 7.5mm and use a hex socket to screw it in. would advise use a scarp piece of wood first to make sure all fits. Thank you for using Q&A, [BH].
Answered by: yeldarb
Date published: 2017-08-11

I wish to fix an upright leg to a base for a bird table. the fixing will pass through the base and into the leg. I intend to use a Type D M6 insert nut. Is this a suitable way to do this.

Asked by: Grittyman
Hi Grittyman, Yes this will work, there are also many Wiki's online showing how to best use these products as well to make sure that you get the best result. Thank you for using Q and A.
Answered by: mailliw
Date published: 2017-04-28
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Specification
Bolt Size M6
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 50
Pieces in Pack/Case 50
Product Diameter M6 mm
Product Length 13 mm
Product Type Insert Nuts Type D