A wooden nut and bolt is a type of fastener made entirely out of wood, typically used for light-duty applications such as fastening wooden components together.
The nut and bolt consist of two parts – the bolt and the nut. The bolt is a cylindrical rod with threads on one end that allow it to be screwed into a threaded hole or nut. The other end of the bolt typically has a head that can be turned with a tool, such as a screwdriver or wrench.
The nut is a small block of wood with a threaded hole in the center that matches the threads on the bolt. When the bolt is screwed into the nut, the threads on the bolt grip the threads on the nut, creating a secure fastening.
Wooden nuts and bolts can be used in a variety of woodworking projects, such as creating wooden toys, building furniture, or constructing small-scale models. They are also a popular choice for educational projects, as they can be used to teach mechanical concepts such as thread pitch, torque, and fastening principles.