Threaded bars and studs are fundamental components in construction and manufacturing, known for their versatility and strength. A threaded bar, often called a threaded rod, is a long bar that has threading along its entire length, resembling a long bolt without a head. These bars can be cut to desired lengths and are used in a variety of applications, such as in tensioning systems, anchoring structures, or as alignment pins. They are available in various diameters, lengths, and materials, including steel, stainless steel, and brass, to suit different environmental conditions and load requirements. On the other hand, studs are relatively shorter pieces of rod that are threaded on both ends; the unthreaded portion is known as the shank. Studs are commonly used for fastening two materials or components together, often seen in automotive, construction, and manufacturing industries. They are integral in applications where a bolt would not be practical due to space constraints or where the need for periodic disassembly is anticipated, allowing for ease of maintenance and repair.