Unofficial File parts/u9389.dat
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File Header:
0 ~Pin 36 x  5 Unslotted
0 Name: u9389.dat
0 Author: Gerald Lasser [GeraldLasser]
0 !LDRAW_ORG Unofficial_Part
0 !LICENSE Redistributable under CCAL version 2.0 : see CAreadme.txt

0 BFC CERTIFY CCW

0 !CATEGORY Screw

0 !KEYWORDS Train Buffer Beam Assembly

0 // Nomenclature: Bolt/Screw length_(LDu) x thread_diameter_(LDu) {head type} {slot type}

Status:
Certified! (ACCN)
Size: 500 bytes
Reviewers' certifications:
MMR1988=certify
MagFors=certify
UR=novote
cwdee=certify
Required (unofficial) subfiles:
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File reviews and updates:
At Mon Jan 27 15:10:02 2020, the file was initially submitted.
Submitted by: GeraldLasser
At Thu Jan 30 18:00:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.

At Fri Apr 17 21:05:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: novote
Comments:
Is it a screw ar a bolt?

At Fri Apr 17 21:20:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: GeraldLasser
Certification: novote
Comments:
I did not disassemble the part. May be it is pushed in "hot" , I do not know

At Sat Apr 18 02:15:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: OrionP
Certification: novote
Comments:
I think modeling the threads would be overkill.

At Sat Apr 18 08:55:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: certify
Comments:
There is a technical difference between a screw and a bolt. Screws have a thread. Bolts don't.

Since the head of this "screw" doesn't have any form of slot to place a tool in, it can't be a threaded screw, mounted by turning it around its own longitudinal axis.
It has to be some sort of push pin or "bolt".

On the other hand, no ldraw screw have a thread. It would be a waste of design effort and computing power to create a threaded screw.

At Sat Apr 18 09:20:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: novote
Comments:
Magnus, this was exactly my thought. This part can't have a thread. Therefore it must be a bolt.
Normally screws in drawings don't show the thread, this is the same idealistic illustration as we use. Therfore I a simple description change would be enough. Cause this can't be a screw in my eyes.

At Sat Apr 18 10:35:01 2020, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: GeraldLasser
Comments:
Renamed to Bolt

But added Category - screw - as the PT doesn't accept a bolt :-)

Existing certification-votes were deleted.
At Sat Apr 18 11:20:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: certify
Comments:
OK,
I'm not sure of the difference between a Peg and a Bolt. I think, a Bolt has some sort of head, and a Peg doesn't?
A Pin has a head, but to me, it is a long thin part. Similar to Needle.
Bolt might be the right choise here. What do our English speaking Admin have to say?

At Sat Apr 18 11:35:02 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: certify
Comments:
Thanks,
I think our admin can easily change the name, if bolt is not correct here.

At Tue Apr 21 19:25:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: hold
Comments:
Bottom side of the head is bfc inverse.

At Wed Apr 29 07:35:01 2020, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: GeraldLasser
Comments:
corrected surface

Existing certification-votes were deleted.
At Fri May 1 13:20:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.

At Sat May 30 20:50:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.

At Sat Jun 27 14:30:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: cwdee
Certification: novote
Comments:
Comments from 'English-speaking admin': Both a screw and a bolt have thread. A screw may be parallel or tapered and is fitted into material (e.g. wood or plastic) whereas a bolt is parallel, fits through a hole and is secured with a nut. This part would more correctly be described as a 'pin' or a 'peg', or if it had a sharp end a 'nail'.

At Thu Jul 9 19:25:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: UR
Certification: novote
Comments:
bump

At Mon Jul 20 20:45:01 2020 a Parts Tracker Admin edited the header.
At Mon Jul 20 20:50:01 2020 a Parts Tracker Admin edited the header.
At Mon Jul 20 20:50:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: cwdee
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.