Why do pure titanium screws break?
Screws are generally used as accessories to fasten objects. You can see screws on mobile
phones, computers, and mice. But sometimes, when we use it, we find that the screw is
broken. Why does a certain titanium screw break?
There is not only one reason why a titanium screw will break. There are many factors that
can cause a screw to break. If you can see a trace of the groove at the position of the
broken head, it means that the screw groove is too deep, which will cause the screw to
break. In this case, the screw manufacturer needs to pay attention to the depth of the
screw groove during production, and the depth of the groove needs to be smaller during the
If there are no traces of grooves at the position of the broken end, it is possible that
the torque is too large during use. No matter what type of product it is, there is a fixed
torque value. When this torque is exceeded, the product will break. The same is true for
titanium screws. When twisting, you need to test whether your torque exceeds this range. If
it exceeds, then you need to control your strength when twisting.
In addition, there are other factors that can cause titanium screws to break, such as too
small R angle, wire problems, and so on.