Experiment of a simple jack screw, Physics

A simple jack screw

Bore a hole by a block of wood to fit a carriage bolt. Choose a bolt that is threaded nearly its whole length. Sink the head of the bolt in the wood, so that it is flush with the surface and nail a piece of board in excess of it. Over the projecting threads place a nut, then a washer and short piece of metal pipe. The in diameter of the pipe must be slightly larger than the bolt. By turning the nut with a wrench the device will act as a powerful lifting jack

 

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