Impossible double threaded bolt.

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  • Published on Apr 4, 2021
  • I found this double threaded bolt a couple of months ago on TheXvid. It was made of metal. About a week ago I had an idea to print the double threaded bolt on my 3d printer. Not is is my favorite toy until I print something else. :)
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Comments • 568

  • Puzzle guy
    Puzzle guy  8 months ago +116

    Check this dual threaded pen for the curious mind - metmo-pen-a-dual-threaded-pen.kckb.st/9d96d4d8

    • HisMajesty
      HisMajesty 5 months ago

      @Puzzle guy oh ok thanks for the info

    • Puzzle guy
      Puzzle guy  5 months ago +1

      @HisMajesty It is called filament, not an ink. And price varies on the amount you want to buy.

    • HisMajesty
      HisMajesty 5 months ago

      How much does the ink cost for 3D printers

    • Test Test
      Test Test 7 months ago

      Okay I will

  • Immature Mushroom
    Immature Mushroom 10 months ago +7559

    Yep, can confirm its possible... can also confirm there is a very good reason they don't make bolts like this.

    • Beast Hunter
      Beast Hunter 4 months ago +1

      @Saturn Media exactly as a machinist I was going to say the same thing. The thread walls are where all the pressure is held and on a 6 lead multinational thread all the wall is cut out except for those diamonds which is exponentially weaker. The machinery handbook is loaded with so much information that most people couldn’t begin to understand, hell I don’t understand a lot of it myself and have had to use it for threads for years lmao

    • William
      William 5 months ago +1

      Hear that guys it’s real! Mushroom confirmed I

    • Andrew Needham
      Andrew Needham 5 months ago

      @Cryptic Cyclone there are better, safer, and more consistent ways of doing that

    • SaintCorVic
      SaintCorVic 5 months ago +1

      Ah yes someone already said it. 👍

    • Mullet boi2
      Mullet boi2 5 months ago

      @Scott Rauch but that’s what they were implying

  • Kraken21
    Kraken21 10 months ago +2095

    Funny how everyone thinks he wants to use this in something rather it just being a toy, or something cool to look at.

    • Lo
      Lo 7 months ago

      @noname personally I would use it as a sounding device 🤤🤤

    • Jelly cat
      Jelly cat 9 months ago

      Know bin bn

    • Aghniya  Nadhira
      Aghniya Nadhira 9 months ago +1

      Your profile look like Estonia flag

  • Luke FITT
    Luke FITT 10 months ago +1380

    Son: “is it righty tighty lefty loosey?”
    Me: (takes drag of a cigarette) “I don’t even know anymore kid.”

    • xuav Rice
      xuav Rice 5 months ago +1

      I always hate when I ask “which way” and someone says this. Do you not see how either way you turn something it can appear to move left or right. Clockwise and counterclockwise are much easier terms as well.

    • DA_N 7
      DA_N 7 6 months ago +1

      @GachaLifeMe please do 😂😂

    • DA_N 7
      DA_N 7 6 months ago +1

      😂😂😂😂😂💔

    • Beans Cottrell
      Beans Cottrell 6 months ago +6

      “Righty tighty cause she was right to leave me” “what?” “Lefty loosey cause I’m hangin on loosely”

    • dead account
      dead account 9 months ago +3

      @GachaLifeMe same here

  • Delicate Disaster
    Delicate Disaster 10 months ago +323

    This is why nuts and bolts have spiral threads. Otherwise you'd be driving down the road while your car slowly disassembles itself. Lol

    • Christoffer Orrmalm Utsi
      Christoffer Orrmalm Utsi 2 months ago

      @Andy Spivey The fact that you even made this statement is enough evidence to conclude that you are not a better owner of that vehicle as the previous owner. So it is safe to say that it must be a decent vehicle if it has survived lack of care and love.
      I at least hope the car is clean enough, if not it could self ignite and start burning.

    • Andy Spivey
      Andy Spivey 7 months ago

      mine is 20 right now and the previous owner did nothing to care for her. the poor thing haha

    • Delicate Disaster
      Delicate Disaster 7 months ago +2

      @Andy Spivey 🤣 Mine is starting to too, don't worry. She's about to be 22 years old and it's really showing lmao

    • Andy Spivey
      Andy Spivey 7 months ago +5

      brave of you to assume my pile of junk doesn’t do that anyway

  • EnderSpy007
    EnderSpy007 10 months ago +801

    Guys he's not trying to revolutionize the construction industry, its just kinda cool.

    • joe swanson
      joe swanson 8 months ago +6

      @W.D. Gaster You even saw the comments and still said that, what?

    • Puzzle guy
      Puzzle guy  9 months ago +33

      @W.D. Gaster I didn't say anything about useful. It is just a fun toy.

    • W.D. Gaster
      W.D. Gaster 9 months ago +1

      @Puzzle guy it is ,nice job but this is honestly never going to be useful in the construction

    • Puzzle guy
      Puzzle guy  10 months ago +83

      It is not even my project, I just 3d printed it because it looks unusual and cool

  • I only make playlists now :(

    The reason this works is because it has the indents from both bolts but still has structure so it isn't just a not pointy nail

  • well, shit
    well, shit 8 months ago +64

    Guys the engineering industry has already discovered and discarded this as an idea he's just showcasing it for us normies because it looks interesting

  • Joel Varney
    Joel Varney 7 months ago +7

    This is one of my favorite prints. Endless entertainment.

  • Eli Schultes
    Eli Schultes 9 months ago +9

    It was impressive seeing the guy that machined one of these.

  • Chisito
    Chisito 2 months ago

    Hey! I have that same bolt but I didn't know you could do that. Though mine came without the nut.

  • Uy Vu
    Uy Vu 10 months ago +12

    I didn't know my mom was into puzzles like this

  • Andy Spivey
    Andy Spivey 7 months ago +5

    that last bit of back and forth twisting was EXTREMELY satisfying ngl

  • 💅MATERIAL GWORL✨
    💅MATERIAL GWORL✨ 6 months ago

    If we had the red on as a screw, we would save SO MUCH time screwing in screws

  • Sundowner
    Sundowner 5 months ago +2

    Looks like a toy my older sister uses 👍

  • Varun Vishal
    Varun Vishal 5 months ago

    I think this mechanism is used in the flywheel in cycles too.

  • SmallerthanNano
    SmallerthanNano 4 months ago

    This feels like it would come undone very easily

  • SpltPersonaltyOF
    SpltPersonaltyOF 8 months ago

    Clearly it's possible... Just looking at the design makes that quite evident

  • Labboy541
    Labboy541 5 months ago

    Its the same concept as an auto line feeder. My water hose container has the same type of bolt

  • the.beard.yyc
    the.beard.yyc 10 months ago +220

    So it basically can’t torque onto any that could ever shake or move or be touched, sounds… cool?

    • PrettyBoiVivi
      PrettyBoiVivi 9 months ago

      its just for decoration or to play with. chill.

    • Want - Diverse Content
      Want - Diverse Content 9 months ago

      Do you think it's meant for practical use?

    • Jonas Lik
      Jonas Lik 10 months ago

      @the.beard.yyc lol 100% true. Just tryna show some love and support;)

    • the.beard.yyc
      the.beard.yyc 10 months ago

      @Jonas Lik I mean, that’s a less articulate way to say what I just said, but you do you buddy, don’t let nothin’ hold you back

    • Jonas Lik
      Jonas Lik 10 months ago +3

      It's basically useless. It's just a cool concept. The company that built had no intention of using it

  • kelly hill
    kelly hill 9 months ago

    Getting a nut to thread both ways such as this isnt the hard part. But your forgetting the purpose of the nut is to TIGHTEN DOWN that will not happen with any of the nuts shown. Too much thread play is needed for them to tighten down to any degree

  • Keith Woodbridge
    Keith Woodbridge Year ago +21

    Would love you to print a rattleback, cool little toy...😎

  • Anabolic Catalyst
    Anabolic Catalyst 9 months ago +2

    This was more impressive when I saw it cast in metal.

  • Fl0yd-
    Fl0yd- 5 months ago +1

    It almost sounds like engineering does work, huh, who knew?

  • That Crazy Chicken Lady
    That Crazy Chicken Lady 10 months ago +7

    It makes complete sense to me and I don’t get why it’s a puzzle. 😂

    • Cam
      Cam 9 months ago

      Because it cant torque onto anything. If it unscrews the same way it threads on; it will always be loose.

  • Dream Eater
    Dream Eater 11 months ago +95

    Everything is a private toy if you're just brave enough

    • Rodrigo Marques
      Rodrigo Marques 7 months ago

      Do a jar

    • VesBex
      VesBex 10 months ago

      Woah there 😳

    • Laurens
      Laurens 10 months ago +1

      finally something I can screw in both ways

    • KaktusArt05
      KaktusArt05 10 months ago

      Hello there

    • Dream Eater
      Dream Eater 10 months ago +1

      Lmfao i didn't know i'd get this much likes and replies thanks lol

  • Thunderage Smearratt
    Thunderage Smearratt 9 months ago +2

    Theres a video where a guy makes one from alluminum and its so cool

  • The Rick Effect
    The Rick Effect 9 months ago

    The way the red works is all about pressure pushing it down while spinning it any direction will make it go down but pulling up in any direction will come up
    Simple but pointless

  • Natpk
    Natpk 7 months ago

    I know it's a puzzle, but if you really wanted to use this on most situations... it wouldn't be useful, because for example, take the red thingy, you can unscrew it from both sides, losing the point of a screw, wich is meant to hold things

  • Jonas Lik
    Jonas Lik 11 months ago +21

    This was actually invented in my tiny town in Canada 😁

    • Hell_Pike
      Hell_Pike 10 months ago

      Interesting!

    • Jonas Lik
      Jonas Lik 10 months ago +3

      @Jasp Winkler which is in Canada

    • Jasp
      Jasp 10 months ago

      Where?

  • SJN FAB
    SJN FAB 9 months ago +2

    SOME RUSSIAN DUDE ON YT MACHINED ONE OF THESE OUT OF BRASS. IT WAS ALSO BEAUTIFUL!!🙏

  • unanimous
    unanimous 10 months ago +55

    "Blew you mind" ?? Of course this bolt would do this, its threaded both directions

  • Lincoln Zars
    Lincoln Zars 5 months ago

    I love your puzzle videos

  • Matei D
    Matei D 5 months ago

    It does not matter which way it's spinning it matters if you pull the bolt up or down

  • Lance_With_Both_Nuts
    Lance_With_Both_Nuts 11 months ago +44

    Cross thread three different ways with the same hardware?
    Sign me up 😎

  • Randy schneider
    Randy schneider 8 months ago

    That's crazy, I wonder if it works if nut and bolt were made of steal ?

    • Puzzle guy
      Puzzle guy  8 months ago

      Yes. Watch my double threaded pen video
      thexvid.com/video/bDjKkCD1dj8/video.html

  • Tj Visser
    Tj Visser 7 months ago

    If car manufacturers used this, I could finally get a bolt off without having to say to myself “lefty loosey, righty tighty”

  • UltraGamerJay
    UltraGamerJay 6 months ago

    That's cool! My mom have the same thing in her dresser!

  • skeif101
    skeif101 10 months ago +1

    Handymen are rethinking their whole lives rn

  • Wîld Fìrë
    Wîld Fìrë 5 months ago +1

    My friend had come up with almost the exact idea *years* ago and no one thought it was cool. What kind of trick is this?

  • Camphart Rogets
    Camphart Rogets 9 months ago

    I have this cool double threaded bolt idea: it involves a smooth cylinder and a smooth ring. I'll take my Nobel prize now.

  • adventurous wizard
    adventurous wizard 10 months ago

    I know you can make anything possible in puzzles 😀😀

  • ProAlgCuber
    ProAlgCuber 10 months ago

    Im guessing you are using force to move it up and down on the red one

  • Puppetwhisper
    Puppetwhisper 6 months ago

    the reason this works depends if you pull or push on it

  • Vinegaryhippo
    Vinegaryhippo 5 months ago

    Can it tighten at all?

  • Dave S
    Dave S Year ago +4

    This has to be the fastest video 📹 you ever made LOL!!!
    I'm glad you enjoy your new toy!!!

    • Dave S
      Dave S 11 months ago +1

      @Puzzle guy Oh I bet you could LOL!!

    • Puzzle guy
      Puzzle guy  Year ago +1

      Had no time to make a longer video 😁

  • Jay Podigrew
    Jay Podigrew 8 months ago

    Why are people so amazed by these? Look at the design for three seconds and it obviously makes sense.

  • Marco Mercurio
    Marco Mercurio 5 months ago

    “Wait till you see this nut” 🤣

  • VTH Alucard
    VTH Alucard 10 months ago

    1 vary massive flaw with that is if it's an a vehicle or building any kind of vibration will vary easily loosen it then will fall off

  • Bed_Time_Anime_
    Bed_Time_Anime_ 8 months ago

    I've seen this done with metal and its honestly more impressive

    • Puzzle guy
      Puzzle guy  8 months ago +1

      Totally agree with you. Metal dual threaded bolt looks amazing

  • Peakrainbow 1370
    Peakrainbow 1370 5 months ago +2

    I can't be the only one who thought of a differant purpose that the blue part could serv

  • little big simp 🧸
    little big simp 🧸 9 months ago

    if all future bolts are like this:
    every single engineer when screwing the bolt: RAGE

    • Cam
      Cam 9 months ago

      It wont torque onto anything so it will always be loose because it comes loose the same way it becomes tight so it is a matter of shaking for it to wiggle off.

  • Sam Sabilla
    Sam Sabilla 10 months ago

    You made it its pretty impressive

  • Xeno Smoke
    Xeno Smoke 7 months ago

    Are there any practical applications for these things? Lol

  • Utsab Bhanja
    Utsab Bhanja 10 months ago +2

    You'll be a great scientist in future!

  • Dragonfire1954
    Dragonfire1954 7 months ago

    That's not really hard to find the reasoning, the green ones are clockwise and counter clockwise respectively, and the red one is straight, so when you twist the red one it will move in any direction you push it.

  • Renato
    Renato 9 months ago

    I think crossthreaded is a cooler way to call it

  • kurou
    kurou 10 months ago +1

    *dude this guy is cool*

  • Alex
    Alex 5 months ago

    My mom has a bolt like that but I couldn’t find the nuts 🤔

  • -_melloh.ello_-
    -_melloh.ello_- 9 months ago

    Hahaha, I totally thought that was something completely innocent.. Haha

  • Syuzhu_
    Syuzhu_ 10 months ago

    This reminds me of that beyblade where you can adjust how it spins like clockwise or counterclockwise

  • Nubie
    Nubie 5 months ago

    "ok that's normal, wait until you see this nut"
    😔🤚

  • Joel
    Joel 9 months ago

    Isn’t the last one just skipping the threads entirely?

  • X.M.A.
    X.M.A. 7 months ago

    Wow, a loose bolt

  • Spyziy
    Spyziy 5 months ago

    Just get a wider circle then it only takes 1 motion to get it all the way down

  • Alberto Asia
    Alberto Asia 10 months ago

    The red nut has the same design inside as the screw but the other ones aren't

  • some dude
    some dude 5 months ago

    love how everyone is talking about how everyone is talking about how we should start using these when ive literally never seen a comment saying that

  • Akhilesh Sharma
    Akhilesh Sharma 9 months ago

    But what's the use of this? If you use it in any machine, the machine vibration will just shimmy it out

  • James TDG
    James TDG 5 months ago

    I wonder if this bolt has any industrial uses

  • me hunter tb
    me hunter tb 7 months ago

    I think all nuts and bolts should be like this for ease of use

  • John Phillips
    John Phillips 9 months ago

    Imagine how damn easy it would be for shit to wiggle out of place

  • Samantha DeRego
    Samantha DeRego 8 months ago

    I think this would be cool as a little idle hands toy

  • Parker Shaw
    Parker Shaw 8 months ago

    This hardly a puzzle, where does the nut go totally depends on which way you push, no matter which way you turn, as long as you turn.

  • Was up bbg
    Was up bbg 9 months ago

    It goes every way you just have to push or pull

  • Svndwich
    Svndwich 7 months ago

    You’ve invented a bolt that can’t be tightened to be used

  • santhosh s
    santhosh s 9 months ago

    Imagine the nut struck at bottom and cant be removed.....

  • Shan Sins
    Shan Sins 11 months ago +3

    3d printers are awesome but people coming up with the most random stuff lol

  • Rizqy Alamsyah Wardhana

    u know that the green Nut doesn't need to be printed on mirror right?
    you can just flip them

  • Vibin
    Vibin 8 months ago

    Ayo that printing process was mad sus 🤤

  • Hellfire missile salesman

    How is it impossible? It's just engineering and math

  • Incognito Gamer X
    Incognito Gamer X 9 months ago

    The last clip used... It was looking as if something else was thought to make... Then changed the mind and made this one

  • 1 Cent In Debt
    1 Cent In Debt 9 months ago

    Him: "Wait to see this nut"
    My brain: DEEZ NUTZ

  • Alastor
    Alastor 5 months ago

    "Wait until you see these nuts"

  • Bunny Master
    Bunny Master 9 months ago +1

    People have a pretty loose definition of the word "impossible"

  • who cares
    who cares 5 months ago +2

    Wow that would fit well in my older sister

  • :O
    :O 9 months ago

    The bolt reminded me of something else👀

  • praveen kumar
    praveen kumar 8 months ago +1

    Want amazon links to the puzzles please

  • Aden
    Aden 9 months ago

    bruh you can spin it either way if your pushing down the bolt like that the spin doesn’t even matter

  • TheDailyDude2
    TheDailyDude2 9 months ago +2

    “gripping on the nuts” lol

  • captain bacon
    captain bacon 5 months ago

    idk why but it looks like something that has a "very" different use for single people

  • Rodrigo Marques
    Rodrigo Marques 7 months ago

    It is very interesting but it ends up being useless could be a toy but i dont see it being used in everyday things

  • Raj
    Raj 7 months ago

    Third one is just sliding, no actual grip😀

  • O Riding
    O Riding 5 months ago

    The first two are threaded differently

  • Sayuri Anno
    Sayuri Anno 6 months ago

    Lmao these nuts look really cool

  • Jose Antonio Lanuza
    Jose Antonio Lanuza 10 months ago

    I think it's because the bolts has a x line

  • Bryan Roye
    Bryan Roye 10 months ago +5

    Right however the bolt would not hold much tension

  • Jacob Anderson
    Jacob Anderson 9 months ago

    Small threads = really bad things

  • Lawson Kennamer
    Lawson Kennamer 9 months ago

    That is a nice 3d printer

  • Travis Bohanan
    Travis Bohanan 11 months ago +3

    My brain breaks when I see things like this.

    • Florian Beuk
      Florian Beuk 10 months ago +1

      @gluttonousGoddess you need to spin and put pressure to the side you want it to go

    • gluttonousGoddess
      gluttonousGoddess 10 months ago

      Most likely the red one isn't actually turning in relation to the bolt; you could probably just push it on. Maybe that's true for one of, if not both of the other ones.

  • Smilingsloth
    Smilingsloth 5 months ago

    This is nuts!