Dog point grub screws, also known as set screws, are a type of fastener commonly used in mechanical and industrial applications. They consist of a cylindrical shaft with a hexagonal recessed head and a pointed tip, known as the dog point. The dog point is designed to bite into the surface of the material, creating a secure and stable connection. Dog point grub screws are commonly used to hold one object to another, to adjust and fix parts of machinery, and to prevent a rotating part from moving. They are designed to be screwed into a threaded hole or shaft and tightened using an Allen key or hex key. Dog point grub screws are available in a variety of sizes, materials, and finishes to suit different applications and environments. They are commonly used in machinery, automotive, and construction applications, as well as in consumer products and DIY projects.