An ordinary style screw is a common type of self-tapping screw typically made from steel or stainless steel. They usually have a coarse thread that can cut into the material as it passes, providing a secure connection. Ordinary-style screws are commonly used for fastening and connecting wood and soft metals, such as in furniture, wooden structures, vehicles, and machinery. Ordinary-style screws can also come in different types and sizes to suit different uses and needs. Some ordinary-style screws may have washers or special head designs to increase their holding power or ease of installation. Additionally, ordinary-style screws can be treated with surface finishes such as galvanization or painting to enhance their durability and appearance.