Say, that's a good idea, but I'm sure you meant to say "If the machine has a deep enough threaded hole"... seriously now, how do you prevent the screw on the top from damaging the socket of the screw below it? By not over-tightening it?We use lots of sets screws and must adjust them regularly as part of calibration procedures.
The important ones that we don't want working loose between PM's are secured by a second set screw, torqued down against the top of the first one.
IT WORKS GREAT. If you have a deep enough threaded hole