The classic screws will hold the board at most until the first disassembly. Once you unscrew them, they will never hold as well. Trying to tighten loose screws often results in the threads spinning, chewing out the wood and irreversibly damaging the board. This is why we only use cotter nuts to connect the base to the board. These are drilled into the board and creates a solid metal thread in it, into which it is possible to repeatedly screw classic metric screws. Such a connection still holds just as well and allows unlimited disassembly.

We use screws only for thin boards (e.g.: coffee table shelves), which are not suitable for mounting nuts and the likelihood of removing them is minimal.

The hole in the oak board is prepared for the cotter nut
Clamp nut in solid plate
Clamp nut in solid plate
The clamp nut creates a solid metal thread in the plate to which a regular screw can be screwed. This allows the plate to be removed or reattached at any time without risk of damaging the plate.
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