A clamping screw locking can be done using spot or all-over coating. In this process, the lock is placed on the thread (or a part of it) and this creates a clamping effect when screwing in. By means of the coating, the margin between the screw and the counter thread is reduced and by means of the resulting pressure on the thread automatic loosening is avoided. This form of thread locking is hence ideal for dynamic load and is also cost-efficient. Other advantages of this thread locking are reusability of parts, no health incompatibilities, no hardening time and almost unlimited shelf life.