Rivet tools offer a quick and easy solution for materials that need fastening. Use the tool mechanics to provide the force you need to attach a range of materials no matter where you are in the world. Hand rivet tools provide complete control over fastener size and shape.
These specialized devices offer some of the most important features you'll encounter on the job site, but they don't take up much room. In fact, some riveters fit in the same belt with the rest of your hand tools. They come in handy any time you need to connect two materials, regardless of their sizes. Just use your clamps to secure the materials in place and get started. Hand rivet tools offer customized heads that you may change based on the size of rivet you plan to use. Screw on the head, place the rivet, and punch the placement hole. From there, the rivet tools take care of the rest. Like most fastening tools, these devices work well even without electricity. Even a more advanced swivel head riveter uses only the force generated by an experienced hand.
Secure your materials with clamp pads to protect their surfaces, and focus on the placement of the rivet. Most hand rivet tools require that an appropriately sized hole be drilled before you place the rivet, so consider marking and drilling as soon as you place the clamps. Then, as you would with one of your industrial staplers, just place the head and squeeze the handles.
Some riveters require additional force, so you may use both hands to set the rivet. In these cases, clamps ensure that your materials stays exactly where they are needed. Rivet tools thrive as fasteners for various types of materials. Find the rivet size you need, verify that your drill size matches, and these tools help fasten with ease.
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