Bulb Rivets: Everything You Need to Know

Posted by BlindRivetSupply.com on 8/12/2019 to Rivet Tools
Bulb Rivets: Everything You Need to Know

Blind rivets can be extremely useful, but their uses, as well as other factors, may vary depending on the type. There are a few different kinds of blind rivets out there, each with their own distinct look and function. Knowing each type may help you determine exactly which one you need to fulfill your own purposes, but today we will only focus on one. Here is everything you need to know about bulb or bulbing rivets.


How to Install Rivet Nuts Without a Tool

Posted by BlindRivetSupply.com on 8/6/2019 to Rivet Tools
How to Install Rivet Nuts Without a Tool

Part of the appeal of rivet nuts is their toughness and the fact that they can be installed into a blind hole as well as the fact that they can be extremely difficult to dislodge or remove. In contrast, another part of their appeal is that inserting and fastening them is typically quick and simple using the proper tools. A little known fact, however, is that you can also install  them even if you do not have any of the proper rivet nut tools available. Here is some advice on how to install rivet nuts without a tool.


Blind Rivets for Agricultural/Farming Equipment

Posted by BlindRivetSupply.com on 7/22/2019 to Rivets Across Industries
Blind Rivets for Agricultural/Farming Equipment
Blind rivets are popular because people can use them for a diverse assortment of industries. Among these fields is agriculture, a practice that now requires many different machines of varying complexity. Of course, that complexity means you often need to use more than just blind rivets. You will also need other kinds of fasteners capable of holding the different parts of heavy machinery together. Here is some advice on what to use for agricultural/farming equipment.

Blind Rivets Used for Semi Trucks & Trailers

Posted by BlindRivetSupply.com on 7/15/2019 to Rivets Across Industries
Blind Rivets Used for Semi Trucks & Trailers

 

The first patent for a blind rivet was filed in 1916, a mere eight years after the debut of the Model T. These mechanical innovations have a long and intertwined history, and this particular type of rivet remains integral to the construction of motor vehicles. If you find yourself asking how exactly are they important, we at BlindRivetSupply.com have the experience and authority to answer your questions. Here is some information on the potential uses of blind rivets for the trucking industry at large.


Top Pneumatic Rivet Tools

Posted by Ajinkya Ghule on 10/10/2017 to Rivet Tools

Top Manufacturers Analysis in Pneumatic Rivet Gun Market

Gesipa, Avdel, Lobtex Co. Ltd.........

Why Use Blind Rivets

Posted by Peter Erickson on 6/28/2016 to Rivets & Fasteners

Why Use Blind Rivets


The most obvious answer can be found in the name itself. A blind or breakstem rivet, is a permanent fastener, which will hold two or more pieces of material, both similar and dissimilar, together in, or on a fixture where only one side of the material can be accessed. It is the fastest way to fasten two or more pieces of material together permanently.

Huck Tool Repair Parts

Posted by Global Stores Group LLC on 3/12/2013 to Rivet Tools
Leader in Huck Parts and Accessories

Global Stores Group is positioning to be one of the largest suppliers of Huck Tool Part Distributors. Within the past year, the Blind Rivet Supply web site has published pricing, open to all, for not only Alcoa's Marson Division as well as Alcoa's Huck division tools. We carry Huck Nose..........
  

Threaded Insert

Posted by Peter Erickson on 5/24/2012 to Rivets & Fasteners
Not to long ago this was an easy answer. Threaded inserts, such as Heli-Coil® inserts (Heli-Coil® is a registered trademark of Emhart® Technologies)or Recoil® a registered trademark of Alcoa are considered repair inserts or........

Sheet Metal Screw Thread and Point Types

Posted by Peter Erickson on 4/19/2012 to Rivets & Fasteners
Sheet Metal Screw Thread and Tip Types

In this article we will be focusing on the main thread styles and screw tip types of sheet metal screws commonly used in both construction and manufacturing today. The sheet metal screw is by far the most widely used fastener............

Rivet Nuts Why Bother

Posted by Peter Erickson on 3/25/2012 to Rivets & Fasteners
Rivet Nuts have been around since 1936 when the need for installing a blind internally threaded rivet was needed for the purpose of attaching  a rubber aircraft wing de-icer extrusion on the wings of airplanes. Since then, the use and popularity has been slow to grow with the exception of the military and aerospace markets. The rivet nut soon became more popular in industry ......

New Battery Powered Rivet Gun

Posted by Peter Erickson on 3/24/2012 to Rivet Tools
Blind Rivet Installation Now Available without Pneumatic's and Hand Operation

The freedom of not having to drag around 50lbs of air line and constantly move the compressor or maybe developing carpal tunnel syndrome after installing thousands of rivets by hand clutching down on the rivet gun handle 4 to 8 times before the mandrel breaks has now been solved with a cordless rivet gun. It's been a long time waiting..........
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