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Riveting - Steel Block - Riveting

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Steel block for hammering - with places for holding and shaping rivets in various sizes. With our new Steel Riveting Block, there is no more guesswork on the length of wire to be cut. Use the holes at the top to pre-cut the perfect length of wire for your projects. The holes in the middle are about...
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Steel block for hammering - with places for holding and shaping rivets in various sizes. With our new Steel Riveting Block, there is no more guesswork on the length of wire to be cut. Use the holes at the top to pre-cut the perfect length of wire for your projects. The holes in the middle are about 1.8 mm deep, so every cut is just the right amount of wire needed to create "head" on both sides. The dimples on the left side are used for support when riveting in order to hold the shape of the rounded rivet head. The circles on the right side are for riveting eyelets in 3 different sizes without flattening the rounded rims. Dimples on the side of the block are for rivets and on the opposite side are circles for eyelets. Both of these sides are for CURVED surfaces and must be mounted in a vise.

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Riveting - Steel Block - Riveting


Cold connections are hot, hot, hot.

Cold connections! Rivets, gears, etc. Permanent connections without soldering - riveting is simply making a hole, putting a pin into it, and flaring the ends to stop the pin from falling out! Generally rivets come with one end already flared out - you just drop in the hole and flare the other end. Rivets can be solid - like tiny blunt nails, or holow tubes - which make nice little rings with a hole when flared - or semi tubular - hollow with a head on one end. Excellent for the Steampunk esthetic, or just where ever you can't or don't want to solder, but need, or want, a mechanical connection.