Riveting Solid Rivet

Forming of solid, tubular or semi-tubular rivets are very suitable applications for a press. In this case the rivets for a pocket knife are formed, all in one cycle.

Riveting tubular Rivet

Two semi-tubular rivets are formed in order to secure the handle to the plier nose assembly. A Schmidt Technology Toggle press is ideal as the perfect stroke can be easily adjusted. .

Riveting clip to brake shoe

Riveting of wear indicator and retention clips with a press is very fast and cost effective. Rivets can be solid, tubular or semi-tubular.

Riveting knife handle

Forming of solid, tubular or semi-tubular rivets are very suitable applications for a press. In this case the rivets for a pocket knife are formed, all in one cycle.

Riveting marker to stent

Installation of a miniature rivet with a major diameter of about 0.5 mm. Four small rivets are used as markers on stents. The Schmidt Technology Toggle press is ideal due to its accuracy.

 

Forming of multiple rivets

The rivets in this assembly were formed simultaneously in order to not destort or deform the assembly and stamping. A pressure pad may help seat the assembly in order to prevent gaps.

Compression riveting

High compression of the lamination prior to forming the rivets for this electrical connection is crucial in order to achieve high conductivity. A press is ideal for forming of this type of rivet and application as it creates an electrical connection with minimal resistance.

Riveting seat belt latch assembly

Prior to testing the spring and release point of this seat belt latch assembly, two rivets need to be formed. Process monitoring is critical with for this liability component.