|02-23-2007 10:13 AM|
|MAUSS||I've got an air operated one too. It seems to set the rivets more solidly than the hand operated ones. It sure makes the job go faster too. Mine was made by Dayton.|
|02-22-2007 02:35 PM|
$40 for a air operated one saves time and your arms.
|02-22-2007 07:46 AM|
Stainless POP rivets will react that way if using a hand rivetter.
Could be that's what they were installing the panels with.
|02-21-2007 08:48 AM|
|dinger||Also make sure the hole you drill is the same size as the rivet, a sloppy fit will cause a loose joint and difficult to squeeze to pop the rivet. Maybe that's what Joe did... Buythe guy some of those squeeze handles to build the muscles in his hands. Dan|
|02-19-2007 10:18 PM|
haha, probably one of those guys with all them fancy tools that i wish i had
|02-19-2007 01:02 PM|
|poncho62||Was watching that "Horsepower TV" show on Sunday....That Joe guy was trying to use a hand rivetter.........Couldn't even squeeze it...........whimp...|
|02-19-2007 12:47 PM|
|pasadenahotrod||Most hand rivet tools have a small and large rivet "nail" nosepiece. The key to successful riveting is keep the flange of the rivet held solidly against the material while pulling the nail to "POP" it.|
|02-19-2007 10:13 AM|
|02-18-2007 06:13 PM|
How to use a Hand rivet tool
My rivet tool is a hand held swivel type and what is the correct way to use this tool? From very small rivets to maybe 1/2 inch! Thanks, Dana