Solid Rivets

These types of rivets are one of the oldest and most reliable types of fasteners available. Each rivet is completely solid, meaning this type of rivet is generally used when reliability and safety are very important.

Brass Spherical Head

Used for appliances like knitting machines. Since it's also made from brass, it's easily removable and replace-able.

Carriage Bolt

This is a general hardware piece found in many hardware stores with a few custom modifications. This piece is often used to fasten metal to wood due to the threading.

Copper Mushroom Head

The thick head gives increased riveting strength, meaning more pressure can be applied to the rivet. The copper makes the rivet ideal for electrical conductivity.

Brass Counter Sunk

The brass makes it easily replace-able, while the counter sink makes the rivet sit flushly against the surface it's punched into.

Double Shank

Typically used as the plunger in an electrical switch since the rivet has a long reach to touch both ends of an electrical circuit.

Double Side Shank With Double Side Extrusion

Used as the stop in for an automotive clutch assembly. The rivet is perfect for fixing multiple surfaces together.

Engraved Aluminium

The rivet has custom lettering engraved on each rivet, with the aluminium making it lighter and rust-resistant. This particular one is used in a brake lining.

Flat Head With Step At Shank End

Due to the thicker shaft with the step at the end, this rivet is being used for a clutch assembly to provide proper support for the component.

Flat Step Head

This particular rivet is used in a clutch assembly, with the flat step head serving as a regular fastener.

Key Way Slot Shank

The step of the rivet goes into a component and locks, which can then fastened afterwards. Currently used in a machining assembly.

Mushroom Head Straight Shank

The mushroom head provides for increased load bearing capibility and fastening strength. This one is used in a clutch assembly.

Mushroom Head With Taper Shank

The mushroom head provides increased strength in the head, while the tapered shank proves for a smaller less obtrusive, bucked tail. This one is used in a clutch assembly.

Pinch Head

The head first goes up and locks into a component, then is riveted. This one is used in a clutch assembly.

Small Mushroom Head

The smaller mushroom head provides for a stronger rivet in a smaller scope, which is used for electrical assembly.

Small Mushroom Head With Taper Shank

The mushroom head provides stronger support while the taper shank is for a smaller tail. This is used in an autoelectric assembly.

Spiral Knurled Shank

Due to the knurled nature of the shank, the rivet holds to metal casting well. This one is used to adhere nameplate onto machines.

Square Shank Round Head

In order to prevent the rivet and component from turning after riveting, a square shank is used. This particular rivet is used in an electrical assembly.

Stop Pin Step Head Taper Shank

The thick rivet has a high load bearing capability while the tapered shaft works for easier entry. This is used in a clutch plate cover.

Thick Head

The thicker head provides extra support and load bearing capabilities. This particular one is used in a clutch assembly.

Yellow Passivated Solid

The yellow coating prevents against rust and provides a clean golden finish. This is used in an automotive clutch component.

Tiny Rivet

These tiny rivets are used in a railway signal to be unobtrusive but strong.