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Rivet Type
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   Push       Push rivets are reusable rivets that are designed for fixing panels or joining components together. Push rivets are easy to install and do not require tooling. 
   Snap       Snap rivets are two-piece rivets that snap together. 
   Ratchet       A ratchet rivet is a two-part fastener that attaches panels by pressing the head into the shaft. The head can then be unscrewed to dismantle the panels. Ratchet rivets have a finished head on both sides. They are usually made of plastic. 
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Head Style
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   Brazier       Brazier or modified brazier rivets have an oval-shaped head. They are used in standard applications. 
   Cone / Pan       Cone or pan head rivets have a high profile. A cone head has a flat bearing surface and a flat top surface that rounds into a cylindrical side surface. 
   Countersunk       Countersunk rivets should be specified whenever a flush surface is required. They are sometimes called flush head rivets. 
   Dome / Button       Dome head rivets or buttonheads are the most versatile and most commonly specified head style. This type of fastener features a low profile and a neat appearance. The dome head has twice the diameter of the rivet body, providing enough bearing surface to retain all but extremely soft or brittle materials. 
   Flat       Rivets have a flat head and a conical bearing surface. Flat head rivets may be countersunk or flush. 
   Large Flange       Large flange rivets have twice the underhead bearing surface of dome head rivets. Typically, large flange rivets are used in applications where soft or brittle materials must be joined to a rigid backing material. 
   Mushroom       Rivets have a mushroom-shaped head with a large, underhead footprint to distribute the load on softer materials. 
   Oval       Rivets have an oval-shaped head. 
   Round / Snap       The cross-sectional shape of the rivet head is round. Round rivets are sometimes called snap head rivets. 
   Truss       Truss head rivets are used in applications where a low profile head is desired. In comparison to the fastener size, the diameter of the truss head is larger than the diameter of the corresponding round head. 
   Universal       Universal rivets have an oval-shaped head. Some manufactures refer to universal rivets as mushroom, brazier, oval or truss head rivets. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary head style. 
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Dimensions
   Body Diameter       Body diameter is the diameter of the rivet. The clearance between the rivet and the hole in which the rivet is inserted should be about 1/32 in. or less.  For example, the hole for a 1/4 in. rivet should be no more than 9/32 in. Rivet size capabilities may vary with rivet type and material. Consult manufacturers for details. 
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   Grip Length       Grip length is the minimum and maximum thickness of all of the materials or parts that a fastener is designed to secure when assembled. 
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   Shear Strength       Shear strength is resistance to transverse loading. It is usually defined as force in Newtons (N) or pounds (lbs). 
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