Blind riveting is commonly used in assembly applications in the automotive, trucking, aviation, electronics and appliance industries. Blind riveting is the process of installing a rivnut (blind rivet) entirely from one side of the item being riveted. This is required when the operator cannot see or lacks access to the item’s backside. Blind rivets or rivnuts are inserted through a pre-drilled hole that passes through the material. Then, a hand-operated or power rivet gun drills into the rivnut, expanding it and causing a bulge on the other side. When the riveter tool is removed, the rivnut is securely fixed in place and the head is ready to accept a threaded fastener.
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