Rivets rock — right up until you need to take them apart. Then they suck. Big time. Threaded rivets combine a rivet and screw to give you the best of both worlds — a strong connection with easy removal. And they’re really handy for connecting dissimilar materials. Think of ’em as a nutsert from hell.
But to use threaded rivets, you need a threaded rivet tool like this one from Marson. It’s a full kit with everything you need to punch threaded rivets all day long.
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