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Grooved Rivets are designed to be installed within a hole made of fibrous materials such as wood and some low-medium density plastics. When set properly, the annular rings around the body will bite into the wood or plastic and will radially expand within the hole. Keep in mind, this rivet is designed to expand within a hole. It is not intended to expand at the rear side like most blind rivets. Only one fibrous material is necessary as long as it is the final substrate. Other materials can be fastened to wood products as long as it is between the head and the wood. In this case, be sure there is enough material thickness of the fibrous material so the rivet can set properly.
Insert the rivet through a hole that passes through both materials being joined.
Using a rivet tool with the same size nosepiece as the rivet diameter, grip the mandrel and pull the trigger or lever.
The tool pulls the mandrel through the rivet, deforming the rivet's body and breaking off the excess mandrel.