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capable of arousing and holding the attention

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Such is the case of the clutch disc spacer bolt, in which its functional geometry is defined after the riveting process.
On my AK builds I use a combination of riveting and MIG welds to solidly anchor my rails in place.
The recently developed riveting process uses a separate position control loop and a position sensor to hold the location of the panel during rivet squeeze to within +/- 0.
Locate it near the edge so a C-clamp that is securing the parts can hang over the edge and not interfere with riveting.
Before beginning that part of the project, and having received tons of free advice on how rivets should be installed, Ted called a riveting company in California to ask how big to drill the holes for the 1/4-inch rivets (the size of the rivets on the original water tank).
When riveting was done by hand, large shipyards such as Cammell Laird's employed more than 100 riveting squads, each with five men.
These photos are riveting, including one by Kael Alford of a dead eight-year-old girl, killed in a US bombing raid, being washed for burial.
As an alternative to conventional riveting, liquid riveting "shrink-locks" small components, creating a strong mechanical bond.
Gesipa USA currently offers the GAV7000 an automatic riveting system, designed to feed and set break-mandrel blind rivets.
We used to be up there riveting on the fuselage and wheel wells, whistling at the 4F guys who'd come walking through the (Lockheed) plant,'' Clare said, evoking a memory that made Myrtle laugh out loud.
builds riveting machines for assembling a hangarful of different aircraft, including the Space Shuttle.
Riveting System Takes Aim At Speed And Productivity
New materials, new technology, and new product designs are making riveting a preferred process to welding.
Self-piercing riveting of high tensile strength steel and aluminium alloy sheets using conventional rivet and die," J.