By tightening, the outer diameter is enlarged and it is a mechanism that it meshes firmly in the prepared hole and is fixed. Although it is hard to understand even by describing it with characters, you can understand the principle when you actually do it. The surface thickness (flange side) after finish is as thin as about 0.5 mm. It is very useful for playing screw holes with narrow parts. Although there is no description of the difference from blind nut and crimp nut, guessing it is felt that this is suitable for use for inserting into a deep hole. For the blind nut etc, the back side bulges greatly and clamps from both sides and fixes it, because this is because the outside side of the bottom side does not rise almost but enlarges the outside diameter of the under hole part and fixes it. When using it for thin plate, inexpensive crimp nut etc is good.
Replacement of Almondair's closer construction nut
On 2017-08-29 22:53:48
The explanatory sentence is unkind. It is a way to fix it on a thin plate, but there is no fixing method written. In the first place, how to use outside specifications? Did you think that it could be fixed on the inside (inside) of Armidor? What? What?