A metallic pin with a head, used for uniting two plates or pieces of material together, by passing it through them and then beating or pressing down the point so that it shall spread out and form a second head; a pin or bolt headed or clinched at both ends.
To fasten with a rivet, or with rivets; as, to rivet two pieces of iron.
To spread out the end or point of, as of a metallic pin, rod, or bolt, by beating or pressing, so as to form a sort of head.
Hence, to fasten firmly; to make firm, strong, or immovable; as, to rivet friendship or affection.
A rivet is a headed metal fastener of malleable material used to join parts of structures and machines by inserting the shanks through the aligned hole in each piece and forming a head on the headless end by upsetting.
Used to permanently fix two or more sheets of metal together. Search for metal rivet books on Amazon.co.uk
a double headed pin that runs through the end of the sticks and guards in both folding and brise’ fans to anchor sticks. Some rivets have jewels.
A metal pin that is passed through holes in two or more plates and then re-formed under pressure. The rivets hold the parts firmly together.
heavy pin having a head at one end and the other end being hammered flat after being passed through holes in the pieces that are fastened together
a cylindrical body called a shank with a head
a cylindrical fastener which fits through a tight-fitting hole
a metal bolt/pin having a head on one end, inserted through aligned holes in the pieces to be joined and then hammered on the plain end so as to form a second head
a metal pin used to hold two or more metal sheets, plates, or pieces of material together
a short metal pin or bolt having a head on one end, inserted through aligned holes in two pieces of metal to be joined and then hammered on the narrow end so as to flatten it, forming a second head
A metal pin, or fastening, with both ends clenched, or peened over, often over washers and done while hot.
A short piece of round iron ticrhtly connecting two or more thicknesses of metal, and having, when in place, a head at each end.
a headed pin or bolt of metal used for uniting two or more pieces by passing the shank through a hole in each piece and then beating or pressing down the plain end so as to make a second head.
(n) A permanent mechanical fastener, consisting of a smooth metal shaft with a head. Rivets are placed in the part and held in place by spreading the tip protruding through the material.
metal bolt used to hold things together
a pin that is headed on both ends to hold pieces of metal together
(1) To connect two or more pieces of material by inserting in a hole through them a metal pin with a head on one end of it, and then forming a second head on the other end; (2) The connecting pin itself.
A metal pin with two flat heads used to join or reinforce a connection point. Usually used on pockets.
A metal accessory that is used for both reinforcement of stress points and for nonfunctional ornamentation.
A metal pin with a head on one end and inserted through pieces of material to be joined together and then hammered on the other end to form a head on the other side. Rivets are often used on handbags to reinforce the looped ends of a shoulder strap or carrying handle where it attaches to the main body of the bag, or at corners where several pieces of leather or other material come together such as at the top corner of a compartment divider where it attaches to an exterior panel. An example of a rivet on a handbag Made by - BALLY photo provided by substatic An example of a rivet on a handbag Made by - DOONEY & BOURKE photo provided by substatic An example of a rivet on a handbag Made by - FENDI photo provided by substatic An example of a rivet on a handbag Made by - GHURKA photo provided by substatic An example of a rivet on a handbag Made by - MCM photo provided by substatic
A rivet is a nail or bolt for holding metal plates together.
A metal pin with two flat heads used to join or reinforce a connection point. Gap frequently uses rivets around the pockets of jeans.
A metal bolt or pin with a head on one end used to fasten layers together ¡¡by being inserted through holes.
A short metal stud which is tapped into a drilled hole and connected to a short sling or hanger. Rivets are used as protection on aid routes and hold the body weight of a climber, even in very shallow holes.
A metal fastener used to permanently hold two pieces of material together. The rivet is inserted through holes in the material and the end is deformed to hold it in place.
A rivet is a mechanical fastener consisting of a smooth cylindrical shaft with heads on either end, the second one formed in position. The heads are somewhat larger than the diameter of the hole into which the rivet has been inserted. Generally one head is factory formed.