rivet hole

rivet hole

A hole through which a rivet is driven.
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The sheath can be hung around the neck by adding a length of chain, leather, or cord though the bottom rivet hole located on the base.
This paper presents an application of parametric finite element modeling, in the case of a lap joint with one rivet and a symmetrical crack developed at the rivet hole in one strip.
Instead of drilling straight through (and maybe missing the rivet hole on the sleeve's other
Photo: Using rivet hole in shovel neck as a guide, drill through new handle (left); insert new rivet and flatten end (right)
The round mandrel will be needed only for the center rivet hole in the front trunnion; the remaining rivets can be backed up with flat blocks of steel.
Level 2, one of which was sent to SHOTGUN NEWS for test and evaluation has the channel machined out and a rivet hole drilled to accommodate the installation of a military-type feed ramp plate, which permits the use of standard AK-type magazines in the rifle.
An aircraft outer skin panel could have more than 200 rivet holes and the panel undergoes shape change after flight.
More than 3,000 rivet holes had to be pilot drilled, cleaned up, pinned, drilled out to the correct diameter, cleaned up and pinned again before they are finally counter sunk and cleaned up for a final time.
Holes in the lower rails are supposed to align with the cross-member rivet holes in the receiver.
Because rivet holes create opportunities for stress cracks to form, the elimination of rivet holes and the strength provided by the FSW welded joint provides an airframe that is three times stronger than a traditional riveted airframe.
She thought that four rivet holes and block that had been uncovered beneath a layer of soil might just fit a piece that had been cleaned and put away weeks earlier.