Blind rivet bolt combines screw and nut for faster assembly

March 3, 2014
The Leankeasy blind rivet bolt from Clufix, Cluses, France, crimps the nut as a screw is turned to lock two metal sheets or plastic parts together. This makes installation a one-step process and only a single fastening component is needed. Installation requires no special equipment. By reducing the number of parts and assembly steps, installation costs are 35% lower than with traditional blind rivets.

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