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Using Brads for Cold Connections

Using hole punch pliers, punch a hole in the metal sheet, lay the finding over the hole then insert brad.

Riveting With a Tube or Crimp Tube

Riveting is a cold-joining process, bringing two pieces of something, in this case metal, together. This type of rivet is like a grommet where the flared ends hold the layers together and the tube forms a hole that passes through all the layers....

Riveting With a Wire Rivet

Riveting is a cold-joining process, bringing two pieces of something, in this case metal, together. A wire rivet is formed into a nail-like head on each end, with the layers to be joined sandwiched in between then held in place.

Using Brads and Washers on Leather

After punching a hole in the leather, lay the washer or component over the hole and push the brad through both pieces.

How to Use the Eyelet and Rivet Setting Tool

Secure hole-punch tool in bench vise. You will be using the left (larger) punch side of the punch tool.

How to Use the Adaptable Eyelet and Rivet Tool Set

Turn bottom jaw thumbscrew counter clockwise to loosen.Insert desired interchangeable setting into bottom jaw (spring loaded side).Turn thumbscrew clockwise to tighten.

Using Rivets and the Rivet Setting Tool

Use hole-punch pliers to punch hole in leather at desired position.

3x3 Hole Punch

See how easy it is to make evenly spaced holes with smooth, clean edges using the 3x3 hole punch jewelry-making tool in this product showcase. Six hole punch sizes make this a versatile tool when creating accurate holes for cold connections.
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