Semi-tubular rivets for riveting thin metals and elastic and fragile elements
We, at Zakrajšek d.o.o. in addition to bolts, axles, and metric screws, also produce a variety of custom rivets such as semi-tubular rivets. Semi-tubular rivets are manufactured to order, with the use of different materials: iron (Fe), copper (Cu), brass (CuZn), and aluminum (Al). The diameter of rivets ranges from Ø 2mm to Ø 7 mm and they can measure up to 70 mm in length.Tubular and semi-tubular rivets are used for riveting thin metals and elastic and fragile elements, such as rubber, leather, ceramics, and paper. They are especially used for binding elements, which can withstand only small riveting forces. Semi-tubular rivets are, in comparison with solid rivets, lighter and easier to rivet, due to a hole in their stem. Such rivets are also used for binding rotating elements.
The leather industry uses rivets for leather and the cardboard goods industry uses rivets for paper. Rivets can be found as a binding element in household appliances and they are extensively used in the electrical industry.
Rivets for leather – for a different appearance of your clothes and footwear
Solid and semi-tubular rivets for leather are an excellent way to spice up your leather clothing. The combination of leather and rivets is really special, but we do need to be careful not to use them in excess. Rivets for leather can be used to decorate bags and purses, especially to bind purse handles or leather belts.
Semi-tubular rivets for paper can be used for decorative or binding purposes
Semi-tubular rivets can be used for cardboard goods - in the production of various greeting cards or invitations, and as a binding element in assembling various decorations made out of paper. Decorative rivets for paper can be made of different materials and colors and are available in different shapes.
Semi-tubular rivets can also be used for decorative purposes. Such rivets can be used for textiles, leather, and paper. Visit our website and take a look at our range of rivets.