Ryan Swanson of Pro Spot discusses Pro Spot’s all-new rivet and bonding station.
The differences between rivet bonding, adhesive bonding and weld bonding.
We discuss rivet bonding and why it’s growing in popularity as a collision repair method.
Bud Center of I-CAR discusses the basics of rivet bonding, a growing technical area of collision repair work.
Pro Spot International recently announced their All-New Riveting and Bonding Mobile Workstation. It offers everything the tech needs to complete those riveting and adhesive jobs in one versatile unit. The workstation has 6 heavy duty locking drawers that hold all of the rivet and bonding tools. Most are foam lined and designated for Pro Spot’s
The automatic air-powered riveter is designed to perform common riveting tasks in modern body shops including self-piercing rivets and standard flow form rivets.
Dent Fix announced it has released a new video on its Blind Rivet Adapter DF-SPR/BRAD.
Dent Fix Equipment announced that its SPR Riveters can now install blind rivets with the Blind Rivet Adapter (DF-SPR/BRAD).
As we see more aluminum enter our industry, along with hybrid construction materials, we’ll see a lot more rivets being used.
The repair tool puts out 10 metric tons of compression force, which is plenty of power to install new rivets or press out existing rivets in the thick steel and aluminum in truck cabs, according to Chief.
Chief states that the PNP90 is the only rivet gun in the Ford F-150 Collision Repair Program that is pneumatically driven to provide maximum rivet consistency.