A clinch stud is a type of fastener that is designed to be attached to a sheet metal panel or other thin material. It consists of a stud or shaft with a head on one end and a series of prongs or fingers on the other end. To install a clinch stud, the prongs are inserted through a hole in the panel and then bent over or clinched onto the back side of the panel. This creates a strong, permanent connection that can withstand vibration and torque. Clinch studs are often used in applications where a secure hold is necessary, such as in the assembly of automotive and aerospace components. They are available in a variety of materials, including steel, stainless steel, and aluminium, and can be used with a variety of panel thicknesses and hole sizes.
All Dimensions are in inches
|SR NO.||SIZE||SHEET THICKNESS||HEAD OD (H) +/-0.4||HEAD THICKNESS (S) MAX|
|ALL SIZE LENGTH (L) TOLERANCE +/- 0.4|
Note : Other Threading (Unified ) and special length are also available on request. Please check the stock before placing an order. Example for finding out an article No, of M3 x 10 mm Steel Stud is KFH-M3 -10Request Quote