The rivet screw is a stud that is turned by a lathe in the rivet stud industry. Its material is generally stainless steel and carbon steel, as well as copper. The copper material can be divided into H59 copper and H62 copper. Stainless steel is divided into stainless steel SUS304 and stainless steel SUS303 or SUS302. Carbon steel is generally said to be easy to cut iron. It is an iron rod that is easy to turn. The rivet screw is a fastener used on sheet metal.
The rivet screw is derived from the special hardware parts produced by the company such as PEM/TEXRON in the United States for the telecommunications industry, sheet metal industry, electronic appliances and other products. The domestically produced rivet screws are all produced according to the PEM standard, and the shape is round. Head and hex head. Moreover, the rivet screws have two standards, metric and American, and the specific ridges are the same as ordinary fasteners.