With riveting, we rapidly and permanently join two metal parts, using a rivet. This allows for assemblies of hardened heat treated or different alloy metals to produce finished components of varying dimensions and materials. A straight metal piece, with a previously formed head, is inserted tail-first through precisely punched holes in both parts. The tail end is then pounded or otherwise altered to form a second head, which allows the rivet to expand, completely filling the space and fastening the assembly at both ends. Our riveting capabilities include both spin (orbital) riveting and impact riveting.