I never thought of using art work to simulate windows!
thanks ultane. That makes sense. How does one determine the correct bit size based on the nomenclature of the specifications of the rivet.....?
for example Shadetreemech posted a link to Amazon for this:
Ribbed "K" Series Rivet Nuts - Material: Steel-Yellow Zinc, Thread Size: 8-32 UNC, Grip Range: .080-.130, 100 Piece Box
which of these numbers determines the correct drill bit size? (.080-.130? is this millimeters?) how does that translate to bit size? why is it a range? seems like the tolerance would have to be pretty exact in order for it to work.
anyone with satisfactory results with these fasteners? I think Orton used a similar device to fix his rear handles?