Self-clinching studs are pressed into sheets upwards of a thickness of 0.5 mm. They usually have a thread. The stud is pushed into a free-flowing material in the area of the hole. The displaced material flows into a special undercut in the shaft area. Serration or knurling prevents distortion of the stud.
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Sales of welding screws and welding studs for tip ignition and short cycle, as well as screw-and-washer assembles and other cold-formed parts
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Self-clinching studs are available in various materials:
- Galvanised steel
- Steel with finish to suit customer requirements
- Stainless steel (A2)