Clinch Standoffs

A cylindrical fastener with a low-profile, hexagon-shaped head. The end opposite the head is internally threaded. It is considered a "blind" fastener because the threaded section does not extend through the entire length of the standoff. Immediately below the head is a slight indentation that extends completely around the item's circumference. This indentation, or groove, provides the clinching action when the part is pressed through a properly-sized hole in sheet metal.

The standoff becomes permanently set when squeezed into place into a proper size drilled or punched hole. After it is pressed into place, the standoff forms a flush surface with the sheet metal.

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