Attaching RiveDrill To Your Drill (Any Brand)
A) Insert drive shaft (1) into drill chuck in the same manner as a drill bit. B) Tighten chuck.
C) Set your drill to reverserotation. Depress the trigger switch until you hear a “clicking” sound from the RiveDrill.
D) Insert a rivet into the nosepiece, ensuring that the sizeof the rivet matches the sizeof the nose piece. Do not force rivet into RiveDrill as thiscould cause damage.
E) Set your drill to forward rotation (low speed). Insert the rivet fully into your workpiece.Apply firm pressure to the drill and depress the trigger switch until the rivet pops.
F) To remove the rivetsmandrel from the RiveDrill,set your drill to reverse rotation and depress the trigger switch until the mandrel is releasedfrom the nose piece.
Recommended rivet sizes and rivet materials suitable for use with the RiveDrill Table 1 and Table 2. WARNING: Using rivet sizes and
materials not shown in these tables may damage theRiveDrill and will not be covered by the warranty.
Do not use rivets "Z" greater than 30mm
To "Z" greater than30mm using model "RiveDrill HP”(career maximun traction 30mm)
Substituting Nose Pieces
First, eliminating pressure between jaws and nose piece.Seconds, remove the nose piece. Each nose piece for each rivet. Third, jaws move forward.
Operating RiveDrill in Corners
When applying rivets it is important to ensure that the mandrel is completely inside the nose piece of RiveDrill. This is especially important when applying rivets in corners or tight areas where it is not possible to keep RiveDrill perpendicular to the worpiece. Following this procedure will ensure the longevity of the jaws. Failure to do so may cause damage to the jaws.