plastic "push rivets"??

Curt @ Atari Museum curt at atarimuseum.com
Wed Apr 13 16:17:20 CDT 2005


Jay,

   Check with Rick over at smallrobot.com as those rivets you described 
were used on the Androbot TOPO robots in the 80's, Rick has developed a 
mini version of the TOPO that he sells and he may have tracked down a 
source for those rivets.


Curt


Jay West wrote:

> I'm not sure what these things are called... but I need some. I'm 
> calling them plastic "push rivets", where a plastic plunger pushes 
> through a collar with 3 or 4 plastic legs. These legs break off.
>
> All the ones I've seen so far are a pretty common size. However, the 
> ones I need two of at the moment are slightly smaller than that. 
> Specifically, these are the two plastic push rivets from an HP 264X 
> terminal that hold the metal cover over the CRT.
>
> Anyone ever find a source for these? Both my local electronics places 
> came up empty.
>
> Regards,
>
> Jay West
>
>
>


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