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CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long 1/2”- 1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners

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Part Number: CBXEL-BF5/16

Color: Black Diameter: 5/16” Drill Size: 5/16” Grip Range: 1/2”-1 1/2”

CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long 1/2”- 1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners Description

Unleash Your Productivity with CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long (CBXEL) 1/2”-1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners – The Power-Operated (CB) Series

The CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long (CBXEL) 1/2”-1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners in the power-operated (CB) series are engineered to transform fastening processes, eliminating the frustrations of fastener/tool orientation problems and drastically reducing installation and removal time. A double lead thread design further enhances their efficiency, while the larger bearing area ensures they excel on both composite and metallic surfaces, making them the ultimate solution for all fastening needs.

The power-operated design of the CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long (CBXEL) 1/2”-1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners in the CB series empowers professionals to achieve seamless and precise fastening results. These fasteners streamline the assembly process, enhancing productivity and minimizing downtime in various industries.

The double lead thread design is the driving force behind the CB series’ efficiency. As fasteners are applied and removed, the thread design ensures smooth and consistent movements, saving valuable time and eliminating guesswork during fastening tasks.

The larger bearing area of the CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long (CBXEL) 1/2”-1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners in the CB series showcases their versatility. Whether working with composite materials or metallic surfaces, these fasteners provide unparalleled grip and stability, making them an indispensable tool in countless applications.

Technical Specifications

Additional information

Cleco Fastener Type

Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners

Cleco Fastener Length

Extra Long

Color

Black

Diameter

5/16''

Drill Size

5/16''

Grip Range

1/2''-1 1/2''

Equivalent Part Numbers

Monogram: CBEXL-F5/16

CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long 1/2”- 1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners Description

Unleash Your Productivity with CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long (CBXEL) 1/2”-1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners – The Power-Operated (CB) Series The CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long (CBXEL) 1/2”-1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners in the power-operated (CB) series are engineered to transform fastening processes, eliminating the frustrations of fastener/tool orientation problems and drastically reducing installation and removal time. A double lead thread design further enhances their efficiency, while the larger bearing area ensures they excel on both composite and metallic surfaces, making them the ultimate solution for all fastening needs. The power-operated design of the CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long (CBXEL) 1/2”-1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners in the CB series empowers professionals to achieve seamless and precise fastening results. These fasteners streamline the assembly process, enhancing productivity and minimizing downtime in various industries. The double lead thread design is the driving force behind the CB series’ efficiency. As fasteners are applied and removed, the thread design ensures smooth and consistent movements, saving valuable time and eliminating guesswork during fastening tasks. The larger bearing area of the CBXEL-BF5/16 Extra Long (CBXEL) 1/2”-1 1/2” Grip Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners in the CB series showcases their versatility. Whether working with composite materials or metallic surfaces, these fasteners provide unparalleled grip and stability, making them an indispensable tool in countless applications.

Additional information

Cleco Fastener Type

Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners

Cleco Fastener Length

Extra Long

Color

Black

Diameter

5/16''

Drill Size

5/16''

Grip Range

1/2''-1 1/2''

Equivalent Part Numbers

Monogram: CBEXL-F5/16

Additional Cleco Fastener Information

How To Use Cylindrical Body Clecos

Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners, also known as spring or skin Clecos, are widely used in situations where materials need to be held together temporarily before the final fastening method is applied. Here is a general guide on how to use these fasteners:

Mark your material: Start by marking the points on the material where you want the Cleco Fasteners to be placed.

Drill the holes: Use an appropriate drill bit to drill a hole at each marked point. Make sure the hole size corresponds with the size of your Cleco Fasteners.

Prepare the Cleco fastener: Spring-type Cleco Fasteners are operated using a special Cleco pliers. When the pliers are applied, it compresses the spring and opens the fastener’s jaws.

Insert the Cleco fastener: Once the Cleco is opened, insert the fastener into the drilled hole. The jaws should be on the underside of the material, gripping it from beneath.

Release the Cleco pliers: Once the Cleco is in the hole, release the pliers. The spring mechanism will close the jaws and clamp the material securely.

Check the alignment: With the Cleco in place, you can verify that your material is aligned correctly. If not, you can use the Cleco pliers to remove the fastener, adjust the materials, and then reapply the Cleco.

Repeat for additional Clecos: If you’re using more than one Cleco fastener, repeat this process for each one.

Remove the Clecos: Once you have secured the material with your permanent fasteners (like rivets or screws), use the Cleco pliers to remove the Cleco Fasteners.

Remember to use the correct size Cleco for your material and project. An improperly sized Cleco can cause damage to your material or provide insufficient holding force.

Uses for Cylindrical Body Clecos

25 Specific Uses For Cylindrical Body Cleco Fasteners

  1. Aircraft Skin Assembly: Fastening together the skin panels of an aircraft during assembly before riveting.
  2. Small Boat Construction: Holding together panels of a small aluminum boat during assembly.
  3. Race Car Panel Assembly: Aligning and holding panels in place during a race car’s construction.
  4. Bicycle Frame Alignment: Temporarily securing tubes and joints in place when building a custom bicycle frame.
  5. Musical Instrument Manufacturing: Holding pieces of a brass or woodwind instrument together during assembly.
  6. Jewelry Making: Keeping metal pieces aligned during the assembly of larger custom jewelry pieces.
  7. Electronic Enclosure Assembly: Holding together panels of electronic enclosures before final assembly.
  8. Miniature Model Assembly: Securing small, thin pieces in model aircraft, ships, or architectural models.
  9. Automotive Bodywork: Aligning sheet metal before final riveting or welding in car restoration projects.
  10. Custom Motorcycle Build: Temporarily holding bodywork in place before final assembly.
  11. Computer Case Modding: Fastening custom panels together before final assembly.
  12. Custom Furniture Building: Keeping metal sections aligned before final attachment.
  13. Precision Sheet Metal Work: Holding thin metal sheets together during detailed assembly.
  14. Small Metal Artwork Projects: Holding small pieces together in delicate metalworking art projects.
  15. HVAC System Installation: Securing pieces together during the assembly of HVAC systems.
  16. Radio-Controlled Vehicle Builds: Temporarily holding together sections of RC cars, boats, or planes during assembly.
  17. Motorcycle Exhaust Assembly: Holding together sections of custom exhaust pipes before final welding.
  18. Metal Sculpture: Keeping small pieces aligned during the assembly of detailed metal sculptures.
  19. Custom Kitchen Hood Vent Assembly: Holding together sections of a custom hood vent before riveting.
  20. Metal Toolbox Construction: Holding together parts of a metal toolbox during assembly.
  21. Precision Metalwork Prototyping: Keeping prototype components aligned during initial assembly.
  22. Automotive Part Restoration: Holding together sections of automotive parts during restoration.
  23. Repairing Metal Fencing: Temporarily securing sections of metal fence for alignment before final attachment.
  24. DIY Metal Projects: Holding together components in a variety of home DIY metal projects.
  25. Installation of Metal Stair Railings: Keeping parts aligned during assembly before final attachment.

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