Figure 10-13.Glove fasteners.
eyelet, as illustrated in figure 10-13. The socket
and button are matched to form the snap. The
stud and eyelet form the part to which the socket
and button snap.
Figure 10-14.Durable dot fastener installation.
Cut a hole the size of the collar of the button
and insert the button in the material. Place the
correct chuck and die into either a foot-or hand-
operated press, as shown in figures 10-6 and 10-7.
The die is the lower and the chuck is the upper
tool, as shown in figure 10-14. Fit the socket to
the chuck, as shown in figure 10-14. Lay the
button in the die and complete the attachment by
depressing the handle or foot pedal. Cut the
proper size hole in the material to receive the
eyelet. Place the correct chuck and die in the press.
Insert the collar of the eyelets through the hole
from the back of the material. Fit the stud into
the chuck. Lay the eyelet on the die and complete
Cut a hole the proper size for the collar of the
glove fastener button. Insert the button in the
material and place the socket over the collar of
the button. Make an indentation in a wooden
Figure 10-15.Flaring button collar.
block for holding the head of the button. Flare
the collar of the button slightly with a center
punch, as shown in figure 10-15. Flatten the collar
of the button with a solid drive pin punch.
Assemble and install the stud and eyelet on the
other pieces of material so the base of the eyelet
is on the backside of the material. Flare and
flatten the collar of the eyelet in a manner similar
to the installation of the button and socket.
THREE-WAY LOCKING FASTENERS
There are times when you need to use a snap
fastener that has extra security. When you must
have this type of fastener, you should use either
the three-way locking snap or the curtain fastener.
THREE-WAY LOCKING SNAPS
The three-way locking snap is stocked in one
size onlyregular. It is used on fight clothing,