Ball Studs and Clips

BS13 – Swage–in Ball Studs

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Thread

Sheet 1
Thickness
Length
Code
L
±.010
S
±.005
Anvil
A
.025-.051421.421.328.313
.052-.078447.447.354.339
.079-.105473.473.380.365
.106-.132499.499.406.391
.133-.159525.525.432.417
.160-.187551.551.458.443
.177-.203570.570.477.462
.230-.256625.625.532.517

Length

Sheet 2 ThicknessShank
Length
Code
T
±.003
Sheet
B
Swage-InFlare-In
Min.
.031.095A.075.015
.062.125B.105.035
.094.155C.135.065
.125.185D.165.095
.187.250E.230.160
.250.310F.290.220

Material

Material
Code
Material DescriptionFinish
Code
Finish Description
SS300-Series Stainless SteelPPassivated and/or Tested per ASTM A 967

Thread

Sheet 1
Thickness
Length
Code
L
±.010
S
±.005
Anvil
A
0.64-1.3042110.698.337.95
1.31-1.9844711.358.998.61
1.99-2.6747312.019.659.27
2.68-3.3549912.6710.319.93
3.36-4.0452513.3410.9710.59
4.05-4.7555114.0011.6311.25
.177-.203570.570.477.462
.230-.256625.625.532.517

Length

Sheet 2 ThicknessShank
Length
Code
T
±.003
Sheet
B
Swage-InFlare-In
Min.
.031.095A.075.015
.062.125B.105.035
.094.155C.135.065
.125.185D.165.095
.187.250E.230.160
.250.310F.290.220

Material

Material
Code
Material DescriptionFinish
Code
Finish Description
SS300-Series Stainless SteelPPassivated and/or Tested per ASTM A 967

SWAGE–IN INSTALLATION

  1. Prepare the sheet as shown for swage–in installation.
  2. Insert the ball stud into recessed anvil and place sheet hole over ball stud shank.
  3. Squeeze the ball stud between parallel and concentric anvil and punch. Swage the ball stud shank using light pressure. Anvil should be made from hardened steel. Punch may be ordered using PENCOM part number TL1197.

FLARE–IN INSTALLATION

  1. Prepare the sheet as shown for flare–in installation.
  2. Insert the ball stud into recessed anvil and place sheet hole over ball stud shank.
  3. Squeeze the ball stud between parallel and concentric anvil and punch. Flare the ball stud shank into the sheet countersink using light pressure. Punch flare angle should match the sheet countersink angle. Anvil and punch should be made from hardened steel.