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    Brass bar stock is cheap enough, I suspect you could knock out a few dozen in an hour once you have the tooling and a procedure set for your lathe.

    The topic title does lead one to think down a riveting specific mechanical route ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicniner View Post
    Brass bar stock is cheap enough, I suspect you could knock out a few dozen in an hour once you have the tooling and a procedure set for your lathe.

    The topic title does lead one to think down a riveting specific mechanical route ;-)
    You are correct the OP was looking for an off the shelf solution and your method is proven so it looks like the best choice in that regard, have my doubts about the rivet method only because of the wall thickness of the hollow rivet, the method i offered puts no strain @ all on the PCB. if OP sends me some of the inserts i pointed too i will gladly machine them to the size required.
    regards
    Mike

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