Self-clinching standoffs

The standoffs are a versatile family of fasteners designed to maintain a fixed gap between two panels by static fixing. Depending on the application requirements, they are either cut from rigid rod in round or hexagonal sections or formed from round wire. Stud standoffs have an external thread, while those with internal fixings have an internal thread like a nut. Some SNAP-TOP® or KEYHOLE® stands may dispense with threads to solve specific application problems.