The earliest rivets were small studs made of wood or bone, and the earliest metal body could be the ancestor of the rivet we know.
There is no doubt that they are the oldest method of known metal connections, dating back to the original use of malleable metals, for example: The Bronze Age the Egyptians riveted the six wooden fans outside the slotted wheels with rivets, and the Greeks succeeded in casting the large statue with bronze, and then riveted the parts together.
1916, when the British aircraft manufacturing Company's H. When v Wright first got a patented blind rivet that could be riveted on one side, it was hardly expected that the rivet would be so widely used. From aerospace to office machines, electronics and playground equipment, this blind rivet has now become an effective and robust mechanical connection method. Equipment and invented, hollow rivet What time invented, people are not very clear, but the horse is in 9th century or 10th century between the invention came out. The riveting horse, like the horseshoe with the nails, freed the slaves from the heavy labor, and the rivet also triggered many important inventions, such as iron pliers for the copper and iron workers and sheep's wool and scissors.