Spring Pins

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Spring Pins, or Roll Pins as they are also called, are hollow, headless pins that are slit longitudinally, having controlled length with chamfered ends, formed to a diameter somewhat greater than that of the hole into which it is to be assembled.

Spring pins will hold its position in an assembly by a predetermined spring tension. Springs pins are economical because they can simplify product design by replacing more expensive fasteners such as taper pins, set screws and straight pins.