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Button Mold BACKS (No Dent Nail)

Button Mold BACKS (No Dent Nail)

Metal Spring Washer (for Prong Buttons)

Metal Spring Washer (for Prong Buttons)

Button Mold BACKS (Prong/Clinch)

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Available in different sizes - Button Mold BACKS (Prong/Clinch) NSW
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Description Also known as clinch buttons or split backs and are great for high speed production. Used on headboards, bars, restaurant booths and wide range of furniture styles. Very effective for pre-tufting of covers before attachment to the furniture frame. Round edge helps prevent holes from enlarging after application. Wire is precision tempered. Just the right hardness to keep prongs from pulling out, yet easy for your installer to bend. Leg is longer for ease of bending. Staked edges are rounded to prevent material from tearing. Prong wire is solidly staked to collet for safety and ease of installation.

Prong Length:

63.5mm (2½ inch)

Available in U.S. Sizing only:

  • Size 22L (approx 14mm button diameter)
  • Size 30L (approx 19mm button diameter)
  • Size 36L (approx 23mm button diameter)

Pack Sizes:

100 pieces, 1000 pieces

The system used for measuring button sizes originates from an ancient French calculation that is called "Lignes" and should not be confused with millimetres.