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A red hot rod of steel would be put into a hole of the metal to be riveted and then the cup of this hammer placed over the end and then struck with a larger hammer to set the rivet and dome the head over.
Even brittle or fragile materials can be riveted since small forces are involved in the process, and the high speed of liquid riveting leaves heat-sensitive materials undamaged.