The Starrett B565G brass drive pin punch has a 4″ overall length with a 1″ pin length and 1/4″ pin diameter to push pins and rivets into or out of a workpiece. The punch is made from brass, which is softer than hardened steel and better for use on delicate materials. It has a round shank, which is knurled for grip.
Pin punches are used to insert or knock out rivets and pins in assemblies. They have a metal shank on one end and a metal pin driver on the other, and are typically tapped with a hammer.
The L.S. Starrett Company manufactures precision measuring tools, metrology and testing equipment, and saw blade products. The company, founded in 1880, is headquartered in Athol, MA.
Brass drive pin punch with 4″ overall length, 1″ pin length, and 1/4″ pin diameter pushes pins and rivets into or out of a workpiece
Brass is softer than hardened steel and better for use on delicate materials
Round shank is knurled for grip