One piece heat treated tool steel jig. Use for accurate & fast drilling of rivet holes for plate nuts. Has flexible handle design. Use for both on lug (both holes on 1 side) & two lug (holes on both sides) style nut plates - K1000 & K1100 style nutplates.
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If youre installing many nut plates, these things are well worth it. Just drill the pilot hole and then use the jig to drill the rivet holes. No futzing with clamps, drill bits walking and misaligned holes. The tool part is made from hard carbon or spring steel so the drill will not wallow out the holes.
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No. These will not work with the mini nut plates.
P/N# 12-03041 is for a 6-32 thread and 12-04790 is for a 6-28 thread.
The center pin is .163 inches.
These nut plate drill jigs have a spacing between the rivets of .688" (17.46mm) -- and the spacing between the rivet and the screw is .344" (8.73mm) (same on both sides of the screw). The # 1160 jig has a pilot pin for the screw hole and the pin diameter is .139" diameter (3.53mm)
We do not offer a drilling jig for a 4-40 sized anchor nut.