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riveter

[ ri-vi-ter ]
/ ˈrɪ vɪ tər /
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noun
a person whose job it is to fasten things by means of rivets, or metal pins:In building the hull of an iron ship, the work previously done by one man is now divided up among platers, riveters, drillers, and so forth.
a machine or tool designed to fasten things by means of rivets: I attached the rack with a pop riveter so that it can handle more weight than would be possible using the double-sided tape.
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