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Trim Clip - Bayonet

Snap fit design used when the assembly requires a gap between the mating panels, or when there is a large distance between the mating panels.

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Trim Clip - Dart

Dart style clips are used in applications where the substrate is some distance from the mating panel, in many cases these are used to allow a wire path between two panels.

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Trim Clip - High Strength

High strength trim clips function like other snap fit designs. The added benefit is that they retain all around the blade, increasing the retentio to the blade significantly.

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Trim Clip - Right Angle

Right angle trim clips can be used to attach two parallel sheet metal surfaces.

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Trim Clip - Single-Sided

Snap fit design that self retains onto one panel and has a spring finger on one side that engages mating panel

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Trim Clip - Standard

Part that attaches two panels together by pushing onto a stud or clip tower on one panel and snapping into a hole in the other panel. Comes in several different design variations.

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Trim Clip - Tubular

Tubular shaped trim clips or stud retainers. Parts can either be preassembled onto a stud and pushed into a hole or pused into a hole and then receive the stud.