How to Match & Use
Try it yourself using the pictures below as a guide. This guide provides general operations and shows examples using our Snap Plus toolset.
Before using the tool, read how to match tool parts with snaps' components.
There are three sizes of socket and stud parts are provided, which can be placed on the hole panel and matched with the purpose of the upper mold.
A variety of bottom molds are available to suit different styles of snap top parts.
In the Colorsnaps store, you can purchase a complete toolset or individual components. There are three sizes at the bottom, so it separates orange, green, and blue into each size as below:-
You may also find that all product pictures show different abbreviations and colors. Obviously, you can easily find the relevant components in the ordering page by following these instructions.
Before installation, please prepare the relevant tool components shown in the figure below. In this example, we use a snap with a size of 14 ~ 9mm for the demonstration, so the corresponding hole panel is selected and the upper and lower mold sizes are installed as a set of tools.
• Flat work bench• A towel on the table• Wooden hammer or rubber hammer • A set of Snap Plus tool suites
Insert the upper and lower molds (inclined 30 degrees) into the top and bottom mold holders, and then follow steps 1 and 2 to order. Second, knock its final position into the mold holder. * If it is tightened too much, please use a hammer to insert the mold into the holder.
Push the ejector into the back of the top plate / base of the front hole mold holder. Next, push the pin outward with your fingers and follow steps 1 and 2 as above; the die may slide out of position.
Put the prong perforated insert into the fabric. Next, place it on the bottom surface of the mold.
Place the hole panel slide on the base surface. After that, place the stud and socket assembly in the location of the hole.
Finally, place the Top Panel slider on the Hole Panel surface. Use a hammer to strike the front of the dots on the top panel. Related components can be assembled together to get the job done.