rivet (something) onto (something)

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rivet (something) onto (something)

To attach or fasten something very securely to something else, with or as with rivets. We'll need to rivet a new handle onto the door as soon as possible. They riveted a makeshift ladder onto the side of the house.
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Once the frame was welded together, 040" aluminum sheeting was riveted onto it to form the skin.
The panels were then bent into the proper contour using rollers and then riveted onto the interior frame of the roof.
His latest, Violet Blonde, has a gold plaque debossed with the Tom Ford logo and the scent's name riveted onto the ribbed bottle front.
To help eliminate places where food can collect, the stainless-steel motor should also be marked with an etched nameplate, as opposed to one that is bolted or riveted onto the housing.
The cut-steel studs were either screwed or riveted onto a metal backplate - the rivets can be clearly seen on the back of the buckles shown here.