Accessories for Type 1
The Button marker accessory helps to quickly and accurately align the Button-fix installation, reducing the need for measuring and marking out. Snap a marker into each Fix, then position the second panel and press firmly. The marker points will leave indents in the panel surface, which can be used as pilot guides for the Buttons.
The router Multijig helps when machining the oval recesses required for rebated configurations of Button-fix. The Multijig frame is clear acrylic, so that you can see the workpiece below, and has etched guide marks. It is supplied with two interchangeable stainless steel plates to suit the Type 1, Type 1 Bonded and Type 1 Flush Fixes.
Fix-pad (for Type 1 bonded)
Self-adhesive Fix-pads for the Type 1 Bonded are ideal for light duty applications where speed of assembly is important. For the best results we advise that the Fixes are used in the rebated configuration.
Accessories for Type 2
The Fix marker accessory helps with the accurate installation of Type 2 Button-fix. Assemble the marker onto a Fix with a Button to correctly align the Button-fix to the panel edge. Then position the removable panel and press firmly. The marker points will leave indents in the panel surface, which can be used as pilot guides for the Fixes.
The Safety Cord should be used in all applications of Type 2 Button-fix where safety is an issue. On a vertical panel install two Safety Cords, one to each Fix in the top corners. An additional Button is required to capture the loop on the Safety Cord. To remove the panel completely, ease the loop on the Safety Cord off the Button.
All accessories must be ordered separately from the Button-fixes. For full details of how to use the accessories with each Button-fix Type, download the relevant instructions from the Resources page on this website.