Precise Forms Pins, Wedges and Fasteners

Pins and Wedges

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Clips and Angles

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  • Pin - Standard.

    Standard Pin

    The wedge slot in a Precise Tapered Pin is milled, not swedged, for uniform quality. It is made of heat treated steel for greater strength. Click here for measurements.

  • Wedges.


    Tapered Wedges lock forms together securely. Curved Wedges offer the ability to be used in stack form operations with less worry of vibrating out when the wedge is used in a horizontal position.

  • Hooked Wedge.

    Hooked Wedge

    The “Hooked Wedge” was designed for a specific purpose to reduce the potential of injury on the rare occasion that a wedge would fly out as it is stripped. Standard wedges should be removed by placing a hand over the wedge in order to catch it when pressure is released during the of stripping forms. This tension build up can potentially cause a wedge to fly out. The J-hook design will deflect the wedge reducing the potential to fly out and strike the employee.

  • Base Tie Pin.

    Base Tie Pin

    The flat head of the Base Tie Pin permits use of regular ties when laying forms on their sides or setting against existing walls. Head thickness is 1/4".

    Base Tie Pin. Base Tie Pin.

  • Double Slotted Pin.

    Double Slotted Pin

    Double Slotted Pins are available for fillers from 1" to 8" wide.

  • Drift Pin.

    Drift Pin

    The Drift Pin is used to align two panels when the holes do not line up perfectly. Ideal for closing up the wall or steps in the footing.

  • Filler Pin with Head.

    Filler Pin with Head

    The 2" Filler Pin with Head is used in conjunction with the 2" filler form. Nail holes have been added to allow the pin to be used with 1” and 1 1/2” fillers as well.

    Filler Pin with Head used with 1 inch filler. Filler Pin with Head used with 1.5 inch filler. Filler Pin with Head used with 2 inch filler.

  • Pax Pin.

    Pax Pin

    The Pax Pin is a little longer than the standard pin and allows up to a 1/2” spacer to be used.

  • Pin Keeper.

    Pin Keeper

    The Pin Keeper offers speed and security when using loose hardware. It provides the benefits of attached hardware at a greatly reduced cost. The loose hardware is captured when locked in position and increases ease of form stripping.

  • Coil Bolt.

    Coil Bolt

    The Coil Bolt is designed with large threads for extra speed and strength. They are available in lengths of 2” and 4”. Special lengths are available upon request.

  • Base Tie Pin, Aluminum.

    Base Tie Pin, Aluminum

    The Aluminum Base Tie Pin is used for laydown applications.

  • Drift Punch.

    Drift Punch

    The Drift Punch is used to help align forms in tight situations allowing the pin to easily be placed.

  • Pin Pusher.

    Pin Pusher

    The use of attached hardware sometimes leads to the locking pin penetrating into an inside corner rather than projecting out of the Inside Corner. This tool allows for easy removal of pins with leverage pushing the pin out rather than attempting strike it with a hammer. The nose of the pin pusher is cupped to assist in remaining in position on the tip of the pin.

  • Aligner Clip. Aligner Clip.

    Aligner Clip

    The Aligner Clip replaces the pin and wedge in a stack form situation. It eliminates concern of wedges falling out.

  • Panel Clip. Panel Clip.

    Panel Clip

    The Panel Clip is an option to loose hardware. This is an alternative to using a 2 piece loose hardware process without the cost of permanent attached hardware. It creates a positive lock with a one piece hardware product.

  • Deck Clamp. Deck Clamp.

    Deck Clamp

    The Deck Clamp is used to quickly connect forms in a deck situation. Place the pin into the hole and lock into place with a single hammer blow. Removal is just as simple.

  • Cap Clip. Cap Clip.

    Cap Clip

    This provides for the same opportunity of extending the wall height with the use of lumber on the top of the form, this is typically a 1 time use item. However with care several reuses may be possible.

  • Cap Bracket.

    Cap Bracket

    Cap Brackets are used in conjunction with lumber to extend the wall height. The cap bracket has a 90 degree angle used as a seat for the lumber and a pin attached that is locked down through the pin hole in the end rail of the form. This provides for the ability to pull out some of the potential bowing that can be inherent in lumber.

  • Cap Bracket. Cap Bracket.

    The Cap Bracket can also be used to create wood fillers to allow pipes or other objects to pass through the wall without damaging your forms.

  • Angle Clip 90 degree with pin.

    Angle Clips

    The Angle Clip is designed for making an outside corner in conjunction with fillers. Precise Forms can produce outside corner Angle Clips to most any desired angle. Available in 90 degree with pin, 90 degree, 45 degree, and 30 degree.

    Angle Clip 90 degree. Angle Clip 45 degree. Angle Clip 30 degree.