For many aerospace missions, the movement of the aircraft or the vibrations across certain systems threaten to disturb or displace parts that must be stabilized. The main solution employed to steady important parts is to use a fastener. The classic and most common type of fasteners used across bundling, blind fasteners, and fastening situations is the hook and loop model. Think of this style of fastener as the Velcro on shoes, with two tape strips designed to lay flat across one another and lock into place. Both strips have a flat surface which faces out and a textured surface to face the other’s matching surface. One of the textured surfaces is made of hundreds or thousands of tiny hooks in columns and rows. The other textured surface is made of columns and rows of corresponding loops. When the two surfaces are pushed together, the hooks catch in the loops in order to fasten together. While this model is highly efficient, it has certain drawbacks that have led to the innovation of the dual lock model in recent years.

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