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5 Reasons to Use Permanent Assembly Processes

You may be missing significant advantages if you are using a temporary method in place of a permanent assembly when your parts do not require disassembly.


Why would you want to assemble your application permanently? 


Do you make a product that is put together with fasteners? 


These 5 points are significant reasons to consider permanent assembly.

Personal Safety:  The product is inherently unsafe to repair or replace.

Operational Safety:  High liability if the product fails during operation.

Extreme Operating Forces:  High shock, vibration, push-pull, and shear.

Regulatory Requirements:  Part must be new and not repaired, as required by law or warranty.

Modular Assemblies:  A product contains permanently assembled components.


Manufacturers and machine builders alike can benefit from a permanent assembly process. These often involve a rivet or tenon and a forming force. With over 35 years of experience, we are experts in permanent part assembly. Orbitform takes an unbiased approach to finding our customers the best solution for their applications. 


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If your product doesn’t need to be taken apart for shipping, maintenance, or repair, consider switching to one of our permanent assembly solutions. 


For more information, download our Permanent vs. Non-Permanent white paper. Our highly knowledgeable Regional Sales Managers stand ready to answer all of your permanent assembly questions. Contact them here.


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