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?
- Cotter Pins
- Retaining Rings
- Nuts and Bolts
- Studs and Nuts
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.
Orbitform Specializes In:
- Orbital Riveting
- Radial Riveting
- Impact Riveting
- Static Roller Forming
- Articulating Roller Forming
- Hot Upset Forming
- Specialized Press Forming
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.