Are you looking for a company that offers metal processing services and who is comfortable with the technique of metal clinching? Look no further, Synertek is the company you are looking for.
Synertek is a company with over ten years of experience in the metal processing field. We offer professional services in laser cutting, punching services, polishing, painting and more.
If you are looking for an experienced team for your metal clinching work, the metal processing experts at Synertek have the technology and know-how to meet your metal clinching needs. Our team specializes in everything related to metal processing.
Synertek works with several types of metals, including aluminum, galvanized or satin steel, as well as reflective materials such as copper or brass. We are also proud to say that no matter which part or parts to work on, Synertek knows how to adapt to the production flow without sacrificing the quality.
Trust Synertek and entrust all your metal clinching work to us, you will not be disappointed.
What exactly is metal clinching?
As a rule, clinching is a fairly simple operation that serves to assemble two pieces by deformation. One of the two parts of the assembly will be deformed without crushing; which is called clinching.
In mechanics, clinching serves to immobilize the parts without the need for welding, which avoids creating heat-affected areas (HAA). Your parts will, therefore, be easier to assemble, have some resistance to tension and torsion, and will be more aesthetic than a part that would have been welded.
The advantages of metal clinching
Metal clinching has many advantages such as facilitating assembly since parts already have hardware and fixtures.
Besides this important advantage, here are some of the other benefits of having a metal clinching service.
- Metal clinching makes it possible to have resistant threads, even in very thin material
- It also offers very good tensile strength and torsion strength
- It has a low installation cost
- Some PEM families provide a flat surface on the opposite side for a more aesthetic finish
- It does not require deburring or chamfering
- Fewer parts to handle because it easily replaces multiple hardware types
- Allows more elaborate assemblies because many fasteners are available for electronic components
Synertek offers dozens of types of metal clinching to better meet the needs of its customers. We always make sure to offer you the service that best suits your production needs.
Finally, if you would like more information on metal clinching services, or simply to learn more about Synertek's services, do not hesitate to contact us today. A member of our team will be happy to answer all your questions.