Screwdriving and Riveting Assembly


How To Retrofit an Orbital Riveter with a Simple Process Monitoring Solution to Provide 100% Quality Assurance

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Orbital forming is a common cold forming process to permanently join a variety of parts.

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GKN Launches Project to Automate Wing Assembly

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REDDITCH, UK—GKN Aerospace has begun a project that aims to automate the assembly of aircraft structures with the goal of creating high-quality wing structures 30 percent faster than is possible today.

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What's New With Screws

By Jim Camillo
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Innovative drive, thread and head designs quicken bit engagement, prevent cross-threading and resist vibration.

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New Technology for Welding Aluminum

By Austin Weber

Welding allows engineers to join lightweight materials.

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Fastener manufacturer presses on with servo-driven machine

By Jim Camillo
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When K.A. Swanstrom founded Penn Engineering & Manufacturing Corp. in 1942, he did so with a revolutionary new product: a self-clinching fastener that provides load-carrying threads in metal sheets too thin to be tapped.

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Threaded Rivets Keep New Product Made in the USA

By Bur Zeratsky
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Threaded rivet plays pivotal role for Invis-A-Rack folding cargo rack for pickup trucks.

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Mississippi State focuses on furniture manufacturing

By Austin Weber
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As U.S. furniture manufacturers revamp domestic production after more than a decade of offshoring, they need help implementing state-of-the-art assembly lines. Many of those companies are seeking assistance from the Franklin Furniture Institute at Mississippi State University.

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Lockbolts: An Alternative to Welding

By Bob Corbett
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Heavy equipment manufacturers increasingly prefer lockbolts because they offer quick installation and long-term joint stability.

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Thousands Attend Assembly Show

By John Sprovieri
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A wealth of new technologies was on display at The Assembly Show.

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The Importance of Torque Auditing

Accurate tooling and proper training are the keys to maintaining the specified torque for each threaded fastener.
By Jim Camillo
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Follow-up is rarely fun, but it is often necessary to verify an assembly process. The most important follow-up to threaded-fastener installation is a static torque audit.

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Behind the Scenes at Ford's Michigan Assembly Plant

People are the heart and soul of the 2012 Assembly Plant of the Year. This slideshow shows some of the men and women who build three different types of electrified vehicles alongside traditional gas-powered cars on the auto industry’s most flexible assembly line—Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, MI. Photos courtesy Ford Motor Co.


Tim Hutzel, President, Tim Hutzel American Business Services and Dave Lippert, President, Hamilton Caster & Mfg. Co have deep and unique perspectives on reshoring. That’s the primary reason they’ve been invited to deliver the keynote address at 2014’s The ASSEMBLY Show.

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Welding: Principles & Practices

This text introduces students to a solid background in the basic principles and practices of welding.

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