The Importance of Subassembly for Parts Made with Precision Metal Stamping in Minneapolis, MN

July 25th, 2017 · No Comments

The manufacturing of quality stamped parts takes a quality system. Spare parts with quality and reliability demands the involvement of expert designers, engineers, and stamping technicians, as well as state-of-the-art design and stamping technology. At Thomas Engineering Company, our system of providing high quality parts with precision metal stamping in Minneapolis, MN, offers our expertise and a history of excellence since 1962.

Subassembly and our other value-added services are a big part of the expertise TEC provides to our customers. The high quality precision stamped parts we offer rely on our abilities to fully finish a product with comprehensive attention at each stage of the process, on and off the assembly line.

When it comes to parts that need to function as components of another part or within a machine, additional operations for subassembly are essential. Common parts that pass through the hands of the TEC subassembly team include the following:

  • Precision stamped pieces with moving parts that were fabricated separately will also require subassembly action. These parts need extreme care to connect moving parts seamlessly and with perfection
  • Any of our parts needing reliable connections, such as riveting or soldering, are incomplete until they have gone through the subassembly processes here at TEC

In short, there are a wide range of parts that are unfinished until their necessary subassembly processes are complete. With the complex, precision-based micro-miniature, miniature, medium-sized, and ultra-thin parts we fabricate at TEC, it’s especially important that the subassembly process is completed with the utmost attention to detail to avoid even the slightest manufacturing errors. This the main reason why we use high- precision tools and processes like cnc machining for our parts. CNC machining provides manufacturers the reliability and accuracy in their subassemblies, no matter the size or complexity of the part.

For more information about our subassembly parts and process and our full services in precision metal stamping in Minneapolis, MN, contact Thomas Engineering Company at (763) 533-1501 today.

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