Joining sheet metal
Depending on the material, its thickness and the requirements, the designer must select the suitable methods from the variety of joining techniques: Screwing, riveting, welding, soldering, gluing, clipping, clinching, folding or Tox clinching. There are a variety of special welding procedures for sheet metal that produce different weld seams, etc.
The engineers at G.W.P. AG will help you select the most suitable sheet-metal joint for your project. You can find out the most suitable procedure for your sheet metal components in a consultation:
- What joints can be used for the selected sheet-metal material?
- What tolerances are possible with which joining techniques?
- How much distortion can the sheet-metal component experience during welding?
- What tools and equipment need to be created?
- What preparatory or finishing work is necessary?
- What sheet-metal joining technique is most economical for the project?
Whether screwing, folding, riveting or MIG, MAG, WIG or laser welding – G.W.P. understands the requirements and processing conditions for the joining procedures.
Consult with us and ask us questions about the manufacture of your sheet metal components.