Joining sheet metal

Sheet metal components frequently consist of numerous parts that need to be joined.

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.

Joining sheet metal

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:

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.

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