Why do so many companies require Original Equipment Manufacturer tools (“OEM”) today to manufacture, assemble, disassemble or repair distinctive brands? The core competencies of many respected businesses lies primarily in systems design and assembly. By generating high quality OEM tools, businesses help ensure fabrication processes adhere rigorously to these specifications. They essentially endeavor to safeguard their design models against inadvertent modifications or oversights with this solution.
Customized OEM tools represent an important investment in brand integrity. BuntyLLC can help your firm implement this solution. We possess experience and expertise in helping companies devise superb high quality original equipment manufacturer tools. Ask us to produce OEM assembly tools and anti-mutilation tools.
Our capabilities in this field run the gamut from the simple to the complex. For example, we can fabricate simple clamps, brackets, clips or metal plates to assist your design teams. Or you can call upon us to furnish engineering and manufacturing expertise to help your company develop complex parts for use in highly specialized production environments. We’ll support your firm’s efforts to obtain specialized tool fabrication and process, tooling and production equipment consultation or deployment.
We employ several different methods for high quality parts fabrication. Just consider a few of these technologies:
During forming, a manufacturer shapes or molds metal into desired dimensions. This process occurs in the creation of some billets, for instance.
Forging involves applying heat and pressure to modify the shape of a metal part. A blacksmith hammering a horseshoe on an anvil provides a clear illustration from ancient times. Forging can enhance the strength of a metal item, such as a tempered shield. It forcibly compresses internal metal grain structures.
In its simplest version, casting involves reshaping material by pouring molten or fluid metal into a mold and allowing it to cool into a solid configuration. Manufacturers have used this process for centuries.
During stamping, a metal stamp or die pounds a metal object to help cut, bend or form it into a different shape. In most production environments today, this process involves automation.
Joining occurs when a manufacturer affixes one or more components together to form a unit. For example, a company may weld two metal parts in order to secure them firmly.
Clients typically determine fabrication methods, depending upon a number of variable factors, such as cost, materials, dimensional accuracy or delivery time. Additionally, during the process of fabrication, we sometimes use additive and subtractive methods. Our expertise includes both approaches:
Our additive methodologies include working from 3-dimensional CAD drawings. Computer assisted drafting techniques enable designers of prototypes to envision products in specific detail before committing physical resources to implement the project.
Some of the subtractive methodologies we utilize involve drilling, cutting or machining:
Drilling: This procedure employs a beveled tool to selectively pierce or bore away portions of a metal part. For instance, a manufacturer may drill a hole in a metal tag.
Cutting: A manufacturer uses a sharply edged tool to penetrate a metal part with precision. This process permits the shearing away of excess sheet metal, for example.
Machining: During this procedure, a manufacturer employs machine-operated tools to reduce or finish an object by turning, planing, milling or shaping it. Some types of metals, such as copper, will machine more easily than others.
Assembly tools permit the manufacture, assembly and repair of original equipment manufacturer brands. They may offer an ingenious solution to uncommon types of assembly problems. Closely associated with a firm’s image, these products offer your company an outstanding opportunity to showcase your authority in your field. You can also use these specialized assembly tools to promote enhanced distributor and consumer loyalty.
An illustration of this type of product exists in the specially-sized screws some companies selling wooden bookcases ship with their products to enable easier consumer assembly. Other OEM tools include specialized repair components designed to work well with specific automotive assemblies, for instance.
Many industries today benefit from specialized assembly tools supplied by OEM tool manufacturers. These sectors encompass the automotive, aviation, aerospace, electronic, commercial and high tech fields. Ask BuntyLLC to assist your firm with OEM tool assemblies, inspections, replacement parts, and repairs. We’ll help troubleshoot or re-engineer these important products to enhance your brand. Use our expertise to expand your OEM tool inventory.
Anti-mutilation tools are specialty tools or accessories specifically designed to protect personnel and equipment during product use. An illustration of one of these products appears in the tamper-proof lids used in modern over-the-counter consumer health supplements. The tiny RFID chips retailers apply to inventory items in a store to alert the company to shoplifting furnish yet another example. In both instances, these technologies help prevent the unauthorized use of manufactured goods. They also deter tampering.
Within an industrial setting, examples of mutilation prevention products abound. These specialized OEM tools assist companies in preventing damage to a finished work piece. They also often protect workers from sustaining accidental injuries in fast-paced production environments. By safeguarding both manufactured goods and personnel, these tools enhance efficiency.
Illustrations of these types of specialized OEM tools range from mechanized safety sleeve accessories designed to prevent rotating tool shafts from accidentally scraping into metal components during processing to the metal-toed tips of the shoes of workers wearing company uniforms on a busy industrial shop floor. Ask BuntyLLC to help your company design, fabricate and deploy these powerful aids in your production facilities.
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