SB&W has decades of experience in the mechanical assembly process
Manufacturing assembly capabilities
We utilize the same tracking methods as our metal machining parts process. With dedicated assembly/staging areas, we can supply simple to complex assemblies and sub-assemblies. We adapt to our customers’ needs and can include complete testing with traceability as needed. Testing ranges from visual to performance, including but not limited to yield and tensile, destructive, pressure, and hydrostatic testing.
General mechanical assembly capabilities:
- High-volume mechanical assembly
- Mechanical assembly of formed metal trays and shelves
- Rivets and screw insert metal; joining assembly operations using fixed/mobile rivet machines
- Kitting – BOMs (Bill of Materials)
Give us a call about your next mechanical assembly job at 1-800-450-4679 or get a fast quote now.
What is mechanical assembly?
Mechanical assembly is the process of assembling individual components to create a working module. Assemblies consist of machined parts or commercial standard parts such as pins, nuts, and screws. They may also include the use of plastics, metal, or a variety of other materials. The methods of assembling the components may include welding, fastening, brazing, powder-coating, riveting, spot-welding, or other manufacturing processes.
Contact us for a free quote on your next custom assemblies project or give us a call at 1-800-450-4679.