FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />TR CLINCH FASTENERS<br />
Fasteningtechnology<br />Clinchfasteners<br />
Key facts about TR<br />TR - Background<br />Publicly quoted on London Stock Exchange<br />Over 1100 staff worldwide<br />...
                What do we look for in a Master Distributor?<br />MDP - Selective<br />We choose Master Distributors who m...
Manufacturing Summary<br />TR has manufacturing operations in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, China and the UK.<br />In addit...
Key facts about TR<br />TR - Background<br />Established in 1973<br />Publicly quoted on London Stock Exchange<br />Over 1...
FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />HAEGER INSERTION MACHINES<br />
Haeger<br />HYDRAULIC PRESSES<br />
Haeger 618 Plus<br /><ul><li>PRESSFORCE 6 t
THROUT DEPTH458mm
FULLY HYDRAULIC
INCLUDING HAEGER PATENTED SAFETY SYSTEM
ADJUSTABLE CYLINDER STROKE STOP
PRESS SPEED 1200 / HOUR
 Max M8 FASTENER (INOX~M6)</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 Plus<br /><ul><li>PRESSFORCE 8 t
THROUT DEPTH610mm
FULLY HYDRAULIC
 INCLUDING HAEGER PATENTED SAFETY SYSTEM
 ADJUSTABLE CYLINDER STROKE STOP
PRESS SPEED  2000 / HOUR
 Max M12~M16 FASTENER (INOXM8~M10)</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 WindowTouch<br /><ul><li>PRESSFORCE 8 t
THROUT DEPTH610mm
 TOUCH SCREEN
 FULLY HYDRAULIC
 INCLUDING HAEGER PATENTED SAFETY SYSTEM
TOOL PROTECTING SYSTEM (T.P.S.)
ADJUSTABLE CYLINDER STROKE
PRESS SPEED 2000 / HOUR
 Max M12~M16 FASTENER(INOX M8~M10)</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 WindowTouch T.I.S<br /><ul><li>PRESSFORCE 8 t
THROUT DEPTH610mm
TOUCH SCREEN,  PROGRAMS FOR PARTS WITH MANY DIFFERENT FASTENERS
ROTATING TOOL TURRET
 FULLY HYDRAULIC
 INCLUDING HAEGER PATENTED SAFETY SYSTEM
TOOL PROTECTING SYSTEM, TPS
 ADJUSTABLE CYLINDER STROKE STOP
PRESS SPEED 2000 / HOUR
 Max M12~M16 FASTENER (INOXM8~M10)</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 One Touch<br /><ul><li>PRESS FORCE 8 t
THROUT DEPTH610mm
 4 MODULARIC  BOWL FEEDERS
4- STATION UPPER AND LOWER INDEXABLE TOOLING SYSTEM
EMERGANCY STOP
TOOL PROTECTING SYSTEM, TPS
BATCH COUNTER
TIMER
PC-INTERFACE TOUCH SCREEN AND    INSERTION LOGIC PROGRAM</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 OT + MotomanRobot<br /><ul><li>PRESS...
THROUT DEPTH610mm
 4 MODULARIC BOWL FEEDERS
4-STATION UPPER AND LOWER INDEXABLE TOOLING SYSTEM
EMERGENCY STOP
TYOOL PROTECTION SYSTEM, TPS
BATC COUNTER
TIMER
PC-INTERFACE, TOUCH SCREEN AND INSERTION LOGIC PROGRAM
 MOTOMAN ROBOT</li></li></ul><li>MANUAL TOOLS<br />
SHUTTLE TOOL FOR SCREWS AND STANDOFFS<br />SHUTTLE TOOLS FOR NUTS<br />BOTTOM FEEDING TOOL FOR  NUTS<br />AUTOMATIC TOOLS<...
STANDARD CLINCH FASTENERS FOR AUTOMATIC FEEDING<br />
One bowlfeede<br />Twobowlfeeders<br />Fourbowlfeeders<br />AUTOMATIC BOWL FEEDERS<br />MODULAARINEN AUTOMAATTISYÖTTÖJÄRJE...
TOG-L-LOC TOOLING<br />CLINCHING<br />
Fasteningtechnology<br />Baltecradialriveting<br />
Fasteningtechnology<br />Radial riveting machines<br />
FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />FAR RIVETS AND RIVET INSERTS<br />
Fasteningtechnology<br />Rivetnuts, blindrivets and tools<br />
FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />HBS STUD WELDING<br />
Fasteningtechnology<br />Stud –and nutwelding<br />
FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />BTM CLINCHING SYSTEMS<br />
05/12/2010<br />27<br />BTM Corporation LtdWorld Headquarters, USAMarysville, Michigan<br />
05/12/2010<br />28<br />BTM´s Produkter<br />Tog-L-Loc och Lance-N-Loc<br />Hand-heldtools<br />Universal Presses<br />Pre...
05/12/2010<br />29<br />
05/12/2010<br />30<br />II.How does Tog-L-Loc work ?<br />
05/12/2010<br />31<br />Terms:<br />Holder- Stripper<br />Punch<br />Sheets to be joined<br />Knob<br />Die<br />
05/12/2010<br />32<br />The stripper locks the sheets against the die <br />
05/12/2010<br />33<br />The punch is forming the sheets against the die S<br />
05/12/2010<br />34<br />A 360 degree flange is formed and the joint is fixed<br />
05/12/2010<br />35<br />The joint diameter is determined by the punch.<br />Standard sizes are:<br />3.0mm  (0.12”)<br />3...
05/12/2010<br />36<br />The depth (AD) in the die is determined by the sheet thickness to be joined<br />
05/12/2010<br />37<br />(BD)<br />By checking the (BD) the joint strengthcan be determined<br />Inondestructivecontrol<br />
05/12/2010<br />38<br />III.How much force is needed ?<br />
05/12/2010<br />39<br />Nominal press force for  <br />Tog-L-Loc joints in mild steel :<br /><ul><li> 2 ton for a  3,0 mm ...
 2.5 ton for a 3,8 mm joint
 3 ton for a  4,6 mm joint
 4.5 ton for a 5,5 mm joint
 6 ton for a  6,4 mm joint
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  1. 1. FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />TR CLINCH FASTENERS<br />
  2. 2. Fasteningtechnology<br />Clinchfasteners<br />
  3. 3. Key facts about TR<br />TR - Background<br />Publicly quoted on London Stock Exchange<br />Over 1100 staff worldwide<br />30 locations around the globe<br />Established in 1973<br />Annual sales - $240m • £130m • €180m<br />Manufacturing in Europe and Asia<br />Established network of European Distributors for over a decade<br />One of the largestManufacturer / Distributors of Self-Clinch products; anywhere in the world. <br />
  4. 4. What do we look for in a Master Distributor?<br />MDP - Selective<br />We choose Master Distributors who meet the following criteria:<br />Highly organized<br />Technically capable<br />Application aware<br />Financially secure<br />Customer driven<br />Superior reputation<br />Financially sound<br />In short, companies that are strongly focused on what it takes to serve customers<br />
  5. 5. Manufacturing Summary<br />TR has manufacturing operations in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, China and the UK.<br />In addition, we secured a 25% stake hold in Malaysian manufacturer, Techfast in 2006 <br />
  6. 6. Key facts about TR<br />TR - Background<br />Established in 1973<br />Publicly quoted on London Stock Exchange<br />Over 1100 staff worldwide<br />30 locations around the globe<br />Annual sales - $240m • £130m • €180m<br />Manufacturing in Europe and Asia<br />Established network of European Distributors for over a decade<br />One of the largest Manufacturer / Distributors of Self-Clinch products;anywhere in the world. <br />
  7. 7. FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />HAEGER INSERTION MACHINES<br />
  8. 8. Haeger<br />HYDRAULIC PRESSES<br />
  9. 9. Haeger 618 Plus<br /><ul><li>PRESSFORCE 6 t
  10. 10. THROUT DEPTH458mm
  11. 11. FULLY HYDRAULIC
  12. 12. INCLUDING HAEGER PATENTED SAFETY SYSTEM
  13. 13. ADJUSTABLE CYLINDER STROKE STOP
  14. 14. PRESS SPEED 1200 / HOUR
  15. 15. Max M8 FASTENER (INOX~M6)</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 Plus<br /><ul><li>PRESSFORCE 8 t
  16. 16. THROUT DEPTH610mm
  17. 17. FULLY HYDRAULIC
  18. 18. INCLUDING HAEGER PATENTED SAFETY SYSTEM
  19. 19. ADJUSTABLE CYLINDER STROKE STOP
  20. 20. PRESS SPEED 2000 / HOUR
  21. 21. Max M12~M16 FASTENER (INOXM8~M10)</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 WindowTouch<br /><ul><li>PRESSFORCE 8 t
  22. 22. THROUT DEPTH610mm
  23. 23. TOUCH SCREEN
  24. 24. FULLY HYDRAULIC
  25. 25. INCLUDING HAEGER PATENTED SAFETY SYSTEM
  26. 26. TOOL PROTECTING SYSTEM (T.P.S.)
  27. 27. ADJUSTABLE CYLINDER STROKE
  28. 28. PRESS SPEED 2000 / HOUR
  29. 29. Max M12~M16 FASTENER(INOX M8~M10)</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 WindowTouch T.I.S<br /><ul><li>PRESSFORCE 8 t
  30. 30. THROUT DEPTH610mm
  31. 31. TOUCH SCREEN, PROGRAMS FOR PARTS WITH MANY DIFFERENT FASTENERS
  32. 32. ROTATING TOOL TURRET
  33. 33. FULLY HYDRAULIC
  34. 34. INCLUDING HAEGER PATENTED SAFETY SYSTEM
  35. 35. TOOL PROTECTING SYSTEM, TPS
  36. 36. ADJUSTABLE CYLINDER STROKE STOP
  37. 37. PRESS SPEED 2000 / HOUR
  38. 38. Max M12~M16 FASTENER (INOXM8~M10)</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 One Touch<br /><ul><li>PRESS FORCE 8 t
  39. 39. THROUT DEPTH610mm
  40. 40. 4 MODULARIC BOWL FEEDERS
  41. 41. 4- STATION UPPER AND LOWER INDEXABLE TOOLING SYSTEM
  42. 42. EMERGANCY STOP
  43. 43. TOOL PROTECTING SYSTEM, TPS
  44. 44. BATCH COUNTER
  45. 45. TIMER
  46. 46. PC-INTERFACE TOUCH SCREEN AND INSERTION LOGIC PROGRAM</li></li></ul><li>Haeger 824 OT + MotomanRobot<br /><ul><li>PRESS FORCE 8 t
  47. 47. THROUT DEPTH610mm
  48. 48. 4 MODULARIC BOWL FEEDERS
  49. 49. 4-STATION UPPER AND LOWER INDEXABLE TOOLING SYSTEM
  50. 50. EMERGENCY STOP
  51. 51. TYOOL PROTECTION SYSTEM, TPS
  52. 52. BATC COUNTER
  53. 53. TIMER
  54. 54. PC-INTERFACE, TOUCH SCREEN AND INSERTION LOGIC PROGRAM
  55. 55. MOTOMAN ROBOT</li></li></ul><li>MANUAL TOOLS<br />
  56. 56. SHUTTLE TOOL FOR SCREWS AND STANDOFFS<br />SHUTTLE TOOLS FOR NUTS<br />BOTTOM FEEDING TOOL FOR NUTS<br />AUTOMATIC TOOLS<br />
  57. 57. STANDARD CLINCH FASTENERS FOR AUTOMATIC FEEDING<br />
  58. 58. One bowlfeede<br />Twobowlfeeders<br />Fourbowlfeeders<br />AUTOMATIC BOWL FEEDERS<br />MODULAARINEN AUTOMAATTISYÖTTÖJÄRJESTELMÄ<br />
  59. 59. TOG-L-LOC TOOLING<br />CLINCHING<br />
  60. 60. Fasteningtechnology<br />Baltecradialriveting<br />
  61. 61. Fasteningtechnology<br />Radial riveting machines<br />
  62. 62. FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />FAR RIVETS AND RIVET INSERTS<br />
  63. 63. Fasteningtechnology<br />Rivetnuts, blindrivets and tools<br />
  64. 64. FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />HBS STUD WELDING<br />
  65. 65. Fasteningtechnology<br />Stud –and nutwelding<br />
  66. 66. FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />BTM CLINCHING SYSTEMS<br />
  67. 67. 05/12/2010<br />27<br />BTM Corporation LtdWorld Headquarters, USAMarysville, Michigan<br />
  68. 68. 05/12/2010<br />28<br />BTM´s Produkter<br />Tog-L-Loc och Lance-N-Loc<br />Hand-heldtools<br />Universal Presses<br />Pressunits for machine –or robot use. <br />Hydraulic, Pneumatic , Pneumo-Hydraulic or electrical.<br />Moving and locking guide pins<br />Power fixtures<br />Complete solutions<br />
  69. 69. 05/12/2010<br />29<br />
  70. 70. 05/12/2010<br />30<br />II.How does Tog-L-Loc work ?<br />
  71. 71. 05/12/2010<br />31<br />Terms:<br />Holder- Stripper<br />Punch<br />Sheets to be joined<br />Knob<br />Die<br />
  72. 72. 05/12/2010<br />32<br />The stripper locks the sheets against the die <br />
  73. 73. 05/12/2010<br />33<br />The punch is forming the sheets against the die S<br />
  74. 74. 05/12/2010<br />34<br />A 360 degree flange is formed and the joint is fixed<br />
  75. 75. 05/12/2010<br />35<br />The joint diameter is determined by the punch.<br />Standard sizes are:<br />3.0mm (0.12”)<br />3.8mm (0.15”)<br />4.6mm (0.18”)<br />5.5mm (0.22”)<br />6.4mm (0.25”)<br />7.6mm (0.30”)<br />The die depth is according to the material thickness<br />
  76. 76. 05/12/2010<br />36<br />The depth (AD) in the die is determined by the sheet thickness to be joined<br />
  77. 77. 05/12/2010<br />37<br />(BD)<br />By checking the (BD) the joint strengthcan be determined<br />Inondestructivecontrol<br />
  78. 78. 05/12/2010<br />38<br />III.How much force is needed ?<br />
  79. 79. 05/12/2010<br />39<br />Nominal press force for <br />Tog-L-Loc joints in mild steel :<br /><ul><li> 2 ton for a 3,0 mm joint
  80. 80. 2.5 ton for a 3,8 mm joint
  81. 81. 3 ton for a 4,6 mm joint
  82. 82. 4.5 ton for a 5,5 mm joint
  83. 83. 6 ton for a 6,4 mm joint
  84. 84. 8 ton for a 7,6 mm joint</li></li></ul><li>05/12/2010<br />40<br />What is possible to join with Tog-L-Locor Lance-N-Loc ?<br /><ul><li>Steel
  85. 85. Bronze
  86. 86. Copper
  87. 87. Aluminium
  88. 88. Stainless
  89. 89. And in combinations</li></ul>2 or morelayers from 0,3 up to a combinedthickness of 8 mm <br />
  90. 90. 05/12/2010<br />41<br />The thick material on the punch side<br />The thin material on the die side<br />
  91. 91. WhyBTM Tog-L-Loc ?!<br />05/12/2010<br />42<br />
  92. 92. 05/12/2010<br />43<br />                                                                                                        <br />Tog-L-Loc vs. Blind rivet<br />Tog-L-Loc<br />0:50:- sek/förband<br />Blindnit<br />7:85:- sek/förband<br />
  93. 93. 05/12/2010<br />44<br />                                 <br />Tog-L-Loc vs. Spotwelding in general<br />Punktsvets<br />0:70:- sek/förband<br />Tog-L-Loc<br />0:15:- sek/förband<br />
  94. 94. 05/12/2010<br />45<br />Tog-L-Loc vs. Spotwelding in the automotiveindustry<br />Punktsvets<br />0:18:- sek/förband<br />Tog-L-Loc<br />0:03:- sek/förband<br />
  95. 95. Tog-L-Loc, less stress in the joint<br />Tog-L-Loc, less force to form the joint<br />Tog-L-Loc, less sensitive againstdirt on the sheetsär<br />Tog-L-Loc, can work with biggerthicknessvariationsrn<br />Tog-L-Loc, easier to control<br />Tog-L-Loc, is the strongest clinch joint in itssizes<br />05/12/2010<br />46<br />Tog-L-Loc vs. competitors<br />
  96. 96. Equipment and systems for Tog-L-Loc<br />05/12/2010<br />47<br />
  97. 97. BTM Hand HeldUnits<br />05/12/2010<br />48<br />
  98. 98. BTM Handheldtools<br /><ul><li>Press force 2- 10 Ton.
  99. 99. Hydraulic, Pneumo-hydraulic, Air or Electrical.
  100. 100. Tog-L-Loc, Punching or forming
  101. 101. Customerbased</li></ul>05/12/2010<br />49<br />
  102. 102. BTM Universal Presses<br /><ul><li>Press force 1- 64 Ton.
  103. 103. Hydraulic, Pneumaticeller Pneumo-hydraulic.
  104. 104. Tog-L-Loc, Punching, clinching or insertion of press nuts.
  105. 105. Bench –or floorpresses, C-frames or built in a die.
  106. 106. Verktygs-set
  107. 107. Special</li></ul>05/12/2010<br />50<br />
  108. 108. BTM Pressunits<br /><ul><li>Press force 1-64 ton
  109. 109. To be built in
  110. 110. Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Pneumohydraulc or electrical.
  111. 111. Tog-L-Loc, Piercing, Forming or Clinching.
  112. 112. Special machines</li></ul>05/12/2010<br />51<br />
  113. 113. 05/12/2010<br />52<br />BTM El-servoPress units<br />2<br />Robotapplikation<br />1<br />Robotinfästning med Reverseequalizing<br />
  114. 114. 05/12/2010<br />53<br />Jigs and fixtures<br />
  115. 115. 05/12/2010<br />54<br />BTM Rörliga och Låsande Styrpinnar <br /><ul><li>PLC, SFC och LSFC
  116. 116. Press force 578-1334 N/5,5 bar.
  117. 117. Pneumatic or electrical.
  118. 118. Rc 58-62, 12,5 – 40 mm standard pins.
  119. 119. LSFC med Tri-Loc Patent
  120. 120. PPL
  121. 121. Force(Extend) 1001 – 1557 N/5,5 bar
  122. 122. Force(Retract) 934 – 1512 N/5,5 bar
  123. 123. Rotation tolerance+-0´,4´</li></li></ul><li>05/12/2010<br />55<br />BTM Clamps och Grippers<br /><ul><li>Clamps
  124. 124. Adjustable0-120 degrees.
  125. 125. Maintenancefree.
  126. 126. Lowweight, Aluminium body. One piece.
  127. 127. Cylinder 52 – 83 mm
  128. 128. N.A.A.M.S Mounting
  129. 129. Changeable fingers (one or two)
  130. 130. Tri-Loc Patent.
  131. 131. Grippers
  132. 132. Gripping force 980-1200 N (Standard)
  133. 133. Openingangle30, 45 eller 75 degrees.</li></li></ul><li>05/12/2010<br />56<br />BTM solutions<br /><ul><li>Acc. To customerspecs.
  134. 134. In-line solutions
  135. 135. Product– Production
  136. 136. Automation</li></li></ul><li>05/12/2010<br />57<br />BTM Scandinavia AB<br />www.btmscand.se<br />CLE BALTIC www.clebaltic.com<br />HCT Tools A/S<br />www.hcttoos.dk<br />Fosmo Maskin A/S<br />www.fosmo.no<br />CLE Group AB<br />www.clegroup.eu<br />
  137. 137. FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />HENROB SELF PIERCING RIVET SYSTEMS<br />
  138. 138. HenrobSelfPiercingRivet Systems<br />Shaping innovation<br />
  139. 139. Henrob Self Piercing <br />Rivet Range<br />
  140. 140. The rivet is feed<br />to the nose of the<br />riveting tool<br />The punch then<br />moves forward to<br />start the rivet <br />insertion process<br />The cycle is <br />completed when<br />the rivet is fully <br />inserted into the material<br />The material to<br />be riveted is clamped<br />together by the tool<br />movement<br />SPR Self Pierce Riveting Process<br />
  141. 141. Henrob - Joint Configurations<br />Capabilities<br />Special Product<br />3mm extrusion + gasket <br />+ 2mm high strength steel, <br />special riveting process<br />Typical 2T Joint<br /><ul><li>Steel to steel
  142. 142. Aluminium to aluminium</li></ul>Cast or extrusion <br />material, non-optimised<br />riveting process.<br />Multiple Joint Stacks<br /><ul><li>Up to 10 mm in aluminium alloys
  143. 143. Up to 6 mm in mild </li></ul> steel alloys<br />Cast or extrusion material, special riveting process.<br />Dissimilar Metals<br /><ul><li>Aluminium to steel to </li></ul> aluminium shown<br />Threaded Stud<br />Dissimilar Materials<br /><ul><li>Plastic / aluminium shown</li></li></ul><li>Henrob- Joint Configurations<br />This has resulted in Henrob developing the widest range of SP products available including:<br />Range of rivet hardness -7 levels<br />Range of rivet material types - 9<br />Number of different rivet geometry's - 39<br />Range of rivet length’s 3.7 – 18 mm<br />Number of different head styles -11<br />This results in the ability to give a joining solution to the greatest number of material combinations<br />
  144. 144. HSPR Products<br />Alternative Products<br />Fastener Range<br />
  145. 145. Clinching<br />Henrob can offer a range of clinching systems<br />Production Applications<br />Single Stroke<br />Double Stroke<br />
  146. 146. Simple Construction, modular design<br />multiple uses, rivets, studs, extraction.<br />Henrob - Equipment Selection<br />Rivlite Battery Tool<br />Entry level product<br />Hand Held Battery or<br />mains powered <br />Riveting Gun <br />
  147. 147. Future Direction of HSPR<br />2. Reduce the weight of the tool head<br />
  148. 148. Future Direction of HSPR<br />Blowfeed Configuration 4 into 1<br />Splitter<br />Light weight C frame<br />but not an ACF and the cost<br />
  149. 149. Project Management<br /><ul><li> Process Control, Rivet Matrix
  150. 150. Equipment selection
  151. 151. Manage equipment delivery
  152. 152. Customer Training</li></li></ul><li>Project Management – Simultaneous Engineering<br />Process Control<br />Equipment Selection<br />Communication and Project Planning<br />
  153. 153. Typical Vehicle<br />Project Development<br />
  154. 154. Finished Product<br />
  155. 155. Identify Component which require riveting<br />Zone 15 Op 12 Hood – Rotary Geometry Station<br />Sheet Last Updated : 10th December 2007<br />Rivet Combinations<br />Assembly Weight<br />1.2 + 1.1 mm<br />1.5 + 1.1 mm<br />2<br />8.78 Kg<br />3<br />1<br />4<br />3<br />Description<br />Part Number<br />Thickness<br />Load<br />Exp<br />Weight<br />REINF HOOD HINGE MOUNT BRACKET<br />FDR-AW93-16402<br />1.2 mm<br />1<br />X.X<br />1.98 Kg<br />REINF ASSY HOOD INNER PANEL<br />FDR-AW93-16A762<br />1.2 mm<br />2<br />X.X<br />0.6 Kg<br />REINF HOOD LIFT (LH/RH)<br />DIX35116D600-A0002<br />1.5 mm<br />3<br />X.X<br />0.1 ea.<br />PANEL HOOD INNER<br />FDR-AW93-16854<br />1.1mm<br />4<br />X.X<br />6 Kg<br />
  156. 156. 1.20 mm<br />1.50 mm<br />Develop the Joining Process and Equipment Access<br />Tool Access<br />1.50 mm<br />1.20 mm<br />
  157. 157. Complete a Simulation<br />Simulation Rob Cad<br />Real Life Simulation<br />
  158. 158. Audi A2/A8<br />DC CL Class<br />BMW 5 Series<br />1) 4 Rivet types – 1 rivet hardness, level 4<br />2) Only level 4 rivets were offered <br />at the start of the project.<br />3) Space frame design, driven by A8 SPR knowledge<br />1) 7 rivet types, 3 rivet hardness levels<br />2) 50% are level 6, range of material stacks<br />3) High Cycle time and high number of tools<br />4) Only Henrob rivets, similar difficulty to XJ<br />5) Technical show case<br />1) 5 rivets, 2 hardness levels, level 4 & 6<br />2) 8mm level 6 rivets only one supplier Henrob<br />3) 6mm level 4 rivets market place <br />struggle to control the hardness.<br />4) Bolt on riveted front structure<br />Jaguar XJ<br />1) 16 rivet types 3 hardness level <br />2) Many rivets above 6mm in length<br />3) 248 different joint stack<br />4) Aluminium sheet, casting and extrusion<br />Used.<br />5) HLSA also used<br />6) Riveting through adhesive<br />Application History – Automotive<br />The success of the XJ Vehicle has shown that SPR technology is not a barrier to mass production of light weight monocoque / space frame BIW<br />
  159. 159. Future Direction of HSPR<br />5. Expand the Rivet range and offer complementary products<br />
  160. 160. SPS Stud and Process<br />M5 – M6 Studs are available with and without a nut<br />
  161. 161. New Design<br />New SPS Stud and Process<br />Developed to give a Wider Operating Range<br /> The New Henrob Self Piercing Stud can be used in single and multiple Steel and Aluminium sheets and Aluminium Extrusions<br />A single tool can attach studs to Aluminium sheet thickness’ from 1mm to 3mm without requiring a change of Die or Process<br />Torque values of >20Nm are maintained for the M6 studs across the range of thickness’<br />Studs are available with M5 and M6 threads in lengths 10mm to 25mm<br />
  162. 162. Solid Rivet Development<br />Henrob have worked closely with Kurb Konus and developed a riveting system that fits with the standard SPR tool head envelop. The systems have been in production since the end of 2008 at Daimler/Magna.<br />Expensive Solution x3 Cost of SPR<br />Strictly Confidential - Henrob<br />
  163. 163. High Strength Steel Riveting<br />Henrob Limited has been developing a new range of Self Pierce Rivets which can be used to join High Strength Steels (HSS) to HSS. Plus HSS to aluminium, these products are now ready for production release. <br />Henrob has developed a new range of rivets for joining high strength steels, heavy gauge steels and thick steel and aluminium applications.<br />The rivets were developed to facilitate the joining of Dual Phase (DP) and TRIP steels in the range 600 to 1000 Mpa using the existing Henrob setting equipment.<br />The high strength rivets are available in the length range 5 to 14mm, with Pan and Countersink Head Styles.<br />
  164. 164. Cast Magnesium 3mm (AM50)<br />To 2mm Aluminium<br />Cast Magnesium 3mm (AM50)<br />To 3mm Aluminium<br />Cast Magnesium 3mm (AM50)<br />To 1.2mm Galvanised steel<br />SPR and Magnesium<br /><ul><li>Henrob has been working with Meridian</li></ul>- If the magnesium is used as the top sheet we believe we have solutions available today.<br /><ul><li>The second phase is to look at the corrosion effects, this testing will take place over the next couple of months</li></li></ul><li>FASTENING TECHNOLOGY<br />ARNOLD & SHINJO SELF PIERCING NUT SYSTEM<br />
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