In the previous post we had discussed the various materials that can be used in the manufacturing process of bolts, screws, and fasteners. We also explained the preferred manufacturing methods and processes. In this post we shall take a look at some other options.
The Optional Four Steps in Fastener Manufacturing
These steps comprise complicated specialized processes to achieve specific results. However, we will explain each option briefly:
After all these steps have been completed the custom machined fasteners are then sent for testing and inspection. They are checked for their hardness levels, threading accuracy, impact and tensile strength, torque levels, coating thickness, and mating fit. If they pass all these tests, they are then packed and shipped for delivery.
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We know that we are - and should be - judged by how quickly, accurately and cost-effectively we meet our customer's needs. Our in-house quality assurance team begins the process with the receipt of an order. They maintain close communications with customers to ensure that customer goals are clearly understood and completely achieved.