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Cold Headed Fastener Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of cold headed fastener manufacturers and suppliers. Find cold headed fastener companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture cold headed fasteners to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top cold headed fastener manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the cold headed fastener companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of screw fasteners, stainless steel fasteners, or cold forging fasteners of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Antioch, IL

    We are manufacturers of top-notch cold headed fasteners. Our outstanding fasteners will last you for years and we promise that these products are second to none. Our units adhere to extensive testing to ensure they will perform proficiently all of the time. We work hard to optimize your investment which means we will supply you with secondary operations so these items best fit your applications. Give us a call today to learn more information!

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  • Pleasant Prairie, WI

    Supplying rivets, contacts, discs, stampings and terminals worldwide is done here at Norstan. We use precious metals and alloys, including tungsten wire and tungsten strip. Our tungsten rivets and discs come in a choice of configurations and applications. As a job shop that has manufactured tungsten wire contact assemblies for over 37 years, electromechanical companies depend upon our product.

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  • Webster, NY

    Radax Industries was founded in 1967. Here at Radax we have the capability of Centerless Grinding, Swiss CNC Machining, Cold Forming, and Screw Machining. Our Swiss CNC Machines are capable of Custom Thread Form Threading, Boring, and Cut Knurling. Common materials processed while Centerless Grinding are aluminum, bronze, brass, and carbon steel. We manufacture Dowel Pins, Set Screw, and Custom Machined Products. We have been ISO 9001 certified since June of 2013.

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  • Melrose Park, IL

    We are a turnkey manufacturer of cold headed fasteners and our teams aim to always provide you with consistent results. Our robust solutions are supported by our friendly staff and we utilize state of the art custom solution processing we are able to serve your needs efficiently and accurately. Contact one of our representatives to learn more information!

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  • Hatboro, PA

    C & L Rivet Company has been specializing in cold headed fasteners since 1960. In 2001, C & L acquired Penn Fasteners, Inc. The combination of these companies provides enhanced versatility, knowledge, quality, competitive pricing, service and distribution of additional products unmatched in the industry, offering customers over 500 years of experience. Call C & L today!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Nuts, Bolts and the Hex-Headed Innovation

Nuts and bolts with hex heads are practically ubiquitous. When I was in marching band, one of our chants at football games referred to the fasteners. Whenever the referee made a bad call, the whole band would yell nuts and bolts, nuts and bolts, we, got, screwed! Of course, that was if anyone was paying attention to the game. Aside from bando chants, the fasteners hold together my drum set, chairs, tables and many more applications. My computer desk at home actually has hex-head bolts that keep on getting unscrewed.... Read More

Fantastic Fasteners

Fasteners, screws, nuts and bolts are all used to hold materials together to create an object or hold something up. They create a strong hold and are often used when glue or adhesive is not a strong enough bond. Some materials that they are often used on to put together are wood, steel, aluminum, metals and many more and can also secure a different type of material onto another. Fasteners come in all different types. They are available with many head styles, lengths and varying thread sizes. There are self... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Cold Headed Fasteners

Cold headed fasteners are joining mechanisms used in a variety of industries that are typically formed using the cold heading process. While traditional metalworking uses heat or cutting to adjust the shape of a metal blank, cold forming or cold working uses high pressure from a hydraulic press or ram to force a piece of metal into a pre-formed die. The force exceeds the elastic properties of the material in order to deform it into the desired shape.

Metals that are commonly used in the manufacturing of cold headed fasteners include steel, stainless steel and aluminum, titanium, brass, bronze and carbon. Depending on the intended application of the fastener, materials will be chosen based on their tensile strength and other physical properties. The cold heading process is used to make the heads on cylindrical parts such as screws and bolts which are used to align, locate, position, fix or conjoin two or more components. The addition of automated equipment to the process of cold forming has allowed the volume and speed of product output to increase. The process was traditionally used mostly for producing simple parts, but cold headed fasteners have been able to be more complex as technology and equipment has improved.

The cold heading process has many advantages over the traditional metalworking processes, as it offers consistency, a low quantity of wasted metal and a quick production rate. Consistency in product size, shape and capability is important for fasteners such as steel pins as they are integral components of many other operations. Cold heading is able to produce piece to piece uniformity as a result of a pre-formed die being used to create the product. Furthermore, as the metal is not cut or melted, there is minimal scrap or waste as a result of the process. Rather, the material is compressed to produce a dense product with increased physical and tensile strength. The process of cold heading often improves the surface finish of a metal by rearranging the grain structure within the material. Furthermore, as high temperatures are not required in the process, there is savings in not needing to produce large amounts of heat energy. With automated feeding equipment and a hydraulic or mechanical tool and die, the production rate of cold headed fasteners can be high. Cold heading is an ideal fastener solution as it is a highly variable process and can be adjusted to specific requirements and materials.



Cold Headed Fasteners
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Cold Headed Fasteners - Abbott-Interfast Corporation
Cold Headed Fasteners - Abbott-Interfast Corporation