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Impact Extrusion Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial impact extrusion manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source impact extrusion manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These impact extrusion companies can design, engineer and manufacture impact extrusions to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these impact extrusion manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of impact extrusion aluminum, impact extrusion machines, or impact extrusion steel.

  • Rockford, IL 815-397-4460

    Pearson Fastener Corporation manufactures custom cold-headed fasteners and parts such as bolts, screws, pins and many other shapes, sizes and styles. We use a precise, cold heading process to increase the strength of your product and the efficiency of our process providing you with the best product at the best price. Expert design and competitive pricing make Pearson your source for cold forming.

  • Brecksville, OH 812-689-8990

    The Elgin Fastener Group is a combination of nine U.S. fastener manufacturers and a metal finisher, offering durable, high quality cold headed parts, standard and specialty fasteners and services. EFG provides extensive engineering and quality capabilities, ensuring you receive the right fastener right now. All of the companies are ISO certified. EFG is a portfolio company of Audax Group.

  • Bristol, WI 262-857-7056

    Anderson Manufacturing is a nationwide manufacturer specializing in cold formed fastener solutions and standard and specialty pins and rivets. State of the art equipment and high quality raw materials are used to produce over 1,600 different industrial fasteners and components. We are constantly evaluating and updating or replacing our equipment to ensure your expectations are met and exceeded.

  • Aurora, IL 630-299-8910

    We are eager to supply you with all of your impact extrusion supplies. Our items are extremely functional and we are known for providing several benefits for our solutions. We are a worry free company that takes all of your requests very seriously. Our products are suitable for a vast amount of industries. You can trust us to provide you with the best items on the market. Feel free to visit our website for more information!

  • Bloomfield, CT 860-242-2281

    Deringer-Ney, your cold heading company for small and medium parts. Our focus is precision cold formed parts at reasonable prices. Our technology includes cold forming and cold heading of a wide variety of metals including copper, nickel, kovar, brass, steel, stainless steel, gold, silver, platinum, palladium, tantalum and other alloys. Over 30 years of experience as a cold forming manufacturer.

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Impact Extrusion

Impact extrusion is a cold metal forming process typically used to make collapsible tubes out of soft metals through a tool and die process. Unlike traditional metalworking processes, impact extrusion does not use heat to alter the shape of metal. Instead, it uses high pressure and force to change the shape of a metal material.

Common materials processed using impact extrusion include aluminum, brass, tin, steel, stainless steel and magnesium. The softer metals are most commonly used as there is great physical deformation which occurs in the process. Various industries such as automotive, electrical, pyrotechnics and packaging use the tubing produced by impact extrusion. During the process, a piece of metal, or a slug is placed into a die mold and forced by a punch and hydraulic press into the mold. It deforms under the pressure to fit the punch on one side, and the mold on the other. The force used must exceed the elastic limit of the material in order to mold it. Reverse, forward or combination impacting are the three common types of impact extrusion which are chosen depending on the intended use of the extruded part and its required characteristics. Products such as airbag canisters, ammunition casing, gas cartridges, filter housings, nozzles, toothpaste tubes and extruded bottles are all produced using the impact extrusion method.

Advantages to using impact extrusion include savings in terms of both time and money. The process is fast, especially when the tool and die machines are combined with automatic feeding equipment. Piece to piece consistency among extruded parts is high, thus eliminating much of the need for secondary machining processes or finishing. The cold forming, or cold working, process is also a minimal waste process as the material is not cut away or melted away; rather it is all forced into the new shape minimizing lost material, and allowing for expensive metals to be used effectively without fear of wastage. The properties of the material worked on are altered under the great pressure of the process. The hardness and yield strength are increased greatly, making cold extruded parts such as cold headed fasteners able to be used for heavy duty and high pressure applications. The resulting impacted part is dense and porous-free. The cross-sectional area of a piece is decreased however, and there may also be residual cracks in the surface due to the pressure it is placed under. The process can also be used to produce long extrusions for decorative and aesthetic purposes.



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