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As a system supplier, we deliver the finished assembly to you.

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Technical assembly

 

In addition to its core competence, mechanical processing, B² smart precision also offers the assembly of your parts into finished assembly groups. By bundling individual parts into ready-to-deliver components, we make the procurement process easier for you and guarantee efficient and economical provision of your ready-to-install products.

 

Our range of services includes the following:

 

  • Riveting: This cost-effective type of component assembly can be used in both the automotive and industrial sector for various components. Beside using an additional rivet head part, a rivet head can also be designed onto the casting and cast with the casting part.

  • Welding: Our welding processes are diverse and always geared towards the requirements of your product. Among other things we offer TIG welding, laser welding and EB welding.

 

Do you have any questions ? We are happy to help!

 

Further information on welding

 

When welding metal, a join is created by partially melting the base material. This can take place under vacuum or atmospheric conditions. If necessary, a filler material of the same or higher value is also fed into the connection area. The joining of a component by welding is determined by the properties of the materials (weldability of the materials) and the construction of the component (welding reliability of the construction). The weldability describes the reactions of the alloy to the heating of the welding. With a suitable material, the chemical-physical properties are only slightly influenced by the heating. A suitable process is selected depending on the material composition of the alloy as well as the construction of the component, the geometry and size.

 

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TIG welding

TIG welding (tungsten inert gas welding) is a shielding gas welding process, which in turn can be assigned to the arc and fusion welding process. The electric arc burns between the non-melting tungsten electrode and the component. Despite its intensity, this arc can be guided well. The protective gas argon creates an inert atmosphere that protects against reactions with the environment and oxygen (oxidation) in the area of the weld seam. Stainless steel, steel, titanium or copper alloys are welded with direct current. Alternating current, on the other hand, is used in aluminum alloys, for example. With TIG welding you can work with or without additives. Particularly high seam qualities and low scaling can be achieved. This leads to clean weld seams with a narrow weld zone. Further rework is usually not necessary. The advantages of our technology are, beside the partial automation, which guarantees high flexibility, quality and process stability, the repeatability and the variety of weldable connections. Many different materials and alloys can be joined using this method. Areas of application are all sectors such as automotive, industry and mechanical engineering.