Who We Are
Since 1977, we have been manufacturing rivets and specialty cold-headed products. Our products include a full line of semi-tubular, solid, and shoulder rivets.
What is Cold Heading?
Cold heading is the process of manufacturing parts at high speeds by altering the shape of an unheated wire blank that has been inserted into a die. The blank is then subject to a blow, forming the component in the die. The benefit that comes from this process is there is no scrap loss as with machined components. Speeds of up to 400 pieces per minute keep costs low, and part features that would normally require an additional machining operation can be incorporated into the die.