Schwerdtle engineers are experts at designing dies and tooling fixtures that help you minimize waste and run at the highest production rates possible by providing solid support, consistent set-up, alignment adjustment, one-way mountings and easy automated or manual part loading and unloading.
They offer suggestions to make specific changes—most companies take orders but don’t care if its good or bad.
Mark Krin — Anomatic
Your product and process requirements drive the design and material choice. The most commonly used materials for tooling fixtures are aluminum, urethanes or Delrin© and depending on the need, customers sometimes specify specialty coatings such as anodize hard coating, chrome plating, or Teflon© coating.
Holding fixtures can be engineered for any stage of the assembly or decorating process. We make everything from part-moving sleds that precisely hold and move your products, to gripper arms that hold products during spin welding, and fixtures that orient your product components for secondary operations, such as hot-stamping, ultrasonic welding, gluing, decorating, assembly and inspection. Tooling fixtures are designed to work with your decorating and assembly equipment.