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Joining technology for Clinching

Source: TOX Pressotechnik GmbH & Co. KG
Clinching techniques are tools, components, systems and machines for the production of connections by the method of clinching. When clinching, the joining parts made of sheet metal and deformable materials are superimposed and fixed in the joining position. The joining tools consist of a joint stamp and a die or a flat anvil as the dolly. The term "toxen", which is used synonymously, refers to the patented methods of TOX Pressotechnik GmbH & Co. KG. Clinching is a joining process by means of forming, which allows non-detachable joining of sheets and other readily deformable materials without the use of connecting elements or additional materials. In the superimposed joining parts, local undercuts are formed by a linear or wobbling movement of a plunger against a female die or an anvil, which force-fit and form-fit the components. Clinching technology is used for the semi-automatic and fu...

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Bodmer Küsnacht AG
BTM Company, LLC.
Böllhoff GmbH
TOX Pressotechnik GmbH & Co. KG