Sheet Metal Assembly Services
Assembly after Sheet Metal Processing
After sheet metal processing, various components need to be assembled to form complete products.
BLIKSEN can assist clients in procuring hardware parts for assembly, including screws, bolts, nuts, and rivets, based on required torque specifications. This also involves plastic part assembly, surface finishing, and packaging, all falling within the scope of assembly services.
Assembled products include equipment frames, casings, large frames, cover plates, brackets, drawers, cable trays, sliding rails, and more.
Application in Industries
- Plastic injection machines
- Machine tools
- Distribution boxes/ cabinets
- Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) equipment
- Flat Panel Display (FPD) production equipment
- Semiconductor manufacturing equipment
- Solar cell related equipment
- Cleanroom equipment
- Medical equipment
- Server casings, cabinets, racks for networking equipment
BLIKSEN Assembly Service Advantages
- Streamlined procurement of premium hardware parts and fasteners:
Procurement from domestic and international suppliers based on client needs, brand, and specifications. The support extends to assistance with inventory management of external materials.
- Elevating assembly efficiency through high-precision sheet metal integration:
Ensuring the precise dimensions and tolerances of components while designing sheet metal parts, meticulously planning assembly processes, and providing comprehensive assembly drawings for achieving accurate and efficient operations.
- Spacious factory space:
BLIKSEN’s third factory features a spacious assembly area, suitable for large-scale assembly operations, easy transportation of finished products, and inventory management.
- Ongoing checks during assembly for quality assurance:
At BLIKSEN, we provide an end-to-end service from material to assembly. If any quality anomalies or assembly issues arise during the process, all departments can respond quickly for resolution.
- Fastening sheet metal parts with related hardware.
- Installing plastic parts and acrylic.
- Basic wire assembly.
- Waterproof leak tests.
- Installing insulation materials.
- Handling stickers, screen printing, and other visual details.
- Custom packaging assistance.