Case Study

A customer from the appliance industry approached Keats Southwest to stamp and assemble 2 million brass terminal screw assemblies for garage door openers.

First, our engineering team decided that using our multislide machine to stamp the .032″ thick, .67″ long and .332 wide assemblies would save the client time and money during the assembly process. After the assemblies were stamped and assembled, they were plated with an Electrobright tin over copper flash. We were able to hold tightest tolerances of ±.005″ throughout the stamping and assembly of the pre-tinned #260 brass screw assemblies.

For more information about this stamping and assembly project, please see the details below. To learn about all the quality services Keats Southwest can offer you, please contact us today.

Brass Terminal Screw Assembly

Product Description

This brass terminal screw assembly is used within a garage door opener.

Capabilities Applied/Processes

Primary:
Engineering
-Our engineering team created a cost effect solution to make the assembly method more efficient by utilizing our multislide-machine
-Multislide Stamping

Secondary:
Assembly
-Assemble Screw into Stamping
Plating
-Electrobright Tin Over Copper Flash for Solderability

Overall Part Dimensions

Material Thickness: .032"
Length: .67" Width: .332"
Width: .332"

Tightest Tolerances

±.005"

Material Used

Pre Tinned #260 Brass

Material Finish

Electrobright Tin

Industry for Use

Appliance

Volume

2 Million

Delivery Time

Weekly

Delivery Location

Mexico

Standards Met

Customer specifications

Product Name

Brass Terminal Screw Assembly