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Stamping of a Steel Brake Housing Assembly for the Recreational Vehicle Industry

Brake Housing

This brake housing assembly was fabricated by stamping several components from C1008-1010 steel and assembling these parts with other machined parts by assembly with a robotic welder. The brake housing assembly had a material thickness of .120". We finished the housing by zinc plating with yellow trichromate, and then the parts were layer packed and delivered to the customer's facility in Ohio. Working from customer-supplied drawings, we kept our manufacturing tolerances to ±.010".

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Stamping of a Steel Brake Housing Assembly Project Highlights

Product Description This brake housing assembly is used within the recreational vehicle industry
Capabilities Applied/Processes
  • Assembled Using Robotic Welder
Zinc Plating
  • Layer Packed
Overall Part Dimensions Material Thickness: .120"
Tightest Tolerances ±.010"
Material Used C1008-1010 Steel
Material Finish Zinc Plating w/ Yellow Tri-chromate
Industry for Use ATV or Golf Cart recreational Vehicle
Volume 5,000 Per Year
Delivery Location Ohio
Standards Met Customer Supplied Drawings
Product Name Brake Housing Assembly

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