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Cold-Formed Micro-Components

Cold-heading uses applied force to punch metal blanks housed within a die, forming the desired component shape. The applied pressure causes the plastic flow of metal until the blank assumes the shape of the space within the die. This is a cost-effective option since heat treatments, shearing and other secondary processes are not necessary for the construction of simple components.

Some examples of cold-formed micro components include Kovar pins, micro eyelets, micro electronic components, micro contacts, cold-headed pins, and other micro or small components.

To learn more about the advantages of cold forming as well as how this process works, click here.

Micro cold forming and roll forming illustration

Custom Manufacturing

Custom Micro-components

MW Components specializes in the production of micro and miniature metal components. Cold-heading is often used to make high volumes of mission-critical parts that are stronger and more precise. Our 30 plus combined facilities have the right materials, technology, machinery, and industry experience to develop the perfect component for your application. Our experts work with exacting standards and tight tolerances, and many of our facilities maintain industry-specific certifications that ensure added precision and quality assurance.

To send us your specs or configure a part, request a custom quote.

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Precision components manufacturing - Cold-headed OEM parts

Cold-Forming Process Overview

How Does it Work?

To find more information about what the cold-heading / roll-forming process involves along with the advantages of the cold-forming process, visit our process page.

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