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Assembly Services

Streamline your supply chain and produce reliable stamping assemblies with Wiegel Tool Works, the leading metal stamping and tooling manufacturer who deploys sophisticated production and quality controls.

Wiegel Tool Works (WTW) has partnered with leading OEM and Tier manufacturers for over 77 years to streamline all stamping production processes within one operation and produce metal stampings and assemblies with automated assembly and semi-automated assembly services. Industries we serve include aerospace, appliance, automotive, construction and housing, electronics, electrical equipment, lighting, military, solar and telecommunications, among others.

For high volume production or prototype production, we can build complex progressive tooling that has the capabilities of joining components together in stamping production. Within our in-die assembly process, punch presses simultaneously produce stampings and assemble components to parts in one operation, reducing total production time. Stampings can also be produced in one operation and then placed in a secondary operation to assemble or insert components to stampings. Stamping assemblies can be designed to join multiple stamped parts together, plastic pieces, metal inserts, or insert hardware components such as fasteners, screw machine parts, bushings, nuts, and studs to metal stampings. Assembly processes include threading, staking, tapping, hardware insertion, parallel stamping of different parts, joining, stacking, welding, and riveting.

Stamped Parts:

Family owned and operated since 1941, Wiegel Tool Works is capable of producing a range of stamping assembly products including:

  • Battery Cable Connectors
  • Brackets
  • Brake Components
  • Bus Bars
  • Clips
  • Compression Limiters
  • Crush Bushings
  • Engine Components
  • Furniture Parts
  • Fuse Boxes
  • Fuse Clips
  • Heat Sinks
  • Hose Clamps
  • Housings
  • Lead Frames
  • Lighting Components
  • Press-fit Pins
  • Printer Cartridge Blades
  • Rolled Bushings
  • Seat Belt Buckle (Steel Tongue)
  • Selective Plated Lead Frames
  • Selective Plated Terminals
  • Sensor Components
  • Shields
  • Taillights
  • Terminals, Contacts and Connectors
  • Transmission Components
  • Transmission Lead Frames
  • Wire Formed Fasteners
  • Wire Formed Hooks
  • Wire Formed Springs
  • Wire Formed Terminals

Assorted Stamped Parts


Although each metal has its own blend of mechanical, chemical and surface properties, our knowledgeable engineering and production teams have decades of experience and can achieve optimum results from a variety of metals. Our team develops the right tooling techniques to ensure the unique properties of any metal are yielding exactly what our customers require for their metal stampings. Material types we commonly work with include:

  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Phosphor Bronze
  • Beryllium Copper
  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Carbon Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Galvanized Steel
  • Titanium
  • Platinum


Part specifications include:

  • Minimum Part Length/Width: 0.25 in (6.35 mm)
  • Maximum Part Length/Width: 24 in (609.6 mm)
  • Part Diameter: 0.25 in (6.35 mm) to 24 in (609.6 mm)
  • Part Thickness: .002 in (.051 mm) to .375 in (9 mm)
  • Tolerance: +/- .001 in (+/- .025 mm)


Our team of highly-skilled engineers provide design assistance, recommendations for material and plating selections, and offer cost savings ideas for part and tool designs using the latest 3D CAD modeling software, Siemens NX. Using the most sophisticated CAD software in the industry, our engineers can design and debug progressive dies and model part production through on-screen simulations prior to actual production, preventing issues and optimizing process efficiencies.

With a fully equipped tool room, we are capable of manufacturing complex progressive tooling for stamping assembly production “in house” instead of seeking assistance from an outside tool and die shop. The close alignment between our tool room and engineering team allows us to make necessary tooling changes and adjustments in real-time.

To ensure the consistent production of quality stamping assemblies and meet stringent customer requirements, multiple in-die sensors and in-line camera vision systems inspect critical dimensions of all running parts at high speed and high accuracy to ensure 100% quality with zero defects.

Stamping component features include automated in-die assembled, bi-metal, coated, coined, compliant pin (eye of the needle), countersunk, critical dimensions, EB welded, embossed, enameled, eyelets, flat, formed, heat-treated, IDC slots, inlay, multiple stamping, numbering, precious metal plated, reeled, shape critical, skived, strain relief, surface critical, surface mounted, tapped, threaded, tip coin and tuning forks.

Wiegel Tool Works is known for building partnerships through a “co-engineered” approach to collaboratively address design and manufacturing challenges alongside our customers. Together, with customer engineering and sourcing teams, we are routinely able to co-develop solutions and bring cost saving ideas to complex projects. It is our goal to optimize efficiency on every project by seamlessly bridging the work flow between the customer and Wiegel Tool Works. Decades of experience has proven to us that the most cost-effective manufacturing strategies synergize the best engineering practices at both the customer and at Wiegel Tool Works. We continually strive to be a premier service provider and invaluable resource to each customer by helping to drive efficiencies in all moving parts of a project.

We encourage you to obtain reliable parts by partnering with Wiegel Tool Works for your stamping assembly needs. With a dedicated team, innovative equipment and superior quality control, we provide exceptional services customized to each customer’s unique requirements.