Clinching Machines

Clinching Machines

At ISM Machinery, we offer clinching machines from TALOC USA which offer a better way to join metal pieces together with a state-of-the-art clinching process. These clinching machine presses use a button-lock that replaces rivets, screws and spot welding. Contact ISM Machinery today to experience the numerous benefits of TALOC clinching machines including a faster and more reliable process.

The Clinching Machine Process:

The TALOC clinching (joining) machine process takes place when a special punch and die form an interlocking joint between two materials. This fastening process eliminates the need for spot welding, riveting, screws or other processes. Clinching has endless applications including HVAC, automotive, appliances, roofing, and any application that requires joining two pieces of metal.

TALOC Clinching Machine Features:

  • Clinching Machine Process- faster and more reliable than Air Over Oil Clinching process.
  • Solid State Frame and Horn Sections cut from 4” thick steel plate provide less deflection for longer tooling life.
    • Custom Frame and Horns are available
  • Speed of Production- machines feature Single or Continuous modes that operate over
    • 300 SPM – Fastest in the Industry!
  • Clutch and Actuator- Mechanical clutch offers choice of actuator -  Electric or Pnuematic
  • Floating Punch Assembly allows for easy adjustments to keep tooling perfectly concentric which assures a consistently strong lock and long tooling life.
  • Modular Mechanical Head- Complete head is wedged into frame section and built from interlocking components CNC machined from high grade material for precision strength and durability.

Taloc Process
Step 1Step 2Step 3
Two pieces of material are placed on the die as the machine is actuated. The clamp and punch strike the material, holding it firmly in place.Once the material is held in place, the punch draws the material into a cup- shaped cavity. The clamp allows for expansion as the punch forces the material to flare out, locking the material together.
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