All F&G Customers benefit from our long-Term relationships with the "Who's Who" of the aerospace, medical, electronics, appliance and automotive industries.
Although the bottom-line results we produce for our customers speak volumes about our relationships with them…our close, efficient working alliances with them are what really make the difference. We invite you to discover first-hand why so many of our customers have been depending on F&G for so many years.
Multi-Slide and Four-Slide production processes are often substantially more flexible and efficient than conventional stamping methods. Multi-Slide machines feed coiled flat or wire stock through up to three stages of multiple-axis stamping, bending or forming in rapid succession…usually completing a part with each stroke. Punching, piercing, notching, extruding, curling, embossing, coining, tapping, riveting, stacking, assembly and much more. All these processes performed in a continuous motion and often, without a secondary, off-line operation of any kind. That's efficiency. Compact
dies can be used to punch or form a remarkable variety of shapes, while many operations can be performed by single "slide-form" tooling that often consists of a cam to bend or shape the stock around a mandrel. For more complex assemblies, pre-fabricated parts can be hopper-fed into position and assembled directly to the stamping as it's being formed on the Multi-Slide machine. Slide-forming
is versatile, precise, fast and extremely efficient.