Tucker® equipment for joining systems combines two technologies in one modular system: Self-piercing rivets with semi-hollow rivet and punch rivet.

These techniques are used to join materials which cannot be welded easily, including aluminum-aluminum, aluminum-steel, and high-tensil steel.

Selection of the joining technology is determined by the customer's requirements. Semi-hollow rivets offer the highest stability of joints; punch rivets are suitable for riveting in line-of-sight.

Each application is specified by STANLEY® Engineered Fastening when utilising mechanical joining technology. The materials to be joined and the required stability determine the selection of joining element, die and design of gripper.

The facility can be operated via the robot, stationary and manually. This type of system configuration comprises several components:

  • ERC control
  • ERF feed
  • ERT gripper

Optional tool changer systems or rivet dividers can be implemented.

Fast Facts:

  • Electrically driven
  • Low maintenance requirements - no leakage
  • Independent of temperature and compressive media
  • Only electric connecting leads for controls and setting unit
  • Compensated setting process
  • Force path diagram online
  • Measurement of sheet thicknesses, rivet length and remaining base
  • Low power consumption
  • Low noise level
  • High availability >99%.

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The availability of the products described on this site, and the product descriptions, may vary from country to country. Consult your STANLEY® Engineered Fastening Account Executive or your local distributor for specific product information.