Expert Metal Swaging Services
Our Metal Swaging Process
Our swaging process utilises cold forming and compressive force to shape functional metal products. A cutting edge Tanfield sheet metal swaging machine forces the workpiece through a die, which is responsible for the shape the metal takes on. Secondary passes with different dies can be used to shape the workpiece further.
At Tanfield, we pride ourselves on being flexible. As such, our customers can expect us to provide expert advice before and during metal forming processes such as swaging. Our knowledge allows us to provide recommendations in relation to metal thickness and tolerance levels.
What Metal Swaging Can Do For You
Our metal swaging process can be used to form complex shapes and contours in metal tubing, rods, and wires. As a result, sheet metal swaging can have applications in air movement systems, playground apparatus, and manufacturing machine components, as a few examples.
Furthermore, we use metal swaging to reduce the diameter of a workpiece, create tapers or flares, or produce irregular shapes. We recognise that these features are often difficult to achieve through other metalworking processes. Therefore, our metal swaging services ensure Tanfield can meet your needs.
We believe that collaboration is key! That’s why we work closely with you to ensure that we provide solutions tailored to your unique needs and requirements.
No drawing? No problem, our expert team will provide one free of charge.
Since 1984 we’ve built an enviable first-class reputation based on the highest quality workmanship with the best advice available on metal thickness and tolerance levels.
We have an open-minded approach to satisfying our customers engineering needs.
We pride ourselves on deeply understanding our customers’ needs quickly and effectively. 90% of our quotes are provided within 24 hours.
We take great pride in our excellent on time deliver performance, helping our customers projects run on time, every time.
With our large range of fully automatic spinning lathes, in our 35,000 sq-ft facility, you can be assured of receiving the best solution for your application, along with the very best lifetime value.
We are very proud to say we are a 100% ‘made in Great Britain’ manufacturer.