Comprised of stainless steel with a copper core (which you can see in the end on the right side), this part features machined threads and a milled groove, which serves as a locking feature. Used in a relay assembly, the part is 1” long by 0.25” in diameter.
Form Cut manufactures wire form parts of all shapes, application types, and formable metal types – from aviation and defense to electronics and telecommunications.
We can also combine multiple processes depending on your application, including stamping, bending, milling, and machining.
A legacy product, this copper part features 0.080” round copper wire flattened at one end and squeezed to 0.015 of an inch – and then bent into a “C” shape. The top of the flattened section is a working platform where engineers solder a connection.
These various hooks serve the same purpose as pins that have flattened and pierced ends: the end user connects wire to the loop. Form Cut can create wire form hooks from various materials. The hook at the top of the photo is a composite copper material. We can form various sizes of hooks, open or closed hooks, and straight or chamfered ends.