The automotive radiator frame assembly shown here was designed to house the radiator in class 8 trucks for a major automotive manufacturer. The frame components were stamped from 0.250″ thick aluminum on our 800-ton press, and then assembled with the use of our robotic welding system.

The finished assembly measured 37.255″ in length, and 6.244″ in height, with tolerances of +/- 0.010. They also received extensive quality inspections including visual inspection of all welds. We produce 15,000 of these assemblies annually, with the initial order being completed in 14 weeks. For more information on this precision metal stamping project, contact us or see the table below.

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Highlights of This Precision Metal Stamping Project

Product Description

Truck Radiator Frame Assembly

Capabilities Applied / Processes

Metal Stamping

  • Stage Tooling

Robot Welding

  • 25 Parts/Hr
Equipment Used to Manufacture Part

800 Ton Press

Overall Part Dimensions

Length: 37.255″
Height: 6.224″

Tightest Tolerances

+/- 0.010

Material Used

Thickness: 0.250″

In Process Testing / Inspection Performed

Dimensional Inspection

  • Micrometers
  • Calipers
  • CMM

Visual Inspection

  • Inspected All Welds on Both Sides of the Brackets
Industry for Use

Automotive Industry


15,000 Annually @ Peak

Delivery / Turnaround Time

Initial Delivery: 14 Weeks

Delivery Location


Standards Met

Customer Supplied Print, 2D CAD Drawing

Product Name

Radiator Frame Assembly