While assembly was already clearly a strength of Titan Tool & Die Limited, the Company established Devon Assembly in 2000 in response to a further foray into the realm of modular assemblies, taking on such an assembly that brought together more than forty five components into a 'battery tray' for General Motors Corporation's heavy truck line.
Devon Assembly currently makes as many welded assemblies as the Charles Street facility does stampings. With that focus, our team is recognized as the authority in a variety of welding, including projection, spot, Mig and capacity discharge welding.
Parts produced at Devon Assembly using this technology range from welding a single projection nut to robotic mig welding of multi-component assemblies.
Using the expertise gained in decades of production assembly welding, various departments under the organization's umbrella work together to design and build our multi-function welders in-house which allows each application to be suited specifically to our, and our customer's needs, including any custom application. The cost savings by integrating projection, spot and mig welding into one cell can be substantial.
Packaging into kits is another of our specialties including adding the instructions and sealing the containers. We add error proofing machinery to detect presence and correct installation of fasteners.
Titan Tool & Die Limited out-sources its coating needs to qualified, certified local companies. Powder coating, E-coating and other types of plating are a normal part of our processes. Regular quality inspections at suppliers' facilities as well as receiving inspection coming into our plant assures Titan Tool & Die Limited and our customers of high quality finishes that meet all customer specifications.
Devon Assembly also provides for the quintessential manufacturing atmosphere. The wide aisles allow for efficient movement of product from the shop floor to the high-bay warehousing area, leaving abundant room for movement of work in process and easy access to Devon Assembly's three-bay shipping and receiving dock.