ARaymond News


Date : 04/18/18

Cage Nuts – Simplify Assembly Operations on Any High-Service Panel Application

ARaymond Tinnerman cage nuts combine the assembly ease of a spring steel fastener with the robust joint of a cold-headed nut.  Commonly used on server racks, HVAC & appliances, speed grip cage nuts can simplify assembly operations on any high-service panel application  Look for the new “RG” and “T” stampings on… [+]

Date : 03/28/18

Panel Edge Nuts (U-Nuts) – Providing Simple, Rapid Panel Attachment

ARaymond Tinnerman panel edge nuts self-retain in screw receiving position improving assembly time and eliminating costly welding and clinching costs.  They are easy to assemble, requiring no special tools and disassemble easily and reliably.  New parts are now available in single-impression & long-throat, tapped barrel styles. … [+]

Date : 01/15/18

When reduced assembly effort comes with reduced assembly costs: the case of Trim Clips

It’s a general rule of thumb we all have somewhere at the back of our minds: when something costs less, it’s usually less appealing. Well… That’s not always true in engineering, at least not when innovation comes into play. Our metal trim clips enable discreet and solid fastening of panels and are an ideal solution for O… [+]

Date : 08/24/17

Cage nuts: the smarter alternative to tapped holes!

A process as simple as assembling panels can rapidly become a source of  additional costs if not handled smartly. While our speed grip cage nuts have been making the method smarter for several decades, their origin can now be easily identified with the new “RG” & “T” lettering which is now stamped on the cage. A sea… [+]

Date : 06/27/17

Grounding clips: smarter grounding for electrical appliances!

While manufacturers don’t have a say on protective-ground connection requirements for a given device, they have more freedom when it comes to choosing how to implement grounding. So why not make the most of it? ARaymond* has come up with a solution to induce real savings and solid benefits by rethinking grounding methods. The problem with … [+]

Date : 05/29/17

Why part reduction entices engineers

Increased strength, higher temperature performance, more versatility or even tool-free: the range of new design features we have developed is large. Among the most commonly requested features is compactness. Of course it can be achieved by reducing the dimensions of a given model, but a valuable solution sometimes also lies in part reduction, by co… [+]

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Cage Nuts – Simplify Assembly Operations on Any High-Service Panel Application [+]
Panel Edge Nuts (U-Nuts) – Providing Simple, Rapid Panel Attachment [+]
When reduced assembly effort comes with reduced assembly costs: the case of Trim Clips [+]