A.M.E PDC will tailor a service to suit your needs.


No matter how big or how small your assembly will be, we are here to help. We currently do assembly work for the Medical Sector, Automotive and Leisure Sectors to name a few!


  • Inserting screws
  • Inserting Interference
  • fit parts to the Zinc components
  • Insert Heli coils
  • Cast In Inserts
  • Insert split pins
Lead Time for Actual Production 4-6 weeks
Minimum QTY Quantities are negotiable
Maximum QTY Unlimited

Big or small assemblies

Multiple types of work

Production lead time of 4-6 weeks

quantities are negotiable

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    How are Inserts fitted into castings?

    The fixture is fitted to the base of the hand press then the punch or insert holder is fitted to the head of the press tool. A casting is then loaded onto the fixture which aligns the casting in the correct position after that an insert is placed in the casting or attached to the insert holder/punch, the hand press is operated manually and applies several tonnes of pressure to push the inserts into position.

    This process can be repeated several 100 times per hour and u is reliable, repeatable and cost effective.

    What materials can Inserts be made of?

    Inserts can be made from many materials including:

    • Brass
    • Bronze
    • Copper
    • Steel
    • Cast Iron
    Can Inserts be knurled?

    Yes, Inserts can be knurled to ensure their fitment to a casting joining the two parts to make a stronger component.

    How many Inserts can be fitted per cycle?

    More than one insert can be fitted per cycle, this has many benefits including:

    • Improves component integrity.
    • Reduces secondary operations.
    • Improves component quality which can hold tighter tolerances when casting inserts in to a casting.
    What is Handling?

    Handling damage can be stopped by pick place layer packing with cardboard inserts between layers. Where necessary this can be improved by wrapping in tissue. Individual bagging in bubble wrap bags and pack into cardboard boxes. The process is reliable repeatable and cost effective.