Superior Techniques

Lanex provides a variety of assemblies, including; hot upset striker, small hand tape and mechanical. Lanex has also developed superior techniques in mating different types of steels, including rare alloys and SS products. Furthermore, Lanex offers manual mig welding, robotic mig welding as well as a wide variety of spot welding and press welding. Lanex also offers our clients the option of purchasing component module assemblies.

Welded Assemblies

In response to the advancement of vehicle drive systems and the inclusion of batteries and other heavyweight components, Lanex has diversified its welded assembly capabilities to include an aluminum product line. This line addresses the industry demand for material alternatives which offset curb weight while maintaining overall strength.

Lanex works with our material suppliers to provide our clients with current information on alloy substitutions, ideal welding alloys as well as updated weld studies to ensure that our clients are informed prior to the launching of their program.

Mechanical Assemblies

Lanex prides itself on working with our customers to develop superior solutions from product development to satisfying mid-program cost-conscious initiatives. Because Lanex has grown through innovation, we are able to provide our customers with premium products at competitive market prices.

Lanex’s in-house assembly process provides us with the competitive advantage of controlling the entire assembly process which allows us to offer industry-leading completed assemblies.

The Lanex team is capable of tackling all sub and modular assembly client requests, including: stampings, wire forms and tube forms. Lanex’s current assembly product line includes:

  • Riveted non static and static assemblies for seating applications
  • Striker assemblies, Hot upset and crash assembly
  • Mig Welded Wire to wire Exhaust suspension assemblies
  • Mig Welded Stamping to tube IP, structural support type assemblies
  • Mig Welded Wire to stamping multi-purpose assemblies
  • Mechanical (In progressive die style) nut assemblies as well as welded
  • Automated hand assemblies such as accelerator and brake arm assemblies
  • Over molded wire forms and stampings
  • Manual Tape assemblies