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Fastening solutions for automotive electronics
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More vehicles use electronics-based systems than ever before. As systems in our market have grown in complexity, the components inside them have become smaller and more compact. This makes it difficult to know how each part contributes to the success or failure of your product’s functionality. It’s time to think inside the box so that you can put more technology in less space.
We know high performance and reliability are crucial to your success.
PEM® exists to help you meet our industry’s challenging demands by enhancing technically clean products that reduce footprints, assembly times, and even weight. You need absolute confidence in the automotive fastening solutions used throughout all of your applications.
Seeing is believing. Whether you need nuts, studs, captive hardware, or a variety of fasteners, this Animation Library is designed to show you first hand how the products you rely on are designed to solve your biggest automotive engineering challenges.
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In late 2017, an automotive OEM introduced their Fifth Generation architecture, which was applied to their electric vehicle. The process came with significant challenges such as size constraints, cleanliness requirements, and more.
See how all of these challenges were addressed head on as we helped them reduce space by 80% and achieve a successful outcome.
Over 80% of today’s top automakers rely on the high performance and engineering excellence of our fastening solutions. From airbags to infotainment systems, our products are serving engineers as they build a variety of automotive electronics systems throughout a vehicle.
Whatever the application, our fasteners help move you forward with bigger cost savings, greater reliability, and eco-friendly performance.
Your operation is highly technical and sophisticated. Automotive engineers like you continue to incorporate more electronic and computerized components into each and every vehicle design.
We know that as these vehicles go from the drawing board to the assembly line, the need for technical cleanliness during manufacture and assembly only continues to grow.