The design and build process starts when our in-house engineering department meets with customers to understand their application requirements and review any engineering drawings or models available. After the initial meeting, BTM’s engineers deliver a design reference concept including drawings and engineering specifications for the final product.
Once the customer has signed off on the design concept, our applications engineers do the detailed design that will be sent to BTM’s in-house manufacturing and assembly team. BTM manufactures most of its parts in-house. This helps streamline manufacturing and allows us to quickly respond to any service request related to our products.
Once the die set is assembled, BTM performs testing and verification using in-house prototyping presses. Following internal testing and inspection, customers are welcome to come to the plant to inspect the order before delivery.
Tog-L-Loc® die joins multiple pre-painted steel furnace panels.