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    NAAMS Standards

    NAAMS Standards, or North American Automotive Metric Standards, are global standard components used for assembly and stamping in manufacturing. They were created and are still maintained through a collaborative effort by FCA North America LLC., Ford Motor Company, General Motors Company, and their suppliers. These standards are set to outline and specify components that are approved to design and manufacture stamping dies and tooling for use in production or joining various sheet metal products as part of the vehicle body and/or assembly process. The initiative first began under the sponsorship of the Auto/Steel Partnership in 1992 and then later transferred in 2010 to the United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR).

    History

    In 1992, the three North American Based Automotive Companies which were Ford Motor Company, General Motors Corporation, and DaimlerChrysler Corporation at the time, along with a community of suppliers, all participated together in a voluntary project under the sponsorship of the Auto/Steel Partnership (A/SP). The team addressed the practice of using common metric convention and standard components that were being used in stamping dies. They were known as the NAAMS Stamping Team and their work led to the publication of the NAAMS Stamping Standards, which was formerly known as Forming and Stamping Standards, in January 1995. Similarly, the Mechanical Components Project Team addressed the same common and standard components being used in body assembly tooling and their work led to publishing the NAAMS Assembly Standards, formerly known as Assembly and Fabrication Standards, in March of 1996. These standards have aided in reducing the number of parts with similar functionality. In doing so, they have drastically reduced the cost and lead-time needed to manufacture stamping and assembly tools.

    The A/SP started with the big three automotive manufacturers and twelve other North American steel producers in 1987. They added these standards to their website in 1997 to help give quick access to the ongoing changes, new standards, and updates for users everywhere. The open communication that was created helps to nurture an understanding and cooperation to benefit all parties and improve automotive designs, processes, and tooling.

    Information provided by www.naamsstandards.org/

    We offer all NAAMS Standards parts and products from current even to obsolete and discontinued ones. Follow the categories below to browse our vast selection or search for the proper NAAMS codes here:

     Bases  Cylinder and Shock  Components  Fastener   Components  L-Blocks  Locating Pins and  Retainers
     Master  Blocks  NC Blocks  Pass and Load  Stands  Peripheral  Components  Pin Mounting  Assemblies
     Pivots  Power Clamps  Rest blocks  Riser Angle  Backets  Robotics
     Rough  Locators  Safety Pin Components  Safety Screen  Systems  Shims and Spacers  Shop Floor  Components
     Stop Blocks  Switch Mounting Components

     

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    NAAMS Standards