February 1, 2020
Buckeye in the 1950’s (then “The Ohio Nut and Bolt Company”) had half a century of success. Ohio Nut & Bolt’s RN and XN style weld nuts, and electrode patents, established the company as a leader and innovator in the weld fastener industry. By 1955, Ohio Nut & Bolt was …
January 2, 2020
Buckeye in the 1930’s (then “The Ohio Nut and Bolt”) were leading headlines in the top trade papers, due to an innovative new type of bolt the company created, which gave manufacturers a huge advantage in the projection or resistance welding process.
December 26, 2019
Reflecting on 8 Years of Employee Ownership
During his five years at Buckeye Fasteners, Sam Medlin has held a variety of positions. He started off in the packaging department at our warehouse, worked his way into the shipping department and now is a Resistance Welding Technician…
May 12, 2018
Automotive OEMs can eliminate or overcome production issues caused by fastening problems by using the design expertise of fastener manufacturers. However, not all fastener manufacturers are created equal. It is essential to choose a manufacturer who not only has the expertise and capacity to meet strict specifications, but also can incorporate design features that save on assembly time and cost, while improving the quality and resilience of completed assemblies.
January 23, 2018
A concern across manufacturing industries is resistance welding exotic metals, specifically, high strength low alloy steel (HSLA). Maintaining the appropriate temperature to get the projections to set correctly on the material is a complication for many manufacturers. The Resistance Welding staff at Buckeye encourage customers encountering these concerns to send their exotic materials to Buckeye so their Resistance Welding Experts can develop the weld schedules necessary to ensure a good weld.