Clinching & riveting machines

Our sheet metal clinching machines come off the shelf or completely custom. Choose from floor-mounted, bench-mounted or handheld (portable) configurations.

Our products

Pneumatic
Floor-mounted

T-Rex

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Pneumatic
Floor-mounted

MooseJaw

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Pneumatic
Floor-mounted

MooseJaw PL

The no. 1 most cost-effective method for joining ductile materials.

Pneumatic
Floor-mounted

Thor Pneumatic

The no. 1 most cost-effective method for joining ductile materials.

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We’ll take the time to find a solution for your application, big customer or small.

Pneumatic
Floor-mounted

T-Rex

Our flagship floor-mounted machine takes a dinosaur-sized bite out of your operating expenses.

Pneumatic
Bench-mounted

Thor Pneumatic

Benchtop-mounted pneumatic press for custom metal joining and hole-punching.

Bench-mounted
Hydro-pneumatic

Thor HydroPneumatic

Benchtop-mounted hydro-pneumatic press for custom metal joining and hole-punching.

Floor-mounted
Pneumatic

LockNess (Channel Letter Clinching)

Cutting-edge channel letter fastening machine with 120 cycles per minute.

Portable
Hydro-pneumatic

MooseJaw

Portable press powered by hydro-pneumatic technology.

Portable
Hydro-pneumatic

MooseJaw PL

Lightweight portable press for joining wall panels with standing seams.

Need help? Let’s talk.

We’ll take the time to find a solution for your application, big customer or small.

Common questions about our machinery

How are your clinching machines powered (electric, pneumatic, shop air)?

Our most common power systems are pneumatic. We love pneumatic tools because they're clean, economical and fast.

However, we've also developed 100% electric servo-powered presses to push our innovation to the highest level. When the needs and budgets of our clients require, we also build hydraulic and hydro-pneumatic systems that will run for decades.

We wrote an article comparing pneumatic, hydraulic, and servo systems if you need help deciding.

Do you manufacture your machines in-house?

Yes, we manufacture all our machines at our facility in Ontario, Canada. Our aim is to bring back the artistry and skilled trades of building quality, long-lasting, and innovative cold metal joining presses.

How are your machines priced?

We're a smaller company with little overhead, which allows us to price our equipment competitively.

Aside from the list price, we go over and above to make sure you're getting more value per dollar than you would get from any other manufacturer.

Do you offer handheld/portable riveting and clinching machines?

Yes, our MooseJaw and MooseJaw Panel Lock models are both handheld.

How do your machines compare to Norlok, BTM, Azimuth, Accu-Clinch, etc.?

Our founder and President, Byron Selorme, rose through the ranks at Norlok for 21 years and learned how to build quality clinching and riveting machinery as Director of Engineering.

Our machines generally work similarly to other clinching and SPR machine manufacturers. Because we're small, we can offer innovative machines at competitive prices and hands-on service. As an up-and-coming manufacturer, we also can't afford to ship subpar product; it would put us out of business.

Do you offer tooling and spare parts?

We sure do. We offer dies and punches, as well as spare parts compatible with (and often cheaper than) all big name brands such as

- BTM
- Norlok
- Azimuth Machinery
- Jurado Tools
- Accu-Clinch
- Midrivers Machinery
- Ductformer
- Taloc USA
- and more

What is clinching?

Clinching is a cold metal joining technique that uses no heat, only force, to join together layers of material. The material itself is used to produce the connection, making this one of the most eco-friendly methods of joining metals that there is. The process uses specialized tooling and machines to perform the joining method in one second or less.

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