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Ensuring Danish Quality at a Competitive Price.

In a global economy, companies seek opportunities to maximize the end value for their customers. At FJ Industries, we have combined some of the most important factors that play a role when a company chooses subcontractors. In 2007, the doors to our production in China were opened, and since then, the casting and machining department has gained momentum.

28. August 2023

Sand Casting vs. Investment Casting – what are the differences?

There are many ways to produce metal components. At FJ Industries we produce metal components by powder metal and casting processes. The casting process can be conducted in numerous ways. In this blogpost we will describe the differences between investment casting and sand casting.

16. March 2022

Why Chinese foundries remain the best choice

FJ Industries is the link between expert Chinese foundries and the automotive industry. This has been the case for many years now and remains so despite the turmoil on the raw goods and shipping markets over the last couple of years.

26. January 2022

Powder metallurgy vs. investment casting – what are the differences?

In this blogpost we will examine powder metallurgy vs. casting, more specifically investment casting. There are different ways to produce metal parts. In development of metal parts, it should be considered which production route is the best for the specific part in question. In this section we will focus on powder metal compared to investment casting.

21. October 2021

Cold or warm compaction – what is the best choice?

The process of manufacturing sintered metal components consists of three steps: 1) Mixing the metal powders to the right blend, 2) compacting the powder to a ‘green body’ and finally 3) sintering the green body to give it the desired properties. Certain components may need some processing afterwards, but the three steps are common for all sintered metal parts.

18. October 2021

This is how FJ Industries meets the strict requirements of the automotive industry

When buiyng a car, you can choose from a huge selection of different brands and models. The range of shapes, colors, engine sizes, additional equipment, etc. allows anyone to find the perfect car to suit their needs. Car manufacturers have different approaches to designing and constructing cars, but they all have one thing in common: The cars’ components must, unconditionally, be of the highest quality – and so must the uniformity of the components.

18. October 2021

Why many companies are choosing powder metal components

“If you need the best metal components, go for machined parts.” Conventional wisdom has been telling us this for centuries, but it’s time to think again: The sintering method is developing and has now become so sophisticated that the advantages are hard to overlook.

12. October 2021

Why our in-house tool department benefits the customer

At FJ Industries we have always prioritzed having a well-staffed and well-equipped tool department under our own roof. In-house tool-making is one of the reasons we remain highly competitive and is a preferred supplier to many customers.

12. October 2021

FJ Industries – One of the Few Danish Companies with an IATF 16949 Certification

It is hard work to become a supplier to the international automotive industry. FJ Industries have built a position as a respected producer of components in cast, machined, and sintered metal, and that has been possible through our persistent work with quality assurance.

30. September 2021

Casting vs. forging – what are the differences?

At FJ Industries we produce metal components for a wide range of customers with varying requirements. Some choose casted components while others prefer forged parts, depending on the required properties, complexity and size of the component in question.

23. September 2021