Dimensionally Stable Steering-Wheel Shaft from Only One Pipe

The steering-wheel shaft connects the steering wheel with the steering gear and provides the driver with feedback from the road. Shocks and vibrations should not be transferred in the process.

Felss Steering-Wheel Shaft

Thanks to the rotary swaging process, Felss steering-wheel shafts offer one-part solutions with the strictest requirements for the internal profile. Felss steering-wheel shafts are produced from only one pipe in the net shape process. The external and internal contours are thereby manufactured with only a few production steps within a single work procedure, without additional follow-up work. Production costs are reduced in the process, while improved straightness and the greatest geometry precision of the component are assured. Felss thus offers economical series production up to ready-to-install components.

Added Value

Felss Benefits Icon Lighter

Lighter

10 % lighter in comparison to alternative processes

Felss Benefits Icon Stronger

Stronger

Increased strength in comparison to alternative processes.

Felss Benefits Icon Resource Efficient

Resource Efficient

Lower production costs.

Felss Benefits Icon More Precise

More Precise

30% more precise and improved straightness of the workpiece.

Felss Components in Use: Our Applications

Felss Steering-Wheel Shaft

Steering-Wheel Shaft

Felss steering-wheel shafts are produced from one pipe, which reduces production costs and simultaneously ensures improved straightness and the highest level of geometry precision.

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Felss Steering Shaft

Steering Shaft

This Felss steering shaft is, in contrast to manufacturing using other processes, produced from one part.

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Felss Hollow Shaft

Hollow Shaft

This hollow shaft unites advanced function integration with the highest resource efficiency and increased component strength.

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