Standardised and individually configurable NAAMS components

for body-in-white production

NAAMS Standard - What is behind it?

The NAAMS standard (North American Automotive Metric Standard) was established by the automotive manufacturers Chrysler, Ford and General Motors as well as Dayton Progress (a subsidiary of MISUMI). The NAAMS standard defines components which are used for body-in-white production. The goal of this initiative is to generate time and costs savings. Find out more at

NAAMS and MISUMI - A standard combined with customer-specific solutions

Despite standardisation, body-in-white components often have to be modified in order to meet the requirements of the bodyshell precisely. Therefore, additional effort is required. MISUMI USA thought about a solution to this problem and has launched individually configurable NAAMS components. These products have now been introduced to the European market as well.

At a glance: Configurable NAAMS components from MISUMI:


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In the spotlight: Individually configurable NAAMS pins from MISUMI

In order to avoid costs for individual adjustments, the graphic below shows you by means of an example how you can configure NAAMS products from MISUMI to your desired specifications.

NAAMS locating pins

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