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Metal Stamping

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Metal Stamping

For those high volume demands our punch press can get the parts made, and fast. Our expert operators and engineers can assist your team with the tooling design and development to make sure the first part is just as good as the millionth.

Usually done with a flat sheet of cold metal, Stamping, also known as pressing, is the process of creating a net shape out of metal using a tool and die surface. There are many other metal stamping processes such as embossing, bending, flanging, punching, etc. that we use to when working our customers. Other materials like polystyrene can be used. Depending on the need of the customer, we can use progressive dies that are typically fed material via coil of steel. After it is unwound, it is then leveled and fed into the press to a predetermined length. The entire process of feeding the metal stamping with coil of steel helps in significantly reducing production lead-times. All of the benefit of our customers.

  • Stainless Steel
  • Galvannealed Steel
  • Galvanized Steel
  • Aluminum
  • and exotic metals
  • 175 Metric Tonnage
  • 16” Stroke
  • Max Tool Size: 40” x 24”
  • Max Sheet Size: 60” x 120”
  • Max Thickness: ¼” Mild Steel

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