- General Tolerance: +/-0.2mm within 100mm
- We can help you weld, powder coat, and assembly with screw nuts.
We Specialize in Delivering Top-notch Solutions for All your Metal Sheet Needs:
With our state-of-the-art equipment and experienced team, we provide precise and efficient Sheet Metal stamping and Sheet Metal pressings services that meet the highest industry standards. From complex designs to high-volume production runs, we have the capabilities to handle it all. Our expert craftsmen ensure each stamped and pressed metal sheet is flawlessly formed, meeting your exact specifications. With our commitment to quality, reliability, and timely delivery, we are your trusted partner for all your metal sheet stamping and pressing requirements. With the help of our innovative Sheet Metal die press and Sheet Metal stamping press equipment, we provide fast and cost-effective solutions that can't be beaten.
Our steel press mold capabilities are second to none, allowing us to produce high-quality parts with incredible precision every time. Experience excellence in metal fabrication – contact us today! Whether you need simple flat pieces or complex components with intricate designs, we have the expertise and technology necessary to get the job done right.
Metal Stamping and Pressing - A Fast and Cost-effective Solution for Large-quantity Manufacturing Need:
Embrace the speed and cost-effectiveness of metal stamping and Sheet Metal pressing to propel your production capabilities to new heights. With the power of precision and efficiency, these processes can transform metal sheets into desired components at an impressive speed. Stamping is a manufacturing process to convert flat metal sheets into specific shapes. It is an intricate process comprising several metal press mold practices — blanking, punching, bending, and piercing, to name a few. The process provides service for industries in automobile, medical, aerospace, and other market solutions.
Process of Metal Press Stamping:
The process of metal press stamping is a highly efficient and widely used manufacturing technique for shaping and forming metal sheets.
In metal press stamping, flat Sheet Metal in either blank or coil form is put into a stamping press where a tool and die surface form the metal into a net shape. Stamping includes various sheet-metal forming manufacturing processes using a machine press or stamping press. Progressive dies are typically fed from a coil of steel, a coil reel for unwinding the lock to a straightener to level the ring, and then into a feeder, which advances the material into the Sheet Metal press and dies at a predetermined feed length. Contingent on part complexity, the number of stations in the die can be determined.
Production facilities and metal fabricators providing metal press stamping services will place the material to be stamped between die sections, where the use of pressure will shape and shear the material into the wanted final shape for the product or component.
Metal stamping is a cost-effective, high-speed manufacturing process that can produce a high volume of identical metal components. Sheet metal press mold processes are suitable for short or long production runs, directed with other metal forming operations, and may consist of more specific methods or techniques.
Sheet Metal stamping machines may do more than just stamping; they can cast, punch, cut, and shape metal sheets. Machines can be automated or computer numerically controlled (CNC) to offer high accuracy and repeatability for each stamped piece. Electrical discharge machining (EDM) and computer-aided design (CAD) programs safeguard accuracy.
Numerous tooling machines for the dies used in the stampings are available. Progressive, forming, compound, and carbide tooling perform exact stamping needs. Progressive dies can create sheet metal press mold of multiple pieces on a single piece simultaneously.
Sheet Metal is specially produced into thin, flat sheets. The thickness of Sheet Metal can vary, but it is characteristically no thicker than 6 mm – at that point, it’s considered “plate” rather than “sheet.” Sheet metal can be one of the multiple types of metal, like aluminum, brass, copper, steel, tin, nickel, and others. Metal stamping mold forms sheet metal into numerous required shapes.
There are many different ways to metal press mold sheets, each with its gear, costs, and procedures. Sheet metal can be shaped by bending, rolling, spinning, stamping, laser cutting, pressing, and perforating, to name a few. The process or processes used typically depends on the product itself.
Key Benefits of Metal Stamping and Pressing:
Some of the benefits of metal stamping mold comprise lower die costs, lower secondary costs, and a high level of mechanization compared to other processes. Metal stamping dies to tend to be comparatively less expensive to produce and maintain than those used in other standard processes. The secondary costs, such as cleaning and plating, are also cheaper than analogous treatments for other metal fabrication processes. Sheet metal stamping machines are relatively easy to mechanize and employ high-end computer-control programs that provide greater precision, faster production, and quicker turnaround times. The high level of mechanization also lowers the cost of labor.