Sheet Metal Stamping

Sheet metal stamping uses dies and presses to shape metal sheets into parts. It’s efficient for high-volume production and used in industries like automotive and aerospace.

Sheet metal stamping is a metalworking process that involves shaping metal sheets into desired forms using a press and die. It is a widely used method for manufacturing parts and components for various industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, and appliance manufacturing for volumetric requirements in a precise way.

Process:

Here are the scopes we are handling Material selection, design review, Die design & tooling, Blanking, Punching, Bending, Drawing, Forming, Trimming, Finishing, Assembly, Quality control & packaging.

Our Sheet Metal Stamping Services

Prototype stamping

This stamping process is designed for prototyping and small production runs, using dies specifically made for limited quantities. It is a cost-effective method for producing intricate sheet metal parts that cannot be fabricated by other means.

Progressive Die stamping

Progressive die stamping is a production-run manufacturing process that uses multiple dies to form the required shape progressively at each stage. Intricate parts that cannot be produced in a single press operation are made using this method. As the parts pass through multiple dies, the finished products are highly precise.

Deep-drawn die stampings

Deep drawing involves radially drawing a sheet metal blank and progressively shaping it. Traditional deep-drawn parts are hollow and cylindrical. Similar to progressive die stamping, this process requires multiple dies, making it suitable only for full production run parts.

Materials We Machine

Stamping Post Processing

Sheet Metal Bending

A manufacturing process that uses force to shape sheet metal into desired angles and forms.

Anodization

An electrochemical process that increases the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal parts, improving corrosion resistance and aesthetic appearance.

Chem-Coating

A chemical conversion coating process that enhances the corrosion resistance of metals, often used as a base for painting or powder coating.

Passivation

A cleaning and treatment process that removes surface contaminants and enhances the corrosion resistance of stainless steel and other metals.

Heat Treatment Process

A group of industrial and metalworking processes used to alter the physical and sometimes chemical properties of a material, usually to increase its strength or hardness.

Powder Coating

A dry finishing process where powdered paint is electrostatically applied to a surface and then cured under heat, creating a durable, high-quality finish.

Abrasive Blasting

A process of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface to clean, roughen, or smooth it, often used as a preparation for further coatings.

Our Capabilities

600 Tons Hydraulic Press Specification