Progressive Metal Stamping
Progressive metal stamping a complex process. With the progressive process, steel advances through different stations of the die. Depending on the complexity of the part, the number of stations is determined and could include punching, blanking, bending, coining, embossing, flanging, etc. At the end of the process, the completed part is produced utilizing just one die.
Common Progressive Metal Stamping Stations
|Coining||Force or pressure used to create a shape by displacing metal|
|Punching||Producing holes in a metal using a punch press|
|Fine Blanking||Accomplishes features often impossible with conventional cutting/punching|
|Deep Draw||Transforms metal into shapes in which depth is greater than diameter|
The Advantages of
Progressive Die Stamping:
• Quicker Set Up
• Speed of Production
• Less Scrap
Production quantities range from one to millions of pieces with J.I.T and blanket programs.
Require more than just the stamping?
Plating, heat-treating, assembly, packing are just a few of the additional services offered.
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