Metal Stamping and Deep Drawn Stamping Services
Metal stamping can be used to form sheet metal into a variety of designs. This process uses a stamping die or series of dies to cut, pierce, and otherwise shape the metal. The stamping process can occur in several different ways, including a single process with one or more dies, a series of progressive dies in the same machine, or in transfer stamping where the workpiece is moved between dies on separate machines.
With prototyping, metal stamping, and contract manufacturing capabilities, Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company is a leading custom component manufacturer serving customers in the automotive aftermarket, construction, consumer goods, and electronics industry, and more. Committed to serving major industrial sectors, including the solar and wind energy sectors, we handle all aspects of a project, from stamping and coating to assembly.
Benefits of Metal Stamping
Metal stamping offers a wide range of benefits that make it a useful process for the mass production of many designs. Some of the primary benefits include:
- Cost Effective
While initial tooling may come with elevated upfront costs, the overall cost of metal stamping can be significantly reduced for larger production runs. Since the dies can be reused for each process, larger orders gain significant economies of scale. We answer the question “How Much Does Metal Stamping Cost?” frequently at Manor Tool. Our engineers and tool makers work with you to optimize performance vs. investment.
Metal stamping enables the production of a wide range of designs, including those with complex geometries and high precision requirements. Metal stamping can also create more geometries in a single process than many other metal forming methods.
- Quick Setup
The lead times for metal stamping are relatively short, which means production can begin quickly.
The dies and tooling used in metal stamping offer extremely precise cuts and shapes. In addition, metal stamping is a cold forming operation, which means no additional heat is applied to the metal during the stamping process. This avoids warping and improves the accuracy of the final part.
Additional benefits provided by metal stamping include:
- Consistent high-quality parts
- Fast turnaround
- Reduced scrap metal
- Long production runs
- High repeatability
- Low cost per part
A variety of industries use metal stamping to create parts and components. Some of these industries include:
Aerospace applications require highly specialized parts with consistent repeatability and quality. The precision offered by metal stamping makes it an ideal solution for producing a wide range of aerospace components.
- Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM)
OEMs tend to produce machinery and parts in high volumes. Metal stamping provides a fast, cost-effective method for high-volume production.
- Oil and Gas
The oil and gas sector durable parts for use as connectors, seals, and a range of other applications. Metal stamping offers the precision and quality necessary to support safe operation in this demanding industry.
There is no room for error in medical devices and other medical applications. As such, the medical sector relies on metal stamping to produce consistent high-quality components and tools.
- Fluid Power
Fluid power applications require a range of high-quality washers, flanges, and other parts that can withstand the pressure ranges and corrosiveness of the application’s environment. Metal stamping offers an ideal solution for fabricating these essential components.
Why Manor Tool & Manufacturing
As an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company creates precision metal stampings, formed components, assemblies, and sub-assemblies. We stamp parts from a wide range of material including aluminum, brass, carbon steel, nickel, copper, and plastics. Material thickness ranges from .005″ to .500″, depending on the type of material and the nature of the part produced.
Manor is happy to work with perforated metal, short-run, thin-wall, and complex components, and we specialize in medium to high volume production runs. We offer a max press rating of up to 400 tons and our range of equipment allows us to customize our services based on the specific needs of our customers.
In addition to our metal stamping services, we offer numerous secondary and machining services and work with many of our customers to provide custom tooling and fabricating services. Our commitment to quality means an experience designed to fit the exact needs of your project. To see more about our processes and quality commitments, visit our videos page.
We also offer comprehensive engineering reviews for your designs or parts. If you need a partner in the metal stamping field to match your specific manufacturing requirements, Manor can help. To learn our processes and capabilities, including secondary services, please contact Manor today.
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