Metal Stamping Services • Custom Sheet Metal Parts

Utilizing sheet metal and one or more stamping dies, the metal stamping process shapes and cuts a metal workpiece to generate components in an array of designs. A highly accurate and repeatable manufacturing technique, metal stamping can quickly and efficiently produce high product volumes without sacrificing quality, all at a low per-part rate.

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Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company provides a broad range of metal stamping services to clients in industries ranging from electronics and consumer goods to construction and automotive aftermarket components. Whether you’re interested in a prototype or small production run, or you have a high-volume project, our team has the resources and expertise to get the job done right. As a custom manufacturer, we offer turnkey, end-to-end services from design consultations and tool making through coating and assembly to ensure your precision products meet your unique project requirements.

High-Quality Custom Metal Stamping Solutions From Manor Tool

To create custom metal stampings, Manor Tool leverages our 65 years of experience, expert staff, and well-equipped facility to provide solutions tailored to your needs. Our comprehensive metal stamping capabilities allow us to:


Our Metal Stamping Specifications

General Capabilities

Contract Manufacturing


Industry Focus

  • Aerospace
    Consumer Goods
  • Energy

Intended Application

  • Appliances
    ATV (All Terrain Vehicles)
    Electric Motors
    Lighting Fixtures
    Networking Equipment
  • Batteries
    Electric Motors
    Lighting Fixtures
    Networking Equipment Door (Automatic/Manual)
    Automotive Aftermarket
    Gaming Industry
    Tube Fabrication

Maximum Press Rating

400 tons

Part Length

48 in
1219.2 mm

Part Width

96 in
2438.4 mm

Part Thickness

.250-.500 in (Depending on application)
6.35-9.525 mm

Fork Lifting Capacity

8,000 lbs

Crane Capacity

6,000 lbs

Tolerance (+/-)

±.0005 in
±.0127 mm

Industry Standards

  • ISO
    International Organization for Standardization
    ISO 9001:2015
    International Traffic in Arms Regulations (Compliant)
  • Military Specifications
    Pressure Equipment Directive
    Restriction Of Hazardous Substances (Compliant)

Production Method

  • Coining/Swage
    Compound Die/Blank Through
    Deep Drawn/Form
  • Pierce Die
    Progressive Die

Production Capabilities

  • Complex
    Work with small coils to 15M pound coils
    Flat stock
    Automatic high-speed presses and feedlines
    Single stroke secondary and hand fed operations
    Experienced with obtaining and/or maintaining the cosmetic appearance of your parts.
    Press Room Equipment List (PDF – 599KB)

Production Volume

1 unit
Prototype and short run to medium and high volume

Monitoring and Control Equipment

  • Infrared Retro-Reflective Lasers
    Fiber Optics
    Load Tonnage Monitors
  • Proximity Sensors
    Various Types of Die Protection Equipment


  • Aluminum
    Beryllium Copper
    Carbon Steel
    Nickel Alloy
    Phenolic Kraft Paper
  • Stainless
    Flat Stock
    Thin Material

Stamping Features

  • Coated
    Stretch Formed
    Contour Formed
    Cold Form
  • Embossed
    Heat Treated
    In Die Tapping

Additional Services Provided

  • Assembly
    Heat Treating
  • Painting
    Powder Coating
    Stress Relieving

File Formats

  • AutoCAD (DWG)
    Drawing Interchange Format, or Drawing Exchange Format
    Initial Graphics Exchange Specification, ANSI file format.
    JPG or JPEG
    Joint Photographic Experts Group
    MasterCam (MC10 & UP)
    Portable Document Format
    STEP Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data
    Tagged Image File Format
    Unigraphics (PRT)


Custom Stamped Metal Parts for Industrial Applications

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, such as the following:

  • Brackets
  • Fasteners
  • Flexible couplings
  • Subcomponents
  • Torsion springs

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 & Gas

The oil and gas sector uses durable parts for connectors, seals, and a range of other applications. Metal stamping offers the precision and quality necessary to support safe operation in this demanding industry. Common metal stamped components that Manor Tool creates for the oil and gas sector include:

  • Fuel injectors and pressure regulators
  • Rotary valves
  • Universal joints (U-joints)
  • Valve actuator parts and valve seals (subcomponents and shut-off handles)


There is no room for error in medical devices and other medical applications. As such, the medical sector relies on metal stamping parts to produce consistent, high-quality components and tools. Our healthcare offerings include the following:

  • Biopsy trays
  • Dental office table, chair, and light components
  • Instrumentation connector parts
  • Medical gas fittings and scissors
  • Surgical forceps and retractors
  • Thermometers (thermostat bezels)

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. Common parts for the fluid power industry that we create with metal stamping are:

  • Hydraulic fittings, hose fittings, and valves
  • Mounting flanges
  • Quick connectors
  • Rotary joints


Metal stamping is a cost-effective, reliable choice for construction component manufacturing. The process is capable of creating precise bends and shapes with the capacity for high-volume production. The metal stamping technique is also compatible with several strong, durable, and malleable metals that are well-suited to manufacturing construction tool parts. At Manor Tool, we can create components for:

  • Fasteners and staplers
  • Hand, power, and pneumatic tools
  • Nail guns


Types of Metal Stamping

As a stamping parts manufacturer, Manor Tool specializes in two methods of metal stamping: progressive die stamping and deep drawn stamping.

  • Progressive Die Stamping

    Progressive die stamping utilizes multiple workstations, each performing a different action to incrementally create a metal component. This fast, cost-efficient process moves the metal part from station to station on its stock strip, enabling great control over the positioning of a part for optimal quality control. We use progressive die stamping presses ranging in capacity from 22 to 400 tons to achieve tight tolerances of ±0.0005 inches.

  • Deep Drawn Stamping

    Deep drawn stamping is highly precise. The stamping press draws a metal sheet radially into the die cavity, shaping the material into a hollow three-dimensional form — often cylindrical — without resulting in any joints or seams. Offering repeatable accuracy, the deep drawn process also results in stronger metals because of the strain hardening that occurs during production. Our stamping presses can achieve large as well as very deep stamped components using this process.

Your Trusted Partner in Metal Stamping: The Manor Tool Advantage

Manor Tool is committed to quality, accuracy, and consistency in every stamping project. As a full-service, ISO 9001:2015-certified operation, we offer in-house design, tooling, and custom metal stamping and fabrication solutions to ensure quality at every stage. With decades of experience serving key industries with metal and plastic stamped goods, we know how to cost-effectively produce everything from prototypes to high-volume runs of complex components.

Ready to Get Started? Contact Manor Tool for Your Metal Stamping Needs

At Manor Tool, it’s our goal to solve our customers’ production challenges through high-quality metal stamping at competitive prices. Contact us today to learn more about our abilities, or request a quote for your next metal stamping project.

Metal Stamping FAQs

What are the advantages of metal stamping?

Metal stamping is:

  • Fast
  • Accurate
  • Consistent
  • Versatile
  • Low-waste
  • Cost-effective, especially for high-volume production runs


What are the advantages of metal stamping?

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How do I determine the best materials to use when metal stamping products?

The specific characteristics of a material and its ability to be stamped or machined successfully will greatly influence material selection. Cost and aesthetics may also influence ideal material choice. Make sure the material you choose fits the function and performance specifications of your application.

For example, manufacturing metal baskets for office use likely does not require high-performance steel or even stainless steel. On the other hand, manufacturing counters for industrial kitchens does require high-quality, food-grade stainless steel.

The most common types of metal stamping materials include:

  • Ferrous metals: steel, stainless steel, carbon steel
  • Nonferrous metals: aluminum, brass, bronze, zinc
  • Custom alloys: beryllium copper, beryllium nickel
  • Precious metals: gold, silver, platinum

What is the production volume of Manor Tool’s presses?

At Manor Tool, our 30-press facility can handle a thousand to over a million parts with ease. We use our own tooling services or your existing dies to produce results exactly to your specifications.

What are the limitations of metal stamping?

Metal stamping is a highly effective, versatile process. However, no single process can accomplish everything. Metal stamping’s limitations include:

  • Complex designs. CNC machining and related production techniques may be a better choice to produce goods with particularly complex geometries.
  • Thick materials. Metal stamping cannot work with the exceptionally thick metals that forming techniques like metal forging can.
  • Order size versus cost. The process tends to be more cost-effective for higher-volume orders because of the initial cost you pay for tooling.
  • Direction of metal grain. The metal stamping process can impact a metal’s grain direction, negatively affecting its mechanical properties.

What types of finishes can Manor Tool apply to metal stampings?

Our team can produce metal-stamped products with multiple finishing options, such as:

  • Enameling. Enameling adds a hard surface finish that holds up well against chipping.
  • Painting. In addition to adding color, paint also provides a layer of surface protection on metal stamped components.
  • Plating. This process results in an aesthetically pleasing yet highly functional barrier against corrosion on a part’s surface.
  • Powder coating. Powder coating applies a durable dry powder that achieves a decorative yet protective finish.

What types of files do you accept for metal stamping projects?

We work with many different file types to complete custom sheet metal stamping projects. Options include:

  • AutoCAD (DWG)
  • DXF
  • IGES
  • MasterCam (MC10 and up)
  • PDF
  • STEP
  • TIFF
  • Unigraphics (PRT)

I have an idea for a product that requires metal stamping. What is the next step?

First, reach out to Manor Tool through our contact form or by giving us a call. Our team will start with a comprehensive engineering review of your project. We’ll assess your design’s feasibility and make suggestions to optimize it for metal stamping.