Common Metal Stamping Components
Manor Tool uses state-of-the-art equipment to stamp and fabricate metal components for various OEMs. Working with a wide range of materials, we serve the aerospace, oil and gas, medical, hydraulic power, and construction industries with reliable metal components. Our custom tooling and fabrication services can accommodate medium- to high-volume production runs. Learn more about how we serve these key industries.
Aerospace engineering and manufacturing require meticulous attention to detail and accuracy. Stringent industry standards mean that aerospace components are mission-critical. Manor Tool can produce high-quality precision metal parts with quick turnarounds. Our parts adhere to tight tolerances and are durable enough to withstand the extreme pressures and temperatures of aerospace applications.
Typical aerospace components we produce include:
- Aerospace fasteners
- Torsion springs
- Flexible couplings
The tools used in the construction industry must be durable enough to withstand continuous heavy usage. The stamped metal products used should be resistant to corrosion and degradation when exposed to weather elements like rain, wind, and sun.
Manor Tool produces metal components for construction tools such as:
- Hand tools
- Power tools
- Pneumatic tools
- Nail guns
Fluid Power Components
Metal stamped components used for fluid power applications must be able to withstand extreme pressures, high temperatures, and corrosive fluid exposure. To ensure part longevity, it is imperative to use the proper metal parts with the right finish so that the metal does not break down in such intense conditions.
Fluid power components commonly produced through metal stamping include:
- Hydraulic fittings
- Hydraulic hose fittings
- Hydraulic valves
- Mounting flanges
- Quick connectors
- Rotary joints
Metal stamping components for the medical industry must be very precise and use the highest quality metals. These components also require tight tolerances and thorough inspections to ensure zero defects. As medical equipment and devices become smaller, there is an increasing need for smaller, more intricate components that adhere to stringent medical standards and precise measurement specifications.
Manor Tool has been metal stamping these components for the medical industry:
- Biopsy trays
- Connector parts for instruments
- Medical gas fittings
- Medical scissors
- Medical thermometers (bezels for thermostats)
- Parts for dental chairs, tables, and lights
- Surgical forceps
- Surgical retractors
Oil and Gas Components
The oil and gas industry requires components that ensure peak production, safety, and efficiency because of the industry’s harsh environments and strict regulations. Manor Tool provides the highest-quality, corrosion-resistant metal stamped components for the oil and gas industry. We understand that industries like oil and gas that advance rapidly require highly customized components manufactured with precision and quick turnarounds.
Some oil and gas metal stamped components we make include:
- Fuel pressure regulators
- Fuel injectors
- Valve seals (shut-off handles, subcomponents)
- Universal joints (U-joints)
- Valve actuator components
- Rotary valves
Past Metal Stamping Project Examples
At Manor Tool, our team has more than six decades of experience in metal stamping products for many industries. We specialize in bending, punching, deep drawing, and forming. Here are some examples of past projects that we have completed successfully:
- This is a case study of a progressive die-formed biopsy tray for the medical industry.
- Here is a progressive die-stamped steel dimpled annular we made for an automotive customer.
- Check out this deep-drawn stamping of a steel terminal box for a commercial garbage disposal cover.
- This is a progressive die-stamped mounting bracket for a security system.
Check out our portfolio for a complete list of past projects. In addition to the components highlighted above, we also can fabricate agriculture fasteners, screw machined components, and brass fittings. If you have questions or want to start your order, contact us or request a quote today.