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What Is Precision Metal Stamping?

Precision metal stamping is the fastest and most accurate way to make hundreds or thousands of parts quickly and according to exact specifications. With precision metal stamping, metal stamping can be streamlined to form steel tools and metal parts in a mostly automated manner. Precision stamping is different from other metal fabrication techniques due to […]

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Precision Metal Stamping Process

In order to ensure proper design of complicated products or mockups, more sophisticated procedures are often needed. When faced with this problem, manufacturers look for a stamping company that uses new stamping techniques to achieve an intricate result. By using advanced technologies, it is now possible to perform cutting and engraving with a level of […]

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Why choose stamping in the manufacturing of precision parts?

Precision in the manufacture of parts is becoming more and more important as technology advances. A high degree of accuracy is essential for both electronic components and automotive parts. Due to technological advancements, a demand for compact, complex products is arising, which leads to the development of high-precision parts. Manufacturers use stamping to meet the […]

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Metal stamping has a positive impact on the following industries:

Nowadays, metal stamping is a pillar of many industries due to its quality and precision. This is as distinguished from metal stamping’s distant ancestors, also called forging and casting. So how is a stamped part manufactured? In short, a die is mounted to a press that cycles back and forth. Imagine it as the modern-day […]

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Precision Metal Stamping

The precision metal stamping process, sometimes called progressive metal stamping, is a cutting-edge manufacturing technique that allows a variety of industries to produce highly precise and affordable components. Manufacturing firms will often use this process for many applications, so it is crucial to have a solid understanding of its advantages and capabilities before choosing precision […]

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Using Carbide Tooling For Stamping

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The composite material cement carbide, commonly referred to as Tungsten carbide (WC), is created through powder metallurgy (PM), a manufacturing process. A binder, typically nickel or cobalt, is combined with tungsten-carbide powder during the process. The mix is put into a die to be compacted and then put through intense pressure and heat in a […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Precision Metal Stamping

Within the manufacturing industry, metal stamping is commonly used. It not only provides a cost-effective solution but it’s also fast and produces some of the most precisely crafted parts that you’re ever seen. Our article is geared at helping you understand the following: * What the process is all about * The advantages of metal […]

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The Process of Designing Parts

The process of precision metal stamping is cost effective, and the production rates are high. It allows you to produce larger amounts of precision parts using strip or sheet metals, typically via dedicated tooling. Many of the components created by this industry are things we use on a daily basis, including parts used in electronic […]

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Does Precision Metal Stamping Suit Your Specific Application?

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The manufacturing process known as precision metal stamping is one in which a customized too and die combination is placed into a stamping press in order to transform sheet metal into the specific types of components required in a given application. This method is used across an array of industry sectors to produce substantial amounts […]

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How Deburring Improves The Quality Of Metal Stampings

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Metal stamping is a process that involves the forming of a metal material by using a heavy tonnage press. This process shapes the metal but it also produces burrs – excess material by the edges of the resulting metal part. Usually, the metal stamping process specifications include a burr allowance of 10% of metal thickness. […]

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