Metal Stamping Companies

Metal stamping processes use dies and punches to cut the metal into the required shape. A metal alloy sheet is used as the stock which is either stamped on a press using dies and punches or drawn into shapes on hydraulic deep drawing machines. Learn more about metal stamping.

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Logo for HyTech Spring and Machine Corp. HyTech Spring and Machine Corp. (Plainwell, MI)

Contract Manufacturer

Hytech Spring and Machine has been combining experience and expertise in the metal stamping industry for over 25 years. HyTech provides precise stamping solutions for the automotive, material handling, aircraft, printing and medical industries, and is dedicated to being the world's best manufacturer of custom springs, wire-forms, stampings and precision machined parts. For the past quarter century, HyTech has been known for its quality production, timely delivery and fair prices.

Primarily Serving: Kalamazoo, MI - Battle Creek, MI - Wyoming, MI - Grand Rapids, MI

Product(s) by HyTech Spring and Machine Corp.
Logo for Lee Spring Company Lee Spring Company (Brooklyn, NY)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer

Since 1918, Lee Spring has offered expert design and production capabilities for all metal stamping processes, including fourslide parts.

Our experience with materials commonly used in mechanical springs makes us the smart choice for:
• Product Design-e.g., Beam Springs, Belleville Washers, Wave Washers, etc.
• Stamping Process Design- e.g., Tooling Design, Press Operations, SPC
• Secondary Process Design-e.g., Heat Treatment, Deburring, Plating, Passivation

Dimensional Parameters
Strip Width: up to 3" / 76.2 mm
Strip Thickness: 0.005 to 0.062" / .127mm -1.57 mm

Primarily Serving: New York, NY - Jersey City, NJ - Bayonne, NJ - Union City, NJ

Product(s) by Lee Spring Company
Logo for James Spring & Wire Company James Spring & Wire Company (Frazer, PA)


James Spring & Wire has been performing precision metal stamping operations such as forming, blanking, and piercing for over 50 years. Utilizing a variety of high-speed four slide machines and presses, James Spring & Wire can handle a variety of material including stainless steel, copper, and aluminum, and sizes ranging from 0.010" to 0.093" in thickness and up to 22 tons capacity. Stamping capabilities are supported by an in-house fabrication service, heat treatment services, surface treatment, and plating focusing on the finishing of stamped components. James Spring & Wire is ISO 9001:2008 certified and adheres to stringent quality control procedures including statistical process control (SPC) and part certification.

Product(s) by James Spring & Wire Company
Logo for Preyco Manufacturing Co., Inc. Preyco Manufacturing Co., Inc. (Waterbury, CT)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer

Preyco Manufacturing specializes in deep drawn stampings of various type metals and is a leading manufacturer of ferrules, stampings, eyelets, end caps, tubes, hose connections & cans. Industries Preyco serves include automotive; medical; HVAC; hardware for refrigeration and cosmetics; electronics & electrical; marine; and even poultry. Preyco's seasoned and experienced engineering staff works closely with our customers in order to achieve the most efficient design outcome in an economical, timely and manner. We can design the right product for the right fit, or redesign an existing one for cost savings. Preyco is dedicated to meeting our customers' specifications, producing parts right the first time, and exceeding expectations!

Primarily Serving: Bristol, CT - Meriden, CT - Hamden, CT - New Britain, CT

Product(s) by Preyco Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Logo for Dubuque Stamping & Manufacturing, Inc. Dubuque Stamping & Manufacturing, Inc. (Dubuque, IA)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer

Dubuque Stamping & Manufacturing has been providing the highest-quality stampings since 1948. Located in Dubuque, Iowa, we can manufacture most parts from start to finish but also maintain a strong supplier base, enabling us to meet and tackle any project that our customers require. Dubuque offers a wide variety of services and operations, including a variety of designs and sizes of metal stampings ranging from .030" to .625" thick and coil feeding up to .375" thick with presses up to 800 ton. Our own GRIPflow® stamping process available for precision stampings is a low-cost alternative to fine blanking. We also offer salt-bath heat-treating with fixture quenching for flatness control; both Blanchard and Gardner double-disc surface grinding; CNC vertical machining with pallet changer; CNC horizontal machining for boring, turning, facing and grooving; resistance welding for projection and weld nuts; glass-bead blasting, barrel and vibratory-bowl finishing; zinc-iron phosphate coating; and final packaging with bar-code labels via EDI system. We have progressive and compound dies for producing thrust washers, hardened washers, brackets, cover plates, flanges and other types of stampings. Our mission is "to deliver quality products and courteous service that will meet or exceed all expectations of every customer." Dubuque is ISO-9001:2008 certified.

Primarily Serving: Cedar Rapids, IA - Davenport, IA - Iowa City, IA - Madison, WI

Product(s) by Dubuque Stamping & Manufacturing, Inc.
Logo for Larson Tool and Stamping Larson Tool and Stamping (Attleboro, MA)

Contract Manufacturer

Larson Tool & Stamping Company has been a leading supplier of precision metal stampings and assemblies to hundreds of companies for over 90 years. Larson's specialty includes including forming, stamping, deep drawing, assembly, brazing, tool design, welding, specialty machinery, painting, coining, and much more. Larson's design and engineering staff has 80 years collective experience in design of complex progressive, deep draw, and compound tooling and are fully capable in mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic automation, PLC & servo technology, and specialized machine design. By adhering to our core capabilities and attributes- providing Quality, Delivery, Price, and Capacity- allows Larson to provide high quality, cost-effective solutions for your metal working, stamping and tooling needs.

Primarily Serving: Pawtucket, RI - Taunton, MA - Providence, RI - Cranston, RI

Product(s) by Larson Tool and Stamping
Logo for Northwest Fourslide, Inc. Northwest Fourslide, Inc. (Sherwood, OR)


Northwest Fourslide Inc., has been serving the electronic, medical, aerospace, commercial, automotive and defense industries with precision metal stampings and wire forms since 1979. Using the fourslide process, Northwest Fourslide is capable of producing a broad and versatile array of small parts. Aside from Fourslide production, we also specialize in engineering; tooling; prototype; short run; wire EDM; post processing; tape and reel; and logistics. Northwest Fourslide can work with metals in two basic raw material shapes: wire and strip. Material used for wire includes brass, bright basic, Kovar, Maganin, music, nickel, nickel silver, phosphor bronze, stainless steel, steel, tin copper and titanium. For strip, Northwest utilizes Alumel, aluminum, beryllium copper, brass, Chromel, cold rolled steel, copper, copper nickel, Elgiloy, Hastaloy, Hymu 80, Kovar, Magnium, nickel alloy (hi temp), nickel silver, phosphor bronze, spring steel and stainless steel. From prototypes to high volume, our mission is to provide the highest precision and quality stampings and wire forms for the lowest cost to our customers.

Primarily Serving: Beaverton, OR - Hillsboro, OR - Portland, OR - Clackamas, OR

Product(s) by Northwest Fourslide, Inc.
Logo for Etchit Etchit (Buffalo, MN)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer

Etchit is an ITAR-Registered specialist in prototypes and short-run stampings. Since there are no hard dies to build or maintain, we are a low cost alternative to metal stamping tools. Being a leader in the manufacturing of thin precision metal parts, our complete photochemical milling (also called chemical etching or photo etching) process delivers a burr- and stress-free part, in addition to allowing for extremely close tolerances. Whether you need one piece prototypes or high volume production, Etchit is here for you.

Primarily Serving: Minnetonka, MN - Eden Prairie, MN - Saint Cloud, MN - Minneapolis, MN

Product(s) by Etchit
Logo for Volkert Precision Technologies, Inc. Volkert Precision Technologies, Inc. (Queens Village, NY)


Starting as a tool and die shop in 1935, Volkert Precision Technologies has evolved into an ISO9001 certified precision metal stamping company that specializes in medium to high production runs. Stamped products include multi-slide and four-slide components, progressive die stampings and deep drawn parts in materials including aluminum, stainless steel, brass, copper and a variety of exotic alloys. Volkert has an experience in-house design team for in-house manufacture of tooling, and is a trusted supplier and manufacturer to many of the largest electronic manufacturers. Volkert's products can be found in cathode ray and other tube manufacturers; telecommunications; connectors; surge protection; bearings; potentiometer; automotive; semiconductor; relay; computer; photographic suppliers and medical industries. We also have a fabrication division that utilizes its own battery of presses, special purpose trimming machines, welding, riveting and assembly equipment. Having all these capabilities under one roof set us apart from the bulk of our competitors and allows us to focus on our policy of "Customer Satisfaction through Continual Improvement".

Primarily Serving: Hempstead, NY - Bronx, NY - Levittown, NY - Brooklyn, NY

Product(s) by Volkert Precision Technologies, Inc.
Logo for 3-Dimensional Services Group 3-Dimensional Services Group (Rochester Hills, MI)

Contract Manufacturer

Functional prototype and low-volume production metal stamping for everything from dishwashers to bus frames. Our specialized metal stamping capabilities include stamping for all grades of aluminum and steel; dual-phase material stamping; stamping using tailor-welded blanks; and high-definition stamping that meets the most exacting tolerances.

Product(s) by 3-Dimensional Services Group
Logo for Hudson Technologies Hudson Technologies (Ormond Beach, FL)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer

Hudson Technologies (ISO 9001:2008, ISO 13485:2003 and ISO 14001:2004 certified) is one of only a few leading manufacturers in the deep drawn cans and stampings field that can say that they are a truly "Green Manufacturing" company- No hazardous waste is produced by Hudson's manufacturing process. Hudson is known for its expertise in working with a variety of metals, including stainless steel and titanium, aluminum, aluminized steel, cold rolled steel, brass, copper, Mu metal, nickel, cupro nickel, and more. Hudson Technologies is relied upon not only for high volume production runs of custom enclosures and metal diaphragms, but also for prototype work as well. Hudson carries thousands of deep drawn shapes and sizes which enables many of customers to face little or no tooling cost. Hudson Technologies' seamless enclosures, also referred to as cases, cans, covers, containers and deep drawn metal stampings can be found in aerospace, semi-conductor, medical, commercial battery, mechanical seals, capacitors and other industrial applications worldwide.

Primarily Serving: Daytona Beach, FL - Port Orange, FL - Palm Coast, FL - Deltona, FL

Product(s) by Hudson Technologies
Logo for Boker's, Inc. Boker's, Inc. (Minneapolis, MN)


Boker’s, an ISO9001:2008 registered company, has been providing quality precision metal stampings since 1919. Services include progressive and deep draw stamping; metal forming and piercing; and flat blanking. Stamping capabilities covers a complete range of sizes up to 12" x 12" (flat) with thicknesses from .005” to .134” and deep draws up to 3" deep and 8" in diameter. Secondary operations include deburring, tapping, reaming, counterboring, and spotfacing, plus certified and commercial welding to name a few. Boker's also has approved vendors for heat treating and plating. From complex metal forms and deep draws to intricate metal piercings, Boker’s has the expertise and capacity to be your metal stamping manufacturer for short, medium or long-run precision stamping orders.

Primarily Serving: Minnetonka, MN - Saint Paul, MN - Eden Prairie, MN - Burnsville, MN

Logo for Peterson Spring Peterson Spring (Southfield, MI)


For nearly 100 years, Peterson Spring has been specializing in progressive die operations. Our press capacities are up to 250 tons, with die bed sizes up to 48x96 inches (122x244 cm). We use advanced manufacturing capabilities and craftsmanship to specialize in high carbon clips and brackets. With the capability to perform prototype, short run, and any other stamping operations on hot and cold finished steel, aluminum, stainless steel and various other metal types, Peterson Spring's products can be found in agricultural, appliance, automotive, military, aerospace, medical, dental, and telecommunications industries and nearly any other application imaginable. Peterson Spring partners with our customers because we know their satisfaction is the key to ensuring that Peterson remains an industry leader in a highly competitive manufacturing environment.

Primarily Serving: Royal Oak, MI - Farmington, MI - Livonia, MI - Troy, MI

Logo for National Die Company National Die Company (Wolcott, CT)

Contract Manufacturer

For over 70 years, National Die Company (ISO 9001:2008 certified) has been a recognized leader in the deep drawn metal stampings industry. National Die Company is dedicated to servicing the aerosol, aerospace, appliance, automotive, battery, communications, compressor, electrical & electronic, engine, fiber optics, fire prevention, fuel delivery, HVAC, irrigation, lock hardware, marine, medical, military, pharmaceutical, plumbing, poultry, power tools, and toys. Parts include deep drawn cans, caps, connectors, cups, eyelets and ferrules, housings and shells, nozzles, rings, tubes, deep drawn solenoids, covers, fasteners, couplings, and diffusers. Our commitment to quality and our customers allows us to tackle the tough jobs that many of the other stamping companies won't go near. This commitment ensures that your job will be precisely manufactured to spec on time- every time.

Primarily Serving: Waterbury, CT - Bristol, CT - Meriden, CT - New Britain, CT

Logo for Die-Tech, Inc. Die-Tech, Inc. (York Haven, PA)


What started as a tool and die shop nearly 40 years ago, quickly became a precision metal stamper that could do complex, custom work. Today, Die-Tech (ISO 9001:2008 and ISO/TS 16949:2009 certified; RoHS compliant) is well known as a reliable and dependable manufacturer of precision metal stamping for electronics, medical, automotive, military, aerospace and telecommunications industries. Die-Tech is known throughout the industry for its design assistance, rapid prototyping, practical die construction, and long term production of high quality, cost-effective precision metal stampings. We also manufacture our own progressive dies to produce those stamped metal components as they are needed by our customers. Such components include automotive terminals, fine-pitch connectors, hybrid edge clips, tabs, coils, leadframes, heat spreaders, and other burr free, light-weight, complex formed or flat metal components, and custom connectors. Die-Tech can also transfer YOUR existing stamping dies to reduce the time and hassles that typically come up during stamping suppliers changes. Die-Tech reputation in the industry is that of a respected and trusted adviser, preferred supplier, and innovative partner whose simple goal is exceed your expectations and take your business to the next level.

Primarily Serving: Lancaster, PA - Reading, PA - Towson, MD - Baltimore, MD

Hehner Metal Spinning (St. Louis, MO)


Hehner Metal Spinning, established in 1952, is a US based small business providing custom metal spinning and fabrication services on a contract basis. We also have machining and secondary operation capabilities. We work with most metals and have capacities to 40" in diameter and material thickness to 1/4".

Eisenhauer Manufacturing (Van Wert, OH)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer, Service Company

For over 70 years, since 1944 we have been a family owned business. We currently have 17 presses in our facility, ranging from 30-400 ton capabilities. With thickness specifications of 0.015 to 0.250 inch. Our press bed areas range from 10 x 19 inches to 48 x 84 inches and we can draw up to 9 inches deep. Blanking, Line, Transfer, and Progressive stamping are all available here at Eisenhauer Manufacturing. In our current automotive industry, we have less than a one piece per million rejection rate with our customers. We stamp out parts for: head rests, arm rests, seat brackets, and other automotive parts. We are also in the electric motor, food and other industries. Please contact Nathan Karcher at or call 419.238.0081 and I will send you more information regarding the services we offer and we will come up with a personalized quotation to meet your needs. Your requests for quotation or proposal are always given prompt attention so let us start saving you money

Primarily Serving: Fort Wayne, IN - Muncie, IN - Toledo, OH - Anderson, IN

Wisconsin Stamping & Manufacturing (Germantown, WI)

Contract Manufacturer

Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing utilizes vertical integration, which ensures what we deliver is what you expect-when you expect it. From comprehensive in-house tooling to prototyping and ongoing inventory managed programs, Wisconsin Stamping controls everything. Interested in re-shoring your metal forming supplier? Our recent automation, equipment and facility upgrades allows us to be competitive with over-seas pricing, but yet offer the often over-looked option of expedited orders and product shipments. Whether you need a short run or millions of pieces delivered at regular intervals, Wisconsin Stamping will commit to a schedule that suits your production needs and inventory requirements. Regardless of the metal type, or whether it's slit coil, sheet stock, plate, bar or wire, Wisconsin Stamping will fabricate the precise product you need. Stamping, forming, machining, turning, welding, thread rolling or producing wire forms and assemblies, Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing has perfected proprietary means of forming to simplify production and deliver high quality parts.

Primarily Serving: Milwaukee, WI - Waukesha, WI - Racine, WI - Kenosha, WI

Ningbo Sanyang Machinery Electric Manufacture Co.,Ltd. (Ningbo, China)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer

Stamping Parts, Sheet Metal Stamping Parts, customizied stamping parts, welding stamping parts, punched staming parts, auto stamping parts, auto parts, precision machining parts, bending sstamping parts Stamping Parts Desp: 1. Professional in stamping parts with the various materials: For both ferrous and non-ferrous alloys (carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum alloy, brass and bronze alloy, etc. ). 2. All kinds of surface treatments are available: Polishiing, zinc plating, nickel plating, chrome Plating, power coating, phosphate coating. 3. Punch equipment: Single press machine, AUTO press machine, hydraulic press machine and Auxiliary equipment, such as tapping machine, welding mahine, deburring machine, feeder, etc. 4. Mould type: Progressive die, single press mould, transfer mould, etc. 5. Very high production rate assure low production cost. 6. Service: CNC machining, fabrication, welding and assembly available. All kinds of stamping parts, punched parts, OEM orders and your drawings are welcomed!

FTR Associates, Inc. (Santa Fe Springs, CA)

Contract Manufacturer

FTR Associates, Inc. manufactures custom metal stampings utilizing both punch presses and four-slide machines. With our own in-house tool room we can build custom compound and progressive dies to suit your needs or use and maintain your customer supplied tooling. FTR's punch press capacity ranges from 10 to 150-tons. We can produce parts from all types of metals ranging from .003" to .250" in thickness. In our four-slide (also known as multislide) department we are able to produce a wide range of wire forms and metal stampings. This is an excellent, highly versatile machine ideal for high-volume runs. Offering our own in-house tool room and a variety of value added services, FTR will provide your company with a quality finished product in a timely manner!

Primarily Serving: Norwalk, CA - Whittier, CA - Downey, CA - Pico Rivera, CA

KS Tooling, Inc. (York, PA)


At K S Tooling, Inc., we'll help you get your operation running smoothly or build out new equipment with prototyping and production metal stamping capabilities. No matter your production volume, we can design, develop and deliver your new equipment thanks to professional production stamping. Move to market faster and increase your revenue by moving your production stamping to K S Tooling, Inc. You'll strengthen your existing line by investing in equipment that supports production increases as orders grow. We deliver to anywhere in the United States and currently make deliveries to 13 other countries. Put your production metal stamping needs in the hands of a partner that is focused on scaling your business with the best parts around.

Primarily Serving: Lancaster, PA - Towson, MD - Baltimore, MD - Ellicott City, MD

Brainin, a unit of Precision Engineered Products (Attleboro, MA, MA)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer

Across the globe, Brainin metal stamping products play a critical role in the smallest switching devices and largest power distribution systems on the grid. Our capability portfolio isn’t just broad, it’s deep: Brainin project teams comprise design engineers, manufacturing engineers, electrical engineers, metallurgy experts and a tooling staff that’s the best in the business. That’s why you can trust Brainin to find the best solution to your most complex product challenges. We bring to bear more than seven decades of metal forming experience - plus the insight that comes from consulting on critical applications every day – combined with advanced manufacturing systems, a robust Test Center, and certified quality systems. ISO 9001, ISO 13485, TS 16949.

UTITEC, Inc. (Watertown, CT)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer

Part diameters as low as .010" and as high as 1.5" Overall length ranging from .020" to 2.875" Wall thickness from .0008" to .032" Length to diameter ratio 50:1 10 Most Common Metals We Work With Aluminum, Beryllium Copper, Brass Alloys, Bronze Alloys, Copper Alloys, Nickel Alloys, Nickel Silver, Phosphor Bronze, Stainless Steel, and Titanium In-house Operations: Engineering Team, Passivation, Heat Treating Secondary Operations Available: Electro Polish and Plating Markets: Medical Device Packaging, Electronic Components, Industrial Components, Automotive Component Features Include: Beads, Corset, Dimples, Flanged Tube, Full Bottom Tube, Invert, Lance, Multi Diameter Parts, Pierce, Shaped Parts, Side Pierce, Side Window Cut-Outs, Slot, Solder Cup, Tabs, and Threading

Primarily Serving: Waterbury, CT - Bristol, CT - Meriden, CT - New Britain, CT

Lyons Tool & Die Co (Meriden, CT)

Contract Manufacturer

Rapid prototyping is often the difference in beating your competitor to market—and rapid prototyping is most successful when the company that makes the prototypes can also do the production. That’s why Lyons places a tremendous amount of emphasis on our R&D and prototyping capabilities. The prototyping process is a logical place to enhance, modify and test not only component features but also manufacturing methods. Partnering with a potential production house for your prototyping needs is also an ideal time to review the component’s features and tolerances to minimize cost. Lyons specializes in metal stamping prototypes and is ready to take on your complex rapid prototyping needs.

Primarily Serving: New Britain, CT - Bristol, CT - Hamden, CT - Waterbury, CT

China Metal Parts (Nanjing, China)

Manufacturer, Contract Manufacturer, Service Company

1. Professional in stamping parts with the different materials: In both ferrous and non-ferrous alloys (carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum alloy, brass and bronze alloy). 2. All kinds of surface treatments are available: Polishing, zinc plating, nickel plating, chrome plating, power coating, phosphate coating. 3. Punch equipment: Single press machine, AUTO press machine, hydraulic press machine and auxiliary equipment, such as tapping machine, welding machine, deburring machine, feeder, etc. 4. Mould type: Progressive die, single press mould, transfer mould, etc. 5. Very high production rate assure low production cost. 6. Service: CNC machining, fabrication, welding and assembly available.

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About Metal Stamping

Metal stamping is a process employed in manufacturing metal parts with a specific design. A metal alloy sheet is used as the stock. This stock is either stamped on a press using dies and punches or drawn into shapes on hydraulic deep drawing machines. Common examples are sheet metal machines, automobile parts, metal components used in audio and video devices, aerosol spray cans, and even military tanks. A household example is the use of sheets of metal to make pots and pans.

Sheet metal can be molded into different pre-determined shapes. The metal must be malleable and needs to flow easily in order to be drawn into shapes. Stamping can be done on metals like Aluminum, Zinc, Steel, Nickel, Bronze, Copper and other alloys. This is a mass production, economical process with low cycle time. Hence, it is widely used in manufacturing large volume products with semi-skilled labor. The process is also called chipless manufacturing.

Metal Stamping Operation

Metal stamping processes use dies and punches to cut the metal into the required shape. The male components are called punches and the female components are called dies. Various metal stampings by ART Technologies Press machine tools are used in the stamping process. The die, made of hardened steel, has a contour that matches the shape of the finished part and is mounted on the table of the press. The punch, made of hardened tool steel or carbide, also matches the contour of the part but is slightly smaller to allow clearance between the die and the punch. It is mounted in the head or the turret, which moves down and punches the metal. The thickness of the sheet metal does not change during this process.

Design and manufacture of dies and punches is a highly skilled process and master craftsmen use precision jig boring, grinding, EDM, and lapping machines to produce highly accurate dies.

Progressive stamping is used to design complex profiles. In this process, the profile is cut in steps with a series of different sized die and punch combinations. The first punch in the series cuts a smaller profile and the next punch finely polishes the metal to obtain a desired shape. Tumbling process or deburring is used to remove any sharp edges and burrs. All through the process it is important to maintain a minimum wall thickness for the punched hole.

The metal may be plated with palladium, nickel or tin to protect it from oxidization. Plating improves the durability and solderability of the product. For additional shelf life, the sheet metal is also pre-plated before the actual stamping process. The product is then cleaned to dispose of excess oils, grease, films or other materials used during the stamping process. The heating process follows the cleaning process to enhance the toughness of the metal product. In some cases, to ease the stamping process, the sheet metal is subjected to a stress relieving process that removes internal stresses in the sheet and improves its machineablity.

Metal Stamping Techniques

Several metal stamping techniques are extensively used in industries and engineering applications. Deep drawn stamping, Electronic stamping, Four slide stamping, Medical stamping, Progressive die stamping, Short run stamping, sizing, swaging, coining, and cold extrusion are some of the examples of metal stamping techniques. Some of these are discussed below:

After the metal stamping or forming process is over, the parts can be drilled, subjected to EDM processing or assembled in components. Fourslide stampings by Universal Formations

Metals used in Stamping Processes

A lot of basic and exotic metals can be used for stamping applications because of their malleable and ductile properties. The metal should not be very hard and ideally should have a low coefficient of flow. Some typical metals include:

Metal Stamping Applications

Metal stamping is used in engineering applications to manufacture three-dimensional parts, lettering, and other surface definition purposes.

There are many products that are used in process engineering applications, automobiles, electrical appliances, manufacturing units, etc. Some products that are manufactured using metal stamping include: base weights, brackets, balance clamps, brake flanges, conveyer flights, washers, bushing seats, engine bases, flywheel shrouds and friction plates.

The industry of metal stamping has grown rapidly and, where possible, has replaced other metal forming processes like die casting, forging and machining for several reasons.

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