Precision Metal Stamping Parts for OEMs
Mechanical Power has a variety of manufacturing partners all over the world capable of making a wide range of custom, engineered stamped components.
Our partners have capabilities to finish stampings in e-coatings, zing plating, nickel plating, chrome plating, brass plating, powder coating, black oxide, galvanized, high quality polishing, anodizing, etc.
Other capabilities include welding, weldments, laser welding, laser cutting and making assemblies with stamped components that might include fasteners, overmoldings, rubber, etc.
Materials used in custom metal stamping are:
- Stainless Steel
- Cold Rolled Steel
- Hot Rolled Steel
The variety of processes included are:
- Compound Die
- Transfer Press
- Progressive Die
- Deep Draw
What is Precision Metal Stamping?
Precision metal stamping is an industrial process that involves the transformation of flat sheet metal in either blank or coil form into various unique shapes using gear equipped with dies. These metal presses may conduct a variety of procedures in addition to stamping, including punching, tooling, notching, bending, embossing, flanging, coining, and much more.
Precision metal stamping is commonly used to manufacture a wide range of items. It can be done in a single stage or in a series of phases, with each stroke of the metal press producing the required shape on the sheet metal.
Precision metal stamping has risen to the forefront of manufacturing due to increased demand for precision metal parts in a variety of industries, including medical, automotive, and aerospace. This is due to its high design flexibility, which allows for the definition and implementation of minute features with tight tolerances and unique configurations.
Furthermore, the versatility of precision metal stamping, with tooling adapted to the exact requirements of each application, is exceptionally well suited to unique applications. Precision metal stamping, with its versatility, speed, and cost-effectiveness, is a suitable choice for high-volume manufacture of complicated goods.
When it comes to the creation of exact metal parts, precision stamping shines. Once the equipment and dies are in place, the process can be fully automated. This results to two distinct benefits:
- Production cost effectiveness: Precision metal stamping is a suitable alternative for high-volume manufacture of complex parts since labor costs decrease as production levels increase.
- Consistent accuracy and quality: Precision metal stamping allows for the manufacturing of extremely accurate parts with the high levels of accuracy demanded in today’s industries.
There are various aspects to consider in order to get the most out of precision stamping processes.
To begin, precision is essential in the end product’s production. It is unquestionably critical to establish prototype designs that meet the necessary criteria in order to reduce errors, faults, and deformations that could compromise the prototype’s strength and integrity throughout production, as well as its usefulness when it is finally put to use.
Second, it’s critical to understand the properties and behaviors of the precision stamping materials. When exposed to compressive stresses, heat, and other elements during the stamping process, metals (such as Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Brass, and speciality metals) and plastics react differently.
Finally, selecting precision stamping procedures that are best suited for the component being manufactured is critical. Working with a seasoned precision metal stamping partner who understands your industry will help you achieve your goals and objectives.
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We are here to help you select the right custom metal stamping products for your application.
What Should You Look for in a Precision Metal Stamping Company?
A number of variables must be carefully considered when selecting a precision metal stamping partner. Aside from pricing, one must consider the partner’s talents, experience, facility quality, and location. In this decision-making process, additional variables such as the partner’s capacity to provide value-added design and production services can be a plus.
Industries and Capabilities
Since 1976, MPI has been providing Precision Metal Stamping services to various industries, including; Agriculture, Automotive, Conveyor Systems, Industrial Machinery and more… We can create a wide range of precision metal stamped solutions that are tailored to your individual end-application requirements and manufactured to your strict standards.