It is the process of placing flat sheet metal in either coil or blank and then forms into a stamping press where a die and tool surface forms the metal into fine shape.
What does the stamping process include? It includes a variety of sheet-metal manufacturing techniques such as punching using embossing, stamping press, coining, bending and flanging.
Precision Metal Stamping
It is the process in which the sheet of metal used to provide a final product with precision metal parts.
When the metal sheet is inserted into the press and modelled with precision metal parts in the form of desired sizes.
Note that metal sheets with the exact thickness only to be inserted into stamping machines and you know the maximum limit of the equipment is about ¼ inch.
How it Works
It works by using intense pressure forces the dies and forms the metal materials.
What happened when the stamp removed? Thus the lettering, dies and forms are immutably engraved into the metal.
Precision stamping performed at high speeds up to 1,200 strokes per minute. It has loads of advantages such as the ability to use any alloy or metal and finally precise shapes and dimensions.
More common types of metal pressing include stainless steel, mild steel, kanthal, brass, copper, aluminium, titanium and alloy.
Metal Stamping Techniques
There are a few main techniques used in the precision metal stamping process. Including:
- Multi-slide and four-slide stamping – both incorporate horizontal die presses from a large number of directions either consecutive manner or synchronous type.
- Fine blanking – this involves metal material being sheared smoothly throughout the entire depth of the material.
- Wire forming – this stamp the metal into the shape such as clips, rings, etc
- Deep drawing – Using a punch it is to create impressions in-depth
The stamping process used to create more compound items such as appliances and telecommunications.
It offers exciting choices such as impression, metal or dies to create a quality product to satisfy the needs of the customer.
This metal stamping technique is one that provides maximum importance for personal safety, health, and national security.
We manufacture precision stamped parts of metal components for a range of sectors e.g. automotive, hospital equipment and leading supermarkets.
Over the years J&J Engineering has gained a reputation for combining excellence with sound, lean manufacturing principles and technical competence. Manufacturing high-quality products at competitive prices.
About J&J Engineering
J&J Engineering (Walsall) Ltd, have over 40 Years of Experience With Tube Bending, Manufacturing Metal Pressings, Fabrication & Welding. We pride ourselves on offering a prompt, personal and flexible service at competitive prices!
We manufacture high-quality metal presswork, welded assembly components and products including bespoke shelving and roof safety barriers/systems for clients in Birmingham, Walsall, other places in the West Midlands and throughout the UK. Established in 1978 we have worked with companies to provide a wide range of metal pressing and welded assembly components and products.