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Before the metal stamping process begins, we perform a high-level inspection of the chemical composition of the raw materials to ensure the metal is pure.
Based on the RFQ, we evaluate the 2D and 3D files that provide important information, including material, tolerance, critical dimensions and finishing. Depending on the component, we might require information about where the component will go in the final assembly.
The metal stamping process begins with a flat metal sheet or a metal tube. It is inserted into the hydraulic stamping press to shape the metal through punching, blanking or coining. Metal stamping can include automotive stampings, medical stampings or others, and it might require multiple stamps, depending on the component.
Most stamped components require secondary services. The majority of stamped components require coating to protect the component from the environment. Other components require painting for an aesthetic finish.
At the end of the production line, a quality inspection team inspects a portion of the components. The inspection focuses on porosity and dimensional tolerances to ensure the component is valid.
This is a stamping press capable of stamping 200 tons. In this photo, the technician is performing a cutting operation on a metal tube.
The stamping line includes a number of machines that have different stamping capabilities and levels of tonnage.
In this photo, the technician is punching holes into a rectangular tube.
These technicians are performing a high-volume tube cutting production.
These hydraulic presses are designed to have a variety of ton ranges, between 100-600 tons, and stamping capabilities to produce any number of stamped components.
In this photo, a technician operates a progressive die stamping machine capable of stamping up to 600 tons with a number of different stamp dies. Moving down the conveyor line, the material is stamped four or five times, depending on the size of the product and thickness of the material. Rather than putting the material through five different stamping machines, the process can take place on a single machine to save time.