What Is Precision Metal Stamping ? Jan 20, 2020

Metal Stamping Parts

The precision metal stamping is a process in which the "sheet" of metal are used to provide a final product with precision metal parts. When a metal sheet is inserted into the press, this is modeled with precision metal parts in the form and in the desired size. Only the metal sheets with a certain thickness can be inserted in the precision metal stamping machines and the maximum limit for most of the equipment used for this purpose is of ¼ inch. However, the machines can be designed for sheets with a greater thickness. Furthermore, only certain metals or special alloys can be used in this process: among these aluminum, brass, steel (hot or cold rolled), galvanized steel, stainless steel, copper, zinc and titanium. Before the sheet is inserted into the machine, the customer provides the prototype of the final product.

The precision metal stamping is an ancient technique. The Egyptians, the Greeks and the Romans, they had all discovered new methods for creating tools and metal weapons, exerting a force on a hot or cold metal plate. The technology has definitely evolved and now precision metal stamping process can truly be considered an art. The vast majority of metal tools and objects that each uses in their daily lives, such as forks or knives, computer parts and appliances, is the result of a sophisticated precision metal stamping. HG’s precision metal products are high quality, reliable and competitive throughout the entire fabrication and sheet metal engineering industry. Nowadays, technology plays a big role in the metal engineering and fabrication industry; we have embraced the latest machinery and technology so as to offer competitive prices and speedy turnarounds for our clients.

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