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Metal stamping is a manufacturing process in which a metal stamping die or a series of metal stamping dies is used to form a metal sheet into a three-dimensional workpiece. It includes a number of metal forming techniques — blanking, punching, bending, and piercing, to name a few. It is a fast and cost-effective solution for quickly-produced large quantities of complex parts.
Up to 1,000 tons
Prototype to High Volume
Stamping Machine Capacity
25 Ton, 40 Ton, 80 Ton, 100 Ton, 160 Ton
Sheet Material Thickness
Types of Metal Stamping
progressive, fourslide and deep draw
30 sets of high-speed press machine, all with electronic sensor to maintain high speed & safely stamping production in limited downtime. Tonnage from 30T-160T, running speed from 60-1500SPM.
The below table shows the size of Metal Stamping parts we usually make. If you need a larger size, we can also help you achieve it.
In addition to the general materials listed below, Zhongde can also modify the materials according to the special needs of customers. Our professional engineers will adjust the raw material formula to meet the unique conditions of use.
Stainless Steel, Cold Rolled Steel,
Low Alloy Steel, Commercial Carbon Steel,
Brass, Phosphor Bronze,
Beryllium Copper, Other Metals
Laser & Electromarking
Metal Bending Part
Stainless Steel Part
What is manufacturing tools for stamping
There are several steps in producing metal stamping：
1. Designing and manufacturing the actual tool used to create the product.
2. Tool Steel and Die Set Machining.
3. Secondary Processing.
4. Wire EDM.
What is Related processes for stamping?
Other processes such as blanking, perforating, parting, drawing, notching, lancing, and bending operations are all related to stamping.
What is Sheet metal forming simulation?
Sheet metal forming simulation is a technology that calculates the process of sheet metal stamping, predicting common defects such as splits, wrinkles, spring back, and material thinning. Also known as forming simulation, the technology is a specific application of non-linear finite element analysis. The technology has many benefits in the manufacturing industry, especially the automotive industry.
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