How Does The Metal Stamping Process Work?
At Metal Force we use a process known as metal stamping. Stamping presses have a drive mechanism that causes a difference in appearance. Mechanical, hydraulic, press-frame, gap-frame, c-frame, and straight side are the common drive mechanisms used to create a different stamp in the overall process. Generating the necessary force to stamp metal parts is the hardest part of metal stamping. Our new, higher-strength steels help to press in the right motion and provide attention to the press design.
Our Metal Stamping Process
To produce a high level of results, we use metal stamping. Our system offers accuracy, stability, and results that you won’t find anywhere else. Parts of the process can include embossing, bending, punching, blanking, and coining. Most stamping is done on sheet metal but can be done with aluminum, plastic, foil, steel, or PSA.
Different Methods of Stamping
Do you have different metal stamping needs? We can provide a variety of options if you are seeking unique stamping requirements. Our results can provide bending without fracturing the material. Progressive die is another method we use to create unique objects including soda can lids. Tapping is another method used to cut threads in a hole. Bolts and screws are made from the tapping process.
Using Our Metal Stamping Methods
At Metal Force, we serve several metal stamping industries. If you have a metal stamping need, contact us today to learn more (801) 776-5700