Deep Draw Metal Stamping
Deep Draw is the process of forming a part from metal sheet stock, commonly referred to as a blank, around a punch as it is drawn through a die. The deep draw stamping process combines the advantages of metal spinning and stamping by allowing for a seamless part that is still cost effective for large quantity runs.
Free blanking is the distinguishing characteristic of this process. In free blanking, a punch forces a flat piece of sheet-metal into a die cavity. The formed part is then transferred to subsequent dies where the parts are forced through increasingly smaller die cavities of varying shapes until it reaches a designated shape and depth. The deep draw process can produce almost any shape part from a circular part to a rectangular part.
SMK-Link Navigator Remote Control
The process of deep drawing may be one way to differntiate your product from other similar products in the industry. This may be advantageous for your industrial design of a product in a cost-effective method.
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