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Sheet metal is simply metal that has been formed into flat, thin pieces. It is one of the fundamental forms of metal used in metal stamping processes and can be either flat pieces or a coiled strip. Coiled strips of sheet metal are formed by running a continuous metal sheet through a roll slitter. Read More…

Sheet Metal Stamping Sheet metal stamping is a metal forming process in which flat stock sheet metal or metal coils are precisely shaped into metal parts in a stamping press.
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Gurnee, IL  |  847-855-9200

We are the metal stampings experts. We have over 30 years of experience creating customized solutions for our customers in a wide variety of industries. We are fully 9001:2008 certified, and we bring that high quality commitment to everything we do.

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American Industrial Company $$$

Crystal Lake, IL  |  815-455-1900

Manufacturer of precision metal stampings for the automotive, electronics, electrical, medical, industrial & consumer markets.

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G&M Mfg. Corp. $$$

Cleveland, OH  |  888-327-6714

As a premiere metal stamping company in the United States, we are fully capable of producing the engineered products you need to get to get your job done.

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Talan Products Inc. $$$

Minneapolis, MN  |  763-727-7760

Ajax is an ISO 9001:2015 manufacturer specializing in precision stampings for the climate control, transportation, architecture, medical, engineered products, and consumer goods industries. Our account service, tooling, and quality assurance pros will advance your project from print to part quickly and at the lowest possible cost. We’ve invested in workforce training, machinery, software apps, logistics, and more to provide our customers with an experience that meets or exceeds expectations.

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Ajax Metal Forming Solutions $$$

Connelly Springs, NC  |  828-437-7779

At Parker Industries, metal stamping is the heart of our business. We offer many key capabilities that enable us to produce a wide range of components to meet the needs of our customers. We are ISO 9001 certified, and our team is committed to quality. We set ourselves apart by holding all of our products to our high quality standards, and delivering them on-time at a competitive price.

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Parker Industries $$$

Calabasas, CA  |  866-317-0208

At Pacific West America, Inc. we provide custom metal stamping, CNC machining, printed circuit boards, and membrane switches. Utilizing state of the art machinery, we offer precision metal fabrication and sheet metal fabrication.

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Pacific West America, Inc. $$$

North Hollywood, CA  |  800-660-0529

Jay Manufacturing is your partner in precision long or short run custom metal stamping and water jet cutting. For three generations, we have helped design and manufacture quality metal stamped parts on time and to specification. We are respected experts in the manufacture of metal inserted for molded rubber parts, including deep drawn parts, aluminum metal stamping, brass, bronze, copper, and titanium metal stamping, stainless and carbon steel stamping, as well as rubber and wire mesh stamping.

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Jay Manufacturing Corp. $$$
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Sheet metal stamping processes produce large volumes of products and parts with uniform precision at high speeds and low cost. Able to fabricate a number of two-dimensional and three-dimensional parts sheet metal stampings can be parts such as metal clips, spring clips, metal brackets, hub caps, trim, engine mounts, connectors and terminal leadframes.

Additional parts formed during sheet metal stamping processes include heater components, pins and oxygen sensors, valves, locks, gears, and household fixtures.

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Sheet metal stamping companies are able to form a wide range of metal parts, making sheet metal stamping processes essential in industries such as appliance, hardware, aerospace, commercial, wastewater, automotive, electronics, textile, pharmaceutical, HVAC, plumbing and fire prevention.

Also, sheet metal stamping services are cost-effective because the process is able to produce material-intensive parts at production rates that are much greater than what is possible using other traditional methods.

During sheeting metal stamping press operation, the slide, or ram, maintains movement to and from a motionless table called a press bed.

The die, a press tool consisting of a specially designed cavity, shapes metal parts from the inserted sheet metal. The upper component of the die connects to the press slide, and the lower component connects to the press bed. A die component called the punch performs the necessary shaping operation by pushing the sheet metal through the die. After the metal stampings are formed, they are typically subjected to one or more secondary processes.

Sheet metal stampings manufacturers use mechanical and hydraulic presses, both of which are available in a wide variety of sizes, tonnage capacities, stroke lengths and operating speeds.

Mechanical presses produce energy in the flywheel, which is then transferred to the crankshaft, electric shaft or eccentric gear. Gap frames are a type of mechanical press often utilized in applications where the stock is fed by hand; straight frames are ideal for progressive die and transfer die applications.

In hydraulic presses, a controlled force is actuated by hydraulic pressure, which is used to move one or more rams in a preset sequence. Hydraulic presses-which have a variety of types of frames, including C-frames, straight sides, H-frames and four-column, have the ability to deliver full power at any point in the stroke.

These presses are ideal for deep drawing, short runs, precision metal stampings, lower-speed high-tonnage blanking with long feed lengths and work requiring repeatable pressure rather than repeatable depth of stroke.

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