Progressive Die Stampings

Progressive Die Stamping utilizes station dies and full progressive tools to sequence strips of metal through die punching, forming components on one press. Components range in size from very small, precision parts to large computer enclosures. Materials used include aluminum, steel, cold rolled steel (CRS), hot rolled pickled and oiled steel (HRPO), pre-plate, stainless, brass and copper in 0.010" to 0.375" stock thickness. Progressive Die Stamping incurs a high tooling cost, but with an exceptionally low unit cost: tools typically last the life of project. Tolerances are held closer than short runs as all dimensions (both punched and formed) are tool controlled. In exchange for this relatively large capital investment, you can reduce the part unit cost significantly.

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