Short run metal stamping is a manufacturing process in which metal sheets or coils are stamped or pressed to form parts or components. It is called “short run” because it typically involves producing smaller quantities of parts, as opposed to long-run stamping which is used for high-volume production.
Short run metal stamping is often used in situations where a particular part or component is required in low volumes or where customization is required. The process is highly versatile and can be used to create a wide range of complex shapes and geometries.
During short run metal stamping, a metal sheet or coil is placed into a stamping press, which uses a die and punch to shape the metal into the desired form. The metal is typically cut, bent, and formed through a series of stamping operations. The resulting parts are then inspected and, if necessary, finished with additional processes such as cleaning, deburring, or painting.
Short run metal stamping can be used to produce a variety of metal parts for industries such as aerospace, automotive, electronics, and medical equipment. It is often more cost-effective than other manufacturing methods, such as machining, when producing smaller quantities of parts.
Brass Metal Stamping
Brass is a popular material for stamping due to its durability, corrosion resistance, and attractive golden color. It is commonly used in applications where both aesthetic appeal and functional performance are important.
High Precision Stamping for Any Application
Progressive Die and Stamping has the expertise and technology to create parts for any industry, no matter how demanding. Using advanced technology and our expert personnel, our custom metal stamping services can meet or surpass any strict standards for quality and precision.
We provide progressive or compound die stamping services, along with a number of secondary services to ensure that you’re getting exactly what you need from your precision-stamped parts. We can easily take your part from its early design stages to absolute completion while optimizing cost and time-efficiency.
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