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Custom Metal Stamping

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    April 13, 2021 12:51 AM EDT
    Custom Metal Stamping


    During the metal stamping process, blanks or coils of sheet metal feed through one or more die and tool sets. These die and tool sets form and cut the sheet metal into its desired shape.To get more news about automotive stamping parts, you can visit tenral.com official website.

    All our dies and tools are engineered and built in-house, using our state-of-the-art EDM and CNC machines. Creating our own die and tool sets allows us to maintain tight tolerances of up to 0.0005″ throughout the entire metal stamping process.

    As leaders in metal stamping, our customers rely on our expert design and development services. We create a range of metal components in all sizes, from simple to intricate.

    We provide service and support to our customers throughout the entire process, from prototype development through high-volume production. We have the capability to process orders of up to 50 million parts. Our custom precision metal stamping produces a variety of components, such as:
    We own and operate one of the largest production fleets of Four-Slide machines in the world. We also are currently the only manufacturer in North America to operate Wünsch Multi-slide-forming machines. In both multi-slide and four-slide stamping the tooling accesses the metal at a right angle. In four-slide stamping the slides remain fixed at 90 degree angles, while in multi-slide stamping, the slides are on an adjustable forming bed.

    In both methods, the positioning of each slide allows the creation complex bending operations for metals parts. Slide stamping's ability to work with an unlimited number of planes and axes results in high customization capability with little waste.In progressive die stamping, the sheet metal acquires its shape by passing through a series of workstations. Each die is capable of cutting, bending, punching, coining, embossing, drawing, or shaving the metal. Depending on the complexity of each part, the metal can pass through as few as one or as many as 40 steps. Progressive die stamping typically results in more waste than multi-slide or four-slide stamping, however, progressive die stamping tools are usually faster to set up.