Precision Metal Stamping

Custom Precision metal stamping parts Manufacturer

As a metal stamping supplier, MYD Metal provides custom precision metal stamping services for diverse industries, ranging from small metal applications to mass production. We manage every process, enabling reliable manufacturing and servicing of metal parts.

Metal Stamping Processes

Mold design
Close-up of a Roll of Aluminum in a Factory
Material preparation
Material Loading
stamping
deburring
Surface finishing

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Advantages of metal Stamping

  • High Production Efficiency: Stamping processing relies on the cooperation of stamping machines and molds, which can complete the forming of a large number of parts in a short time, especially high-speed stamping machines, which can perform hundreds or even thousands of stampings per minute. Greatly improves production speed.
  • Cost Saving: Due to high production efficiency, the cost of single-piece stamping is lower, while reducing material waste, eliminating the need for extensive cutting processing, and saving material and energy consumption.
  • Accuracy and Consistency: The mold ensures the dimensional and shape accuracy of stamped parts, making the stamped products highly consistent and interchangeable, meeting the strict requirements for product quality in mass production.
  • Wide Applicability: Stamping technology can process parts of various sizes and complex shapes from micro parts (such as watch parts) to large parts (such as automobile body panels), and is suitable for various metals and non-metallic parts metallic material.
  • Material Strengthening: During the stamping process, the material will undergo cold deformation and hardening, improving the stamping parts’ strength and stiffness. This is especially important for products that require high strength and lightweight design.
  • Environmentally Friendly: Compared with machining which requires a large amount of cutting fluid and generates a large amount of chips, stamping processing produces less waste and is a more environmentally friendly processing method.

How to work with us

The process of stamping processing services usually involves several steps, from design preparation to quality inspection and shipment of the final product, the specific process is roughly as follows:

1. Demand Analysis

2. Mold Design and Manufacture

3. Mold Testing and Adjustment

4. Mass Production

5. Quality Control

6. Package and Delivery


People also ask

There are several questions that people usually ask, get in touch with us if you have any questions not listed here.

Metal stamping is a highly precise subtractive manufacturing process that involves the meticulous transformation of flat metal sheets or coils into intricate shaped parts. This intricate process begins by carefully positioning the metal between precisely designed dies, which act as the molds for the desired shape. Subsequently, a press applies controlled force to the metal, pressing it firmly into the dies, ensuring accurate replication of the desired contours and features.

The remarkable versatility of metal stamping allows for the creation of a diverse range of components, each possessing unique shapes and functionalities. Whether it’s a simple bracket or a complex gear, metal stamping can achieve the desired form with precision and efficiency. The process may involve multiple stamping operations, each tailored to the specific requirements of the part’s complexity. These operations can include bending, piercing, drawing, and other forming processes, all executed with utmost precision to ensure the final product meets stringent quality standards.

One of the key advantages of metal stamping is its high production speed. The automated nature of the process allows for continuous and rapid production, significantly reducing turnaround time and increasing overall efficiency. Additionally, the repeatability of the process ensures consistent quality from one part to the next, making it ideal for mass production scenarios. Furthermore, metal stamping offers the ability to produce complex shapes with tight tolerances, making it a reliable choice for applications that require a high degree of precision and accuracy.

Metal stamping parts are widely used in many industrial fields and daily life due to their unique processing advantages, such as high processing efficiency, low cost, high repeatability, and good surface quality. Here are some of the main application areas:

  1. Automobile Industry: Stamping automotive parts occupies an extremely important position in the automobile manufacturing industry, covering almost all parts of the automobile, including body panels (such as doors, hoods, fenders, trunk lids), chassis components (such as brackets, reinforcements), exhaust system components, interior components (such as seat supports, instrument panels, console panels), etc.
  2. Home appliance industry: In home appliances, such as TVs, refrigerators, washing machines, air conditioners, etc., stamping parts are used to manufacture casings, frames, heat sinks, etc. These parts often require good appearance and durability.
  3. Electronic products: Stamping technology is used in the electronics industry to produce precision parts, such as computer cases, internal structural parts of mobile phones (such as card slots, and holders), camera casings, and casings and casings of various electronic devices. Bracket etc.
  4. Aerospace: The aerospace field has extremely high requirements for material strength and precision. Stamping parts are used to manufacture aircraft structural parts, interior parts, and some components of spacecraft.
  5. Machinery Manufacturing: In the fields of general machinery, agricultural machinery, engineering machinery, etc., stamping parts are used to manufacture various shells, covers, brackets, fasteners, etc.
  6. Medical Devices: In medical equipment and instruments, such as surgical tools, instrument casings, brackets, etc., stamping parts provide reliable structural support and surface finish.
  7. Daily Hardware: Including kitchen utensils (such as stainless steel tableware), locks, door and window hardware accessories, furniture parts, etc. Stamping parts are widely used due to their advantages in mass production.
  8. Traffic and Transportation: A large number of stamped parts are also used in trains, ships, motorcycles and other means of transportation, such as carriage shells, structural supports, etc.
  9. Communication equipment: Stamping parts are also commonly found in communication infrastructure such as base station casings, antenna brackets, and various connectors.
  10. Packaging Industry: Metal can shells for food and beverages, as well as some household containers (such as steel boilers, enamel basins and bowls) are also manufactured through the stamping process.

Stainless Steel

  • Features: Corrosion-resistant, high strength.
  • Applications: Electrical appliances, furniture, kitchenware, etc.
  • Common grades: SUS200, SUS300, SUS400 series.
  • Aluminum Materials:
  • Features: Lightweight, good thermal conductivity, high strength.
  • Applications: Aerospace, automotive, machinery.
  • Common alloys: 5052, 6061, 7075.
    Carbon Steel Materials:
  • Features: High strength, ductility, plasticity, low cost.
  • Applications: Various industries.
  • Common grades: Q195, Q235, T08.
    Non-ferrous Metals:
  • Copper alloys: Good electrical/thermal conductivity, ductility, brightness. Used in electronics, appliances, construction.
  • Aluminum alloys: Lightweight, ductile, corrosion-resistant. Used in aerospace, automotive.
    Sheet Steel Classification:
  • Thin, medium, thick, extra-thick sheets.
  • Hot/cold-rolled steel sheets.
  • Galvanized, tin-plated, composite, color-coated sheets.
    Non-metallic Materials:
  • Plastics and rubber may be used in stamping processes.
  • When selecting materials for stamping processes, it is essential to consider the specific requirements of the product, processing properties, and cost factors to ensure product quality and production efficiency.

The cost of stamping tooling (mold cost) depends on several factors, including but not limited to:

  1. Type of Tooling: Different types of tooling (such as single-step, progressive, compound dies, etc.) have different costs.
  2. Tooling Material: The choice of material for the tooling affects the cost. Common materials include steel and aluminum.
  3. Size and Complexity of Tooling: Larger and more complex tooling generally incurs higher manufacturing costs.
  4. Manufacturing Process: The manufacturing processes and technologies involved in making the tooling can influence the cost, such as CNC machining, EDM, etc.

Generally, stamping tooling costs can range from a few thousand dollars to several hundred thousand dollars. Larger and more complex tooling may cost even more.

If you want to know the specific cost of mold cost, contact us and provide the 3D design drawing, specifications and quantity of the product you want to create.

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