Deep Drawn Metal Stampings
in Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Incoloy, Nickel Alloys,
Brass & Copper
Metal stamping is considered
"deep" drawing when the depth of the drawn part exceeds
its diameter. Deep drawn metal stamped parts are
normally justified having repeat orders in the 50,000 quantity range, depending on part complexity. Shallow draw plain cup
tooling may be justified with repeat orders of items lower quantity range.
Progressive Metal Forming manufactures deep drawn metal stampings from a variety of
metals, each having its own forming characteristics and
properties. Materials are cold formed in a planned
forming sequence—simultaneously—to achieve the
approved part design configuration.
Material thickness can range from .003
inches to .150 inches. Materials formed include 300, 400 series Stainless Steel, Nickel Alloys, Red Metals, Aluminum, Low and High Carbon Steels. Stampings produced from Stainless Steel grades is 65% of stampings manufactured.
Experienced pmf design team and technicians
will produce your deep drawn part from a variety of metals
that you select and our disciplined quality management
system ensures specifications are maintained
during processing. Partnering with your design group
assisting with stamping design provides manufacturable and cost-effective stamping.
Stable and sustainable Drawn Metal Stampings Source
Progressive Metal Forming offers services supporting your product design team, achieving feasible deep drawn product designs that are cost effective to manufacture.
- Partnership, assist product development with attention to details.
- Tool Design, tool build, tool maintenance and production in same facility.
- Prototype parts have identical characteristics as production component providing reliable validation data.
- Tooling Credit for prototype part development gained.
- Transfer, Eyelet and Progressive Die processing to 800-ton Capacity.
- Deep drawing techniques offer material saving over screw machine and DOM formed tubing.
- Adapt existing tooling to pmf's manufacturing process.
- Secondary operations, machining, tapping and bending drawn parts.
- Drawn product assemblies.
- Drawn stampings can include side notching, holes and formed threads.
- Stamping assemblies.
- Finishing mechanical services on site and surface coating available.