At Jones Metal Products we accommodate a variety of materials to meet your deep drawn metal stamping needs.
Conventional matched die forming, or deep draw stamping, can be an economical solution for the creation of parts from a variety of metals.
A method that works well for both large production runs and shorter runs with long-term applications and uses, deep draw stamping employs hardened steel dies for tooling. While upfront tooling costs run higher, compared to other forming methods, faster production rates can be achieved, especially when parts are being stamped from thicker gauge material.
As a component forming method, deep draw stamping offers many advantages, including lower costs for high volume production and the ability to create parts with a high strength-to-weight ratio. It is an ideal metal forming method for cylindrical parts and components where there is a minimal emphasis on surface marks.
Unless the material exhibits abnormal spring back, deep drawn metal stamping can ensure inside measurements are kept to plus or minus .01 inches. JMP’s deep draw stamping capabilities can form parts with depths up to 12 inches and diameters to 40 inches.
Whether for aerospace, power generation, healthcare, defense, commercial lighting or other industries, deep drawn metal stamping offers manufacturers an economical method for creating components and parts. No matter which material is specified, manufacturers can be assured of high quality results when working with JMP. We are ISO 9001: 2015 (Without Design) and AS9100: 20016 certified, and our heat treat services are certified by Nadcap.
Jones Metal Products is committed to ensuring on-time and on-budget fulfillment of deep draw stamping orders, no matter the metal. If you have questions about which metal best suits your design, send us your drawings and contact us today. We will work with you to find a deep draw stamping material that will produce your desired results.
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