Deep-drawn metal stamping applies a significant punching force to radically draw metal sheets into a die cavity. Finished components produced by this process tend to have a depth that exceeds their diameter, which is why manufacturers refer to it as “deep-drawn” metal stamping.
Our eBook, Industrywide Applications for Deep-Drawn Metal Stamping, covers deep-drawn stamping vs. progressive die stamping, industries and applications, as well as benefits of deep-drawn metal stamping, which include:
• Seamless part production by using a single sheet of metal
• The production process requires little to no technical labor after the die is formed
• Faster cycle times for large product quantities
• Formation of complex axisymmetric shapes with exceptional detail and a high degree of accuracy