Progressive Die Stamping
Progressive Die Stamping is one of our mass manufacturing processes, where sheet metal is fed through a series of Dies. At each stage forming takes place, and progressively the shape of the component comes together into its final geometry.
It’s possible to produce 700 – 1000 parts per minute. Making this is an extremely quick and repeatable process. Ensuring piece part prices are very low.
A number of forming actions are available, such as; coining, bending, punching, blanking and multi-slide stamping. Each Die station can have a mixture of these steps. The final results can have complex forms with high uniform quality.
Examples of Progressive Die Stamping include:
- Shield Cans for Electronic PCB assemblies
- Drink Can Lids
- Spring Clips
- Electrical Terminals