Meeting The Challenge
Achieving multiple, intricate forms and geometrically complex features.
As products become smaller, there are new challenges in designing and manufacturing components for full functionality. Micro and micro-miniature parts involve micro and micro-miniature features. Increasingly miniature parts demand increasingly tighter tolerances. But you can be optimistic about precision stamping as the solution to component micromanufacturing. In fact, you can pursue miniaturization, complexity and the benefits that are unique to precision metal stamping. All the way down to the µm level.
The tool engineering and press floor innovations routinely occurring today are turning stamping into one of the newest technologies for manufacturing multiple, intricate forms and geometrically complex features. Many of our systems use computer-integrated manufacturing and the latest innovations from vision systems performing in-process inspections to ultra-high speed stamping processes and integrated work cells.
Sizes & Tolerances
Thin and ultra-thin materials down to:
- .0005” thick foils & paper
- .0015” 301 stainless steel
- .002” beryllium copper
- .002” pure platinum ribbon
- Production part tolerances to +.0005” or tighter in many cases
Metal stamping, like any manufacturing methodology, is not the answer for every component application. But a complex precision metal stamping specialist can accomplish results you might not expect. By applying leading-edge technology and experience handling the most complex challenges.