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Metal Stampings

Custom Metal Stamping Parts

MW Components specializes in producing custom metal stamping parts for a variety of industries, including aftermarket automotive, general industrial, consumer goods, heavy truck, medical, aerospace and more.

Our facilities leverage various presses from 30 to 400-ton capacity to produce a wide range of custom metal stamping parts. The metallurgical expertise we use to design our spring and fastener products also extends to stampings, allowing our engineers to create components utilizing materials from low-carbon steel to pre-tempered alloys in thicknesses from .004″ to .312″ depending on the configuration of the part and tonnage required.


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Custom Manufacturing

Custom Metal Stamping

MW Components is an expert in producing custom metal stamping parts created to your specs as well as providing design expertise that helps you get a custom component in the most time- and cost-effective manner. We have 20+ manufacturing facilities across the United States that stock various standard and specialty materials and perform multiple forms of metal stamping for a variety of industries and applications.

In-house tooling and design capabilities, engineering support, and a wide array of secondary processes (deburring, e-coat, welding, assembly, etc.) allow MW to manufacture even the most complex metal stamping designs for your applications.

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MW Components - Precision metal stampings & parts
  • Our Metal Stamping Services

    With multiple facilities across the US, we produce Made in the USA stampings from aluminum, stainless steel, brass, bronze alloy, and other materials. We also offer in-house tooling and secondary processes.

    • Aftermarket automotive stampings
    • General industrial stampings
    • Metal stamping parts from a variety of materials
    • Long run, high-speed stamping production
    • Low-volume stamping production

    Due to our wide range of capabilities, many customers choose MW to help consolidate their stamping production. We can create multiple components in a single location and support assembly, reducing supplier count and simplifying sourcing needs.

  • Quality Systems

    All our facilities are ISO 9001 certified. In addition, MW has experience in many industry and application-specific quality control systems and processes.

    • Production Part Approval Process
    • Control Plans
    • Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA)
    • Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA)
    • Initial Process Studies
    • Statistical Process Control (SPC)

    Our quality labs also have established calibration systems for everything from CMM and optical comparators to hardness testing. Contact us to learn more.

Aftermarket Automotive Stampings

MW produces stampings for many different industries, including aftermarket automotive. Our automotive stampings are used in applications such as:

  • Tie rods
  • Drag links
  • Idler arms
  • Ball joints

Other industries we work with include general industrial, medical, and aerospace.

Metal Stamping FAQs

What is metal stamping?

Metal stamping is a broad category of manufacturing services used to turn strips or sheets of metal into functional components.

What industries use metal stampings?

Metal stampings are used in a wide variety of applications across nearly every industry, including automotive, manufacturing, construction, aerospace, electronics, medical, and more.

What machines produce metal stampings?

There are many types of machines that can produce metal stampings. One of the most common is a progressive die in a stamping press, which is used at multiple MW Components locations. Other machines include multislides and fourslides.

What are some of the processes used in metal stamping?

Some examples of precision stamping fabrication processes include bending, blanking, coining, embossing, flanging, high-speed, progressive-die, punching, and single-stage stamping.