Metal stampings are components manufactured by placing flat sheets of metal into a stamping press where male and female dies create the final product's shape.
Several MW Components locations specialize in the stamping of metal components using a variety of presses from 30 to 400-ton capacity. The metallurgical expertise we use to design our spring and fastener products extends to stampings as well. This allows 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.
Metal Stampings Overview
Metal stamping is a broad category of manufacturing services used to turn sheets of metal into functional components. Some examples of precision stamping fabrication processes include bending, blanking, coining, embossing, flanging, high-speed, progressive-die, punching, and single-stage stamping.
Custom Metal Stampings
MW Components specializes in custom component manufacturing. We have over 30 manufacturing facilities worldwide that stock various standard and specialty materials and perform multiple forms of metal stamping for a variety of industries and applications. Our facilities use a combination of tried-and-true and state-of-the-art machining processes to fabricate components for springs, fasteners, couplings, and other machined components, making our team a highly knowledgeable and valuable resource.
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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