Stamping service is a rapid process that generates parts with complex geometries at relatively lower costs.
- Lead time as fast as 1 days
- Aluminium, Steel, Stainless Steel and more
Why Choose Our Stamping Service
Are you looking for your creation of a 3D, lettering, or surface engraving feature? Stamping is the best approach to achieve this. With Stamping, different shapes can be made out of the sheet metal by pressing down on it inside the die. we are the best place to get the exact shape according to your stamping drawing. We use a full-automated and computer-controlled Stamping process to create quality parts.
Our Stamping Service Capabilities
|Part size limit||1000mm*500mm|
Sheet Metal Fabrication Materials
Aluminum is a superior metal in terms of strength-to-weight ratio. It offers High Machinability, ductility, and thermal & electrical conductivity. Parts with aluminum also become highly resistant to corrosion.
Subtypes: 5052, 5083, 6061, 6082
Golden shiny color, low friction, excellent Machinability, and high electrical & thermal conductivity. Brass can be easily machined and the best choice for low-friction applications.
Subtypes: C360, H59, H62
It offers good strength, hardness, and excellent corrosion resistance with superior heat and thermal conductivity. It also has a very appealing aesthetic.
Subtypes: 101, C110
High mechanical strength, toughness, resistance to wear and fatigue, and sturdiness. In addition to carbon, other alloying elements can be added depending on the needed mechanical and physical qualities.
Subtypes: 1018, SPCC
High mechanical strength, Thermal, Wear, and Corrosion resistance. Stainless steel is low-cost and can be machined easily. Parts made from Stainless steel are durable and do not lose that strength over time.
Subtypes: 301, 304, 316
We provide various surface finish options. If your required surface treatment is not listed below, feel free to contact us for more options.
Bead blasting produces a matte texture, removing all the marks of machining tools. It applies to ABS, Aluminum, Brass, Stainless Steel, and Steel parts.
Brushing is achieved by applying an abrasive brush to the metal surface, which produces a unidirectional satin finish. And it is not recommended for highly corrosive materials.
Anodizing involves adding an aluminum oxide coating to aluminum and its alloys. The layers, which come in various colors, increase strength and shield the surface from corrosion.
Powder coating is the electrostatically applying of dry powder to the surface. It produces a thin layer providing excellent resistance to wear, corrosion, and abrasion.
Black oxide finish reduces surface reflectivity and offers mild corrosion protection. It involves adding a thin layer of magnetite to the surface.
Electroplating increases the hardness of the steel &aluminum parts. It offers excellent corrosion, wears, and abrasion resistance.
Physical rubbing of a metal surface to create a shiny surface is called a polishing surface finish. It increases the reflectivity and does not affect the dimensional stability of parts.
|Edge to edge, single surface||0.002 inch|
|Edge to hole, single surface||0.002 inch|
|Hole to hole, single surface||0.002 inch|
|Bend to edge / hole, single surface||0.005 inch|
|Edge to feature, multiple surface||0.015 inch|
|Over formed part, multiple surface||0.015 inch|
3 Ways to Ensure Perfection
For metals, the standard is ISO-2768 fH (fine)
For plastics, the standard is ISO-2768 mK (medium)
Metric threads tolerances：ISO 965-1 standard UN Threads Tolerances: ASME B1.1-2003 standard
knurling: ISO13444:2012 standard Our factory is ISO 9001:2015 certificated
Visual inspection and Protection
Constant visual inspection conditions
Quantification of cosmetic surface quality
Part cleaning and Protection
Quality Inspection Report
Design Guidelines-CNC Machining and Sheet Metal
You’ll find it all here, from the material, selection, and standard tolerances to design advice for each operation we provide, including sheet metal bending, Laser-cutting, water-jet cutting, and surface finishing options.
Are you looking for your creation of a 3D, lettering, or surface engraving feature? Stamping is the best approach to achieve this.
With Stamping, different shapes can be made out of the sheet metal by pressing down on it inside the die.
Prolean is the best place to get the exact shape according to your stamping drawing. We use a full-automated and computer-controlled Stamping process to create quality parts.
What is Stamping?
Stamping is a manufacturing process in which sheet metal is converted into a pre-defined shape. The stamping Die gives the shape to the sheet metal using pressure. So, the sheet metal is fed into the DieDie, and the applied pressure will shape and shear the material into the desired final partIt is more affordable to manufacture several identical parts from sheet metal by stamping.
Types of Stamping
Progressive Stamping is performing numerous stamping operations sequentially using a sequence of workstations. Since dies endure a long time with this procedure, identical parts can be made over an extended period. In addition, it also produces significantly less scrap. Transfer stamping is commonly used to manufacture large parts. After one operation is finished, the part is transferred to another workstation. With Fourslide, Four tools can be used simultaneously to shape the four slides of a workpiece. It allows for the formation of parts with complex geometries.
Deep drawing stamping is perfect for manufacturing components with multiple series of diameters. It entails using a punch to pull a sheet into the Die and mold it there.
Compared to other typical manufacturing processes, Stamping is more automated. It is also cost-effective to make high-quality identical items because the die can be used repeatedly. Additionally, it makes surface polishing or post-processing simpler.
The first phase involves designing the Stamping dies according to required operations, typically using CAD/CAM technology. For the stamping process to be accurate and for each stamp to retain the ideal component quality, a tight tolerance of dies is also essential
Specific Techniques for Stamping Process
Under the stamping approach, numerous specific techniques include punching, blanking, flanging, embossing, bending, and more.
Punching and blanking are used to create the hole in the workpiece. Embossing Refers to the raised or recessed design in the sheet metal. While flagging is used to produce flange structure. However, there is one thing common in all techniques: Die and pressure are involved no matter whether it is associated with creating a hole, flange, recessed design, or bend.
Stamping is used in the manufacturing of various components in several industries.
- Home appliances
- Lighting Industry
- Electrical and Electronics
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What item can be produced using the stamping process?
We manufacture anything from basic items like metal clips, springs, weights, jars, washers, cups, cans, terminals, contacts, lead frames, springs, pins, and brackets to complex designs like engine parts. In addition, we provide Stamping services for various industries, including Automotive, electrical, Electronics, Home appliances manufacturers, defense, and many more.
What is the Stamping Tolerance that Prolean Offers?
Our computer-controlled Stamping machines are capable of maintaining the tolerance Hole diameter ± 0.005″, angle ±1 degree, Bend radii ±0.010″, outer dimension ±0.005″, and cut features to bend ±0.0010″.
What Types of Materials Can be used for Stamping?
Steel, aluminum, copper, nickel, and their alloys are most famous for Stamping. However, expensive materials such as gold and platinum are also applicable. These costly materials are primarily used in stamping to make electronic parts.
How Can I set up my part for Stamping?
With our computer-controlled automated stamping machines, you can get your parts by sending the CAD drawing to us. So, it would be perfect for making a 3D model and choosing the material options from your side. We accept PBX, DFX, DWG, STL, and wire Extension CAD files. However, our experienced engineers are also available to assist you with your design process.
Do you have any design tips for Stamping?
Yes, of course. The hole’s minimum diameter is the fundamental criterion in Stamping. Therefore, you should maintain at least an equal thickness of the sheet. And don’t add callouts on the outside radius to the component print because Stamping cannot control the outer radius. Additionally, avoid adding callouts to the component’s outer radius because Stamping cannot regulate it.
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