Precision Metal Stamping

  • From prototyping to mass production;
  • High-precision metal stampings with tolerance within ±0.01mm;
  • Quality materials and finishes.

Why Choose Beska for Precision Metal Stamping Manufacture

We’re a precision metal stamping manufacturer that is tailored to your unique needs. Our precision metal stamping services are designed to produce high-quality parts with tight tolerances and consistent accuracy. Here are a few reasons why you choose us for your metal stamping project:

Advanced Sheet Metal Stamping Capabilities

Our machines are equipped with advanced sensors and software that allow us to monitor and adjust the stamping process in real-time, ensuring that each part we produce meets your exact specifications.

Experienced Team of Engineers and Technicians

Our team of experienced engineers and technicians have years of experience in the industry. They work closely with our clients to understand their unique needs and design specifications, ensuring that each part we produce meets their exact requirements. Our team is highly skilled in stamping, quality control, and problem-solving, allowing us to deliver parts that meet the highest standards of quality and accuracy.

In-house Tool and Die Making

We have in-house tool and die making capabilities, which allows us to design and build custom stamping tools and dies for the specific needs. This also helps to streamline the production process, reducing lead times and costs.

Quality Materials and Finishes

We use only the highest quality materials and finishes to produce our parts. This ensures that each part we produce meets our rigorous quality standards and performs as expected in the field. Our team carefully selects the best materials and finishes for each job, ensuring that we deliver the best possible results for you.

Flexible Production Capabilities

We have the flexibility to produce small prototype runs or large-scale production runs, depending on your needs. This allows us to meet the unique needs of each of our clients, no matter how large or small the project.

 

A Series of Sheet Metal Fabrication Techniques

Punching-Sheet Metal Fabrication

After stamping, the metal scraps will be removed and there are several holes with specific shapes left.

Sheet Metal Grinding

The rotating grinding wheel removes the chips from the metal parts, which makes their surface more smooth.

Powder coating is one of the most popular and economical surface finishes for sheet metal post-treatments.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Metal Stamping

Advantages of precision metal stamping:

  • High accuracy and consistency – Precision metal stamping is known for its ability to produce highly accurate and consistent parts with tight tolerances.
  • High production rates – This process allows for high-volume production, making it an ideal choice for large-scale manufacturing.
  • Reduced scrap and waste – Precision metal stamping allows for efficient use of materials, minimizing scrap and waste, which can lead to cost savings.
  • Versatile – This process can be used to produce a wide range of metal parts and components with varying levels of complexity.

Disadvantages of precision metal stamping:

  • Initial tooling costs – The cost of designing and building the stamping tools and dies required for precision metal stamping can be expensive.
  • Limited flexibility – Once the tooling is in place, making changes to the design or specifications can be difficult and costly.
  • Material limitations – Precision metal stamping is most effective for thinner materials, typically less than 3mm in thickness.
Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication

What Is Precision Metal Stamping? Stamping vs. Punching

Precision metal stamping is a highly efficient manufacturing process that involves the use of a stamping press to transform metal sheets into the desired shape. This process is used to produce a wide range of metal parts and components for various industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, and medical.

Stamping and punching are similar processes, but there are some key differences. Stamping typically involves the use of a die and press to transform metal sheets into the desired shape, while punching involves the use of a punch and die to create holes or cutouts in the metal. Stamping is often used for more complex shapes and components, while punching is used for simpler shapes and components.

Quality Control

Precision Metal Stamping Parts

To create components exceeding your expectation, Beska always puts the quality of components first.

Quality Control for Precision Sheet Metal Parts

The Beska team is capable of supporting your sheet metal components from low-volume to mass production. The lead-time can be as short as one week.

 

Four Types of Metal Stamping:

Blanket metal stamping – involves stamping a large sheet of metal and then cutting it into smaller parts.

Progressive metal stamping – involves multiple stamping operations that produce multiple parts in a single pass.

Transfer metal stamping – involves transferring the metal from one station to another during the stamping process.

Deep drawn metal stamping – involves using a punch to form a metal sheet into a desired shape, typically used for cylindrical or box-shaped components.

 

 

 

 

What Is the Tolerance for Precision Metal Stamping Parts?

The general tolerance that we can achieve is around ±0.01mm.

Do You Have Any Quality Certifications?

Yes, we are a certified manufacturing supplier with ISO9001:2015 and SGS.

What Sheet Metal Manufacturing Services Do You Offer?

There is an array of sheet metal manufacturing services that we provide: blanking, piercing, punching, bending, cutting, welding, etc. The Beska team is glad to support your sheet metal fabrication from design analyzing to actual metal components.

What Tools Are Used for Checking the Quality of the Finished Sheet Metal Components?

At Beska, there is a list of tools to check Caliper vernier, CMM, height gauge, tap gauge, pin gauge, micrometer, projector, roughness tester, etc.

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