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METAL STAMPING INSIGHTS

Latest tips, trends and best practices in the metal stamping industry

Tim Lynch

Vice President, Sales and Marketing

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Cleaning Metal Stampings Is Critical to Its Finish and Function

on 3/10/20 10:00 AM | By Tim Lynch | 0 Comments | Secondary Operations
Cleaning Metal Stampings Is Critical to Its Finish and Function The metal stamping process leaves residues, such as lubricants, metal shavings, and dust, on the stamped parts as they come out of the presses. These contaminants could affect the part’s function, so they must be removed before the parts can be sent for secondary operations such as metal finishing or welding or directly to the manufacturing line.
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