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Precision Metal Stamping

Our wide range of manufacturing presses, advanced technologies and experience working with diverse materials allows us to produce custom precision metal stampings needed by the automotive, medical device, and electronics industries.

Precision Metal Stamping Services

  • Progressive Die Stamping
  • In-Die Hardware Insertion
  • In-Die Tapping and Threaded Inserts
  • In-Die Assembly
  • In-Tool Machining of Round Pins
  • Hand Stacking and Custom Packaging
  • Compliant Pin Technology

Secondary Operations

  • Secondary Tooling to Trim Parts or to Form and Cingulate at Customer Location
  • Hardware Insertion
  • Welding and Spot Welding
  • Laser Welding
  • Passivation
  • Sterilization

Metal Finishing Options

  • Pre-Plating, Post-Plating and Spot Plating
  • Powder Coating & E-Coating
  • Electropolishing
  • Deburring
  • Heat Treating
  • Sanding, Grinding, and Buffing
  • Cleaning

Press Operations

  • 1,800 SPM Capabilities from 10 to 300 ton capacity
  • Bruderer and Minster Presses
  • Electronic Servo Feeds (reduce set-up time and prevent misfeeds)
  • Bed sizes up to 96" Long
  • Smart Pack II - Encoder Based
  • Visual Floor/Shop


When using metal stamping to create complex parts, it is crucial to choose the right raw material.  We stamp a wide range of materials to meet the exact materials specifications needed for each unique application.

  • Stock thickness from .0015 to .125 and above
  • Stock width from 0.25 to 23.5 inches
  • Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals
  • Precious and Noble Metals
  • Pre-plated
  • Mylar
  • Wire

Advanced technology

  • 3D Tool Design
  • Complete Tool Build from Electronic Files
  • 3D CNC High-Speed Hard Milling
  • Wire EDM Machines with Robotics
  • In-Die Detection Sensor Systems
  • In-Line Vision Inspection Equipment
  • OGP SNAP Full-Function Digital Measuring Machine
  • Non-Contact Video Measurement 

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