Metal stamped parts may be a small component of a larger product but they can have a significant impact on your bottom line. How? Just ask yourself a few simple questions to learn how to reduce your product costs, cut production time, and extend product life by better understanding the metal stamping process.
As part of the Design for Manufacturability (DFM) process, Kenmode conducts simulations to provide you with data and options to ensure that each metal stamping is designed for ease of manufacture and reliability. By using Design for Manufacturability techniques you can reduce costs, eliminate defects, and increase efficiencies in the metal stamping process.
Kenmode’s Design Review Process reduces issues by evaluating the technical application of your metal stamped part prior to production. We bring together experts from our quality, engineering, tooling, and production teams to review your prints and the production parameters so there are no surprises.
Kenmode's experienced metal stamping team designs and builds tools in-house, using the latest technology to develop highly complex, high-precision tools that last the life of your program. We employ the latest technology available in the metal stamping industry throughout our design and production process including 3D design, robotics, in-die sensors and video inspection systems.
Kenmode incorporates manual and automated metal stamping quality controls into every phase of a project and meets stringent global and industry standards for quality.