Stamping

What is Stamping?

Stamping is the process of using a stamping press, where a tool and die, forms a sheet metal blank or a continuous steel coil through a single or progressive series of operations to manufacture a finished article. These operations can include punching round or specially designed holes, bending precise angles, flanging, coining and deep drawing. Stamping is usually done on cold metal.

Stamping is an efficient cost effective method for producing metal parts in significant volume where a final part design can be achieved in a series of progressions resulting in parts with dimensional complexity manufactured through a controlled process.

CMP is proud to offer complete computer aided engineering (CAE) in order to improve performance and improve product designs and assist in resolution of engineering problems. This includes simulation, validation and optimization of products, processes and manufacturing tools.

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Stamping Equipment

Resource Number Press Tonnage Bed Area Max Die Height Min Die Height Stroke SPM
2-MET-PRSS-1000 88 41.3″ x 23.6″ 11.8″ 8.7″ 3.9″ 50-100
2-MET-PRSS-1001 121 74″ x 26.8″ 13.7″ 10.2″ 4.3″ 45-90
2-MET-PRSS-1002 160 48″ x 24″ 13.75″ 10″ 6″ 40-75
2-MET-PRSS-1003 300 82.68″ x 47.24″ 23.62″ 15.75″ 11.81” 20-40
2-MET-PRSS-1004 375 98″ x 49″ 20″ 14″ 15″ 24

 

Materials: 

Thickness ranges from 0.015” – 0.500”

Mild carbon steel: Hot Rolled, Cold Rolled, Draw Quality, HSLA

Hot dipped galvanized steel: G30 – G90

Aluminum: Grade 5052, 6061, 6063

Stainless Steel: Grade 304, 316

 

Finishes: 

Other finishes are available on request. Listings below are typical.

Zinc Plating:  Per ASTM B633-FE/ZN5 Type III Clear; Per ASTM B633-13 FE/ZN5 Type II Yellow                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Hot Dip Galvanizing:  Per ASTM A123;  Per ASTM A153                                                                                                                                                                          

Powder Coated:  Polyester – choice of colors and textures.

Certifications:  ISO 9001:2015   Cert-0101227 12/26/2018

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