Deep Draw Metal Stampings
Trans-Matic is a world class manufacturer of deep draw metal stampings. We utilize our state of the art capabilities of producing deep drawn metal stampings to serve countless industries, producing deep drawn parts for the automotive, lock hardware, compressor, appliance, fire prevention, pharmaceutical, HVAC, plumbing markets, and more.
With over 40 years’ experience and production facilities around the globe, Trans-Matic is the world’s leading provider of custom deep drawn metal stampings.
Advantages of Deep Drawn Parts
The deep drawn metal stamping process gives deep drawn parts numerous advantages over traditionally machined, cast, or molded parts. Deep drawn stamping can reduce costs, reduce waste, lower assembly costs and time, and improve metal structure to produce a stronger finished part.
Deep drawn metal parts provide a net shape that minimizes waste. This means your part uses the minimum amount of metal required to deep draw the part, and you aren’t wasting money on metal that’s tossed in the scrap bin.
At Trans-Matic, we are often able to engineer our deep drawn stampings in a way that combines several parts into a single high quality, custom engineered deep drawn metal stamping. In addition to increasing the strength and performance of the part by work hardening, the deep drawn metal stamping process also reduces assembly time and cost by producing a press complete component.
Processes deep drawn metal stamping can replace:
- Screw machining
- Cold heating
- Die casting
- Investment casting
- Metal injection molding
Metals Used in Deep Drawn Stampings
Trans-Matic’s decades of deep draw stamping expertise and state of the art facilities allow us to produce custom deep drawn stampings in nearly any common deep drawn metal type, and the capability and experience to work with less common grades to fit your deep drawn part’s specific needs as well.
Among the common metals Trans-Matic works with in the deep drawn stamping process are:
Deep Drawn Stampings Design Assistance
Our engineers are experts at the deep draw stamping design process. Making use of state-of-the-art metal forming simulation software and decades of experience, we can show you how a deep drawn metal stamping can be used to efficiently produce your part. Our engineers have worked on hundreds of deep drawn stamping projects. From combining multiple component parts and processes into a single deep drawn stamping to reverse engineering existing parts, our skilled staff is here to help.
Whether you have a completed drawing ready for production or just a napkin sketch, we can help you to get a manufacturable deep drawn metal stamping part at the lowest cost and still meet the most exacting specifications.
The characteristics, benefits and challenges listed above should be considered from the perspective of a stamping company. To assure you match the right grade for your application please consult a metallurgist or conduct your own research before choosing a grade of steel.