Advantages and Shortcomings of Stamping
Cost efficiency – the speed of Stamping processing is fast, less labor is required, and the machine is easy to operate. This is why it is now considered the most cost-effective metal forming technology. In addition, this method enables the manufacture of larger product quantities.
Automation – Metal stamping offers a high degree of automation and enables the integration of lower level procedures such as tapping on stamps, welding on stamps, automated nut insertion, etc. This makes the total value of stamped parts rise.
Accuracy – Metal stamp technology is incredibly detailed and composite. This seems to be the most accurate way to handle any hard and complex shape. Generally, stamped parts do not need to be reworked to obtain proper tolerances.
High Quality – The stamping method provides the highest quality despite the fact that many parts are cut together.
Excellent properties – Stamped and formed parts are strong, rigid and light in weight. They have excellent finishing properties such as paint, surface treatment, powder coating, electroplating, etc.
Simple operation – This technique requires less effort and a lower skill range from workers.
This technology requires advanced processing, which makes low-scale and short-term production costly and inefficient, as the development and manufacture of equipment takes a long time, and any changes may incur additional expense and difficult equipment retrofits.
Typical Application Areas
Car Body, Chassis, Fuel Tank, Radiator Sheet
The steam drum of the boiler, The shell of the container,
The iron core silicon steel sheet of electrical appliances and motor
Instruments, Household Appliances, Bicycles, Office machinery, Living utensils