Precision stamping may include progressive die stamping and single-step processes, which brings many benefits, especially for high-volume projects.
Lower cost: When carrying out large projects with multiple identical parts, the cost of fine blanking parts manufacturers is lower, because less labor is required to manufacture additional units.
Automation: By automating the process, imprinting can be performed in less time and the chance of worker errors is reduced.
As the name implies, precision stamping is most suitable for projects with low error tolerance.
The solution to the problem: Although some stamping companies may not be able to provide the precision required for fine work such as electronics or connectors, micro tampers using precision technology can provide the required precision. Choosing a micro-stamping company first to execute a complex project saves the time of making another company accustomed to larger, higher tolerance metal processing failures.
Although precision technology can precisely and precisely create the smallest and most detailed parts to ensure their quality, not every project can benefit from the use of precision stamping after many years of production. In certain situations, this process has some disadvantages that may make other metal fabrication options a better choice.