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Brass stamping

Custom brass stamping parts

The brass stamping process is a widely applicable and efficient metalworking technique for the manufacture of complex and precise parts from brass sheets. Brass, a copper-zinc alloy known for its durability, ductility and attractive golden appearance, is favored in stamping for its excellent formability and electrical conductivity.

The brass stamping process involves multiple steps to transform flat brass sheets into three-dimensional parts with complex shapes:

Design and Tooling Preparation: Manufacture precision molds according to design, including dies and punches

Feeding: Brass sheets are fed into the stamping press, which is equipped with custom-made dies.

Stamping: Stretching and bending the brass material into the desired form.

Forming and Trimming: During the stamping process, the brass sheet undergoes bending, deep drawing, stamping, etc., into the desired shape. After shaping, excess material is trimmed off using specialized cutting tools.

Brass stamping offers several advantages, including:

Precision: The process allows for intricate and precise detailing, making it suitable for components with complex designs and tight tolerances.

Cost Efficiency: The high-speed production capabilities of stamping reduce labor costs and increase production efficiency.

Material Conservation: Brass stamping minimizes material waste, as it primarily involves shaping rather than subtractive methods like machining.

Consistency: Stamped brass parts are highly consistent in terms of dimensions and features, ensuring uniformity across large production runs.

Why Use HDC’s Metal Stamping Services?

Choosing HDC’s Metal Stamping Services means gaining access to a team of experts, advanced technology, customized solutions, and a commitment to quality and innovation. We take pride in our ability to turn your concepts into high-quality stamped components that meet your specifications and exceed your expectations.

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