Conventional Stamping offers a variety of techniques for production of the simplest to the very complex sheet metal parts. With simple shapes and generous tolerances, tooling is inexpensive and can produce hundreds per minute, the most cost effective of all manufacturing processes. As the level of complexity increases and tolerances held tighter, progressive tooling can be designed to perform an assortment of operations within the die.

Multiple shaving can produce straighter and more defined shapes with virtually no die break to very close tolerances. Operations such as lancing, forming, bending, coining and drawing within a progressive die can produce sophisticated parts with amazing accuracy and efficiency.  Even tapped holes are possible, eliminating costly secondary operations