When it comes to the aerospace industry, there is no room for manufacturing error. The tight tolerances and precision measurements required doesn’t allow for “good enough,” it must be perfection.
Whether you need a small, precise connector, a stamped metal clip part, spring, complex gearhead, or steel airframe component, metal stamping can allow you to create a multitude of parts small and large.
Deep Draw Metal Stamping
The deep draw metal stamping process itself is not too complicated. Through the action of a punch, a sheet metal blank is drawn into a die and as the die forms the metal around the punch the blank is formed into a specified three-dimensional shape little by little. It’s considered a "deep draw" process when the depth of the drawn part is greater than its diameter.
One big advantage of this process is that it can be used on many different types of metals, including stainless steel and titanium, along with aluminum, aluminized steel, cold rolled steel, brass, copper, HY-MU 77 and 80 (other shielding alloys available), nickel, cupro nickel and more.
This type of process can produce both symmetrical and asymmetrical parts. Deep drawn metal stamping is not only versatile, but it also produces strong metal parts. The drawing process leads to a finished part stronger than the original raw material used to manufacture it. This is critical when manufacturing aerospace parts, for example.
Hudson Technologies for Metal Stamping
Design engineers turn to Hudson Technologies for custom enclosures and metal diaphragms for their technology, whether they need a prototype or high-volume production. Our catalog has over 15,000 standard deep drawn shapes and sizes available with little to no tooling charges. Engineered products offer custom components designed to customers' specifications.
With state-of-the-art equipment and a skilled, experienced staff, Hudson Technologies can deliver stamped metal parts that match your exact specifications.
To find out more about our products, contact Hudson Technologies online or call (866) 241-4448.