While deep drawn manufacturing has been around for a long time, many people still don’t understand what it is or how their businesses could benefit from it. In this article, we’ll talk about some of the benefits of this process and how Hudson Technologies can help.
- There are a variety of materials available At Hudson Technologies, our core capabilities include the use of materials such as Cold rolled steel, stainless steel 200-400 series, aluminum, copper, brass, Monel®, titanium, Hastelloy®, Kovar®, nickel, Inconel®, HY-MU 80 (other shielding alloys available), Cupro nickel, nickel silver and others.
- Uses less material By creating the exact shape and width needed using the stamping process, you can cut down on wasted materials and therefore on your ultimate cost.
- Rapid press times Many companies need a lot of metal components in a short period of time.The deep draw transfer presses have a rapid press time and can produce large quantities of metal components in a short space of time.
- Ensures product consistency The deep drawing process is capable of high repeatability, which ensures consistency in the production of the deep drawn components batch after batch.
- Allows for complex designs Deep drawing can produce complex metal components directly from the press, whereas other manufacturing processes may require expensive secondary operations.
- Process is cost-effective Once the tooling has been set up, there is very little downtime or upkeep of the tool. From that tool you can produce more and often for cheaper than other processes such as progressive stamping.