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Deep drawn metal stamping is a sheet metal fabrication manufacturing process that create many kinds of metal parts with tools. The deep drawing process has several significant differences from other methods. You could fall victim to hearing false myths about deep draw without being an expert on manufacturing. So we are going to clear a few of them today.
1. The cost is too high. Simpler methods are cheaper.
False. Deep drawing is a continuous manufacturing process, making it one of the fastest and most cost effective available. Using the deep drawing process, the cost per unit decreases as production quantity increases.
2. Deep drawn stamping can only create simple parts.
False. Deep drawn metal stamping is great for creating highly complex shapes to very tight tolerances. Multi-station stamping presses are capable of forming axis symmetric parts that are seamless, strong, and light.
3. High tech = high cost.
False again. From an operational standpoint, deep drawn metal stamping is one of the simplest and most robust processes available. Low technical labor costs and short production time combine to make the deep drawn process easy and profitable to manage.
4. Materials are weakened by deep drawing.
Although understandable, but this myth is still false. A common misconception is that deep drawing stretches the material and therefore damages it. The reality is that the force on the material can only increase the overall strength through a process called cold working. While some elongation may occur, actual stretching of the base material is very slight. In the end, the finished part is actually stronger than the original material.
While there are more misunderstanding out there, these are the top four myths about deep drawn metal stamping and the deep draw process. For more info about our deep drawing services, please contact us via email: Info@zec-industrygroup.com or phone : +86-571-83737826