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Deep Drawn Methodology and Its Benefits

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Mar 10, 2016 8:30:00 AM

It has long been understood that pressing or stamping is an economical method for manufacturing complex parts. Although there's a relatively high initial cost to manufacture tooling, deep drawn stamping is usually cheaper and always faster than alternative processes such as machining, fabrication and injection molding.

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How Deep Drawn Ordnance Parts Help Protect the Military

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jun 4, 2015 9:58:05 AM

It might not seem evident, but safety is a prime concern for members of the military. The men and women in the armed forces place themselves in harm’s way on an almost daily basis. They rely on training, skills, and properly manufactured equipment to ensure that the inherently dangerous activities they perform are as safe as possible.

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The Advantages of the Deep Drawn process over other processes

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jan 20, 2015 9:39:00 AM

The deep drawn metal stamping process holds a clear advantage over other types of metal forming in several key ways. Cost is low, quality is high, and the process is known to be efficient and accurate. But what about the screw machine process? The capabilities seem similar, and in some cases the final products look about the same.

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Deep Drawn Products that have changed the World

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jan 13, 2015 1:54:00 PM

When someone talks about the deep drawn process and the products that are created by it, the topic seldom turns to helping humanity. In fact, most of the time when someone thinks or talks about any manufacturing process they have very distinct pre-conceived notions. They might consider parts that are used in the automotive industry, or industrial products. Certainly all of these things are in fact created by manufacturing processes such as deep drawn metal stamping, so the notion is not completely incorrect.

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How a Deep Drawn Metal Space Pen™ Saved Apollo 11

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Dec 16, 2014 3:52:00 PM

In 1965, the first anti-gravity space pen™ was patented. These pens were unique in their ability to write in a zero gravity environment at any angle, which made them perfect for astronauts during space missions. The first such pen was used during the Apollo 7 mission in 1968, and again on the famous Apollo 11 mission during which the first human footprints were forever embedded in the surface of the moon. 

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An Introduction to the Deep Drawn Metal Stamping Process

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Nov 26, 2014 2:00:00 PM

Metal stamping processes are one of the most common methods used to shape sheet metal of many different materials into desired shapes. When the depth of the stamped part is equal to or greater than the maximum diameter of the part, it is considered deep drawn.

The deep draw process begins by feeding the desired metal or alloy into the machine either in a continuous strip or by individual sheet. The initial stage cuts out a circular blank to be used in the stamping process.

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10 Quick Tips for Choosing a Deep Drawn Metal Stamping Supplier

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Nov 25, 2014 9:06:00 AM

Choosing the right supplier for Deep Drawn Metal Stamping is very important when you want the best results. Listed here are the top ten things to look for to make sure you get the best quality parts, at the best price.

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4 Deep Drawn Myths Busted

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Nov 12, 2014 12:24:00 PM

Deep Drawn Metal Stamping competes with many other types of manufacturing processes that create the same or similar products. The Deep Draw process does however have several significant differences that set it apart from other methods. The choices are sometimes confusing, and many manufacturing experts may provide advice for those who are considering the deep drawn metal stamping method as an alternative. While their intentions are always good, sometimes these tidbits of knowledge can be a bit off-the-mark.

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Four Signs You Should Invest in Deep Drawn Metal Stamping

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Nov 5, 2014 8:52:00 AM

 With all of the technology available in the manufacturing industry today, it can be daunting to decide which method would create the highest quality part at the lowest cost. When faced with such a decision, the best way to move forward is often to closely examine the needs and requirements of the product and then locate a suitable manufacturing method.

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The Deep Drawn Dilemma