Metal Stamping

Metal Stamping

Suburban Industrial operates 13 stamping presses up to 225 tons, providing production quantities from low volumes up to 2,000 parts to high volumes up to 1 million parts. We also offer in-die clinching. Our presses range from 24″ x 36″ to 80″ x 144″, giving us the capability to stamp a wide variety of sizes. Suburban Industrial is equipped with two Trumpf CNC punching machines and a large inventory of tooling to handle all your production requirements. We also offer manual punching and forming for low-volume runs or quick turnaround prototype work.

Welding is a critical part of our operation, and we have the experience and capability to handle all your welding needs. We offer both MIG (GMAW) and TIG (GTAW) welding, as well as resistance spot welding. Our welders are certified by the American Welding Society (AWS).

The metal stamping process can be divided into two main categories: blanking and forming. Blanking involves cutting out a shape from a sheet of metal while forming entails bending or stretching the metal to create the desired shape. There are many different types of stamps and dies that can be used in the stamping process, each of which is best suited for certain applications.

The benefits of metal stamping over other manufacturing processes include its affordability, speed, and versatility. Metal stamping can be used to create complex shapes with a high degree of accuracy, making it ideal for applications where precision is essential. Additionally, metal stamping is a relatively fast process that can be easily automated, making it capable of handling large production runs. Our process is well suited for a wide range of applications and can be easily automated to handle large production runs. Additionally, metal stamping is an affordable manufacturing option that can produce parts with a high degree of accuracy.



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