Fortuna provides precision stamping services to the led, electronics, and other commercial industries. Our stamping capabilities include single stamping, progressive dies, forming, blanking, and deep drawing. Our mechanic’s presses range from 25 to 250 tons. We produce a variety of components including terminals, clips, shields and deep drawings. We manufacture metal parts from a wide range of materials including steel alloys, nickel, titanium and bronze.
All tooling is built in-house, giving us complete control over quality. Additional services include deburring, double disk grinding, packaging and shipping.
Applications Of Precision Stampings
Precision stamping is a fast and cost-effective solution for manufacturing large quantities of complex products. There are three major precision stamping applications currently in use at factories across the globe: micro-precision stamping, intricate precision metalwork, and prototype design.
Metal stamping uses high tonnage presses and stamping dies to forge sheets of metal into complete or semi-complete parts. Precision metal stamping improves the speed and accuracy of complex stamping applications by allowing the stamping, folding, drawing, or piercing of a product in a single or series operations.
Benefits and Disadvantages Of Precision Stamping
Precision stamping can be highly automated, making the process well-suited for high-volume because labor costs drop as production levels increase. Upfront tooling costs, however, may render precision stamping ineffective for smaller production runs. Other factors to consider include long lead times and difficulty making design changes once the tools have been created.