Premium advanced technologies for sheet metal press die can rapidly create and handle complex sheet metal press parts. We have tooling for presses up from 15-400 tons in-house, in accordance with ISO compliant, our tool and die manufacturing operations hold tolerances down to +/-0.025mm.
Normally our sheet metal press die includes single sheet metal punching die, compound die, and progressive die.
A single sheet metal punch and die typically make holes in a part or blanks out the part.
Simple sheet metal press forming dies also commonly produce basic forms as well as perform notching and lancing operations.
Simple sheet metal punching and dies require a press operator to load and unload parts and part material before and after each press cycle.
A compound die blanks produce a part at the same time in the same station. In most cases this operation.
perforates a hole or holes down, while the part blanks up. This allows slugs from those holes to fall through the die.
This method leaves the part in the die, requiring some means of part removal.
They can run continuously with a feeder, provided you can remove the part in a timely manner.
Advantages of a compound die include:
Minimal space in the press
All burrs in one direction
Superior accuracy between holes and trim edges
More economical to build than a progressive die
Progressive dies is an effective way to convert raw coil stock into a finished product with minimal handling. As material feeds from station to station in the die, it progressively works into a completed part. Progressive dies usually run from right to left. The part material feeds one progression for each press cycle. Early stations typically perforate holes that serve as pilots to locate the stock strip in later stations.
Premium offer you low volume and high volume sheet metal fabrication from small to large parts, and complex project to further enhance our precision forming capabilities.
Our Application Include:
Control and automation systems
Infrared Radiant Heaters