What is Stamping?

Stamping is a metal forming process that involves placing a flat metal sheet or strip into a press, where a tool and die surface form the metal into a desired shape. The process can be used to produce a wide range of metal parts, including auto body panels, electrical components, and cookware.

Stamping is a cost-effective and efficient method for producing high volumes of identical parts, and it can be used with diverse metals, including steel, aluminum, brass, and copper. The process can also be used to create intricate shapes and designs, and it can be automated for high-volume production runs.

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