Precision Metal Stampings

callout_stamping-out-cost_flatBrainin maintains leading-edge precision metal stamping capability with close tolerances. Our metal stampings range from micro-stamped biopsy forceps to large-part automotive stampings such as seat hinge assemblies and suspension components.

Brainin’s talented engineers, tool and die makers and technicians design, build and maintain the most productive metal stamping tools in the world.

Custom cleaning processes are available in-house, allowing Brainin to supply clean, dry parts that will perform well for our customers.

Materials include copper, brass, steel, stainless steel, beryllium copper, and clad metals, among others.

  • Press range
    • 2 – 362 metric tons
    • Up to 1800 strokes per minute
    • Stock sizes from .02 mm to 6.40 mm thick
  • Materials
    • Ferrous and non-ferrous metals
    • Precious and non-precious clad metals
  • Tooling
    • Progressive, fourslide, blanking and compound dies
    • In-die tapping and progressive draws
  • Finishing operations
    • Aqueous cleaning and deburring
    • Continuous strip cleaning
    • Ultrasonic cleaning
  • Electroplating
    • Gold
    • Silver
    • Nickel
    • Copper
  • Also available
    • Heat treating
    • Machining
    • Engineered coatings

Brainin produces a wide variety of metallic and non-metallic stampings for medical, automotive, electrical, defense, appliance, electronic, and other industries. These include:

photo_precision-metal-stampingsMedical metal stampings

Precision medical stampings for surgical instruments, diagnostic equipment, and implantable devices.

Automotive metal stampings

Precision automotive stampings for electrical switches, relays and other electrical devices available as loose parts, continuous reels, in specified strip lengths or in specially designed packaging. Automotive connectors, airbag sensor and control components.

Electrical and electronics metal stampings

Subminiature to large precision metal stampings for connectors, hybrid packaging, lead frames, heat sinks and other computer and electronic applications. Parts with tight critical dimensions and cosmetic requirements. Quantities to millions per week.

Expert advice right at your fingertips: To learn more about metal stamping and design best practices, see Brainin’s Technical Resources section for our Metal Stamping and Design Considerations series.