Rowley’s stamping capabilities include:
The stamping manufacturing process is the production of a metal part, or stamping, by using a number of different methods. It involves processes such as punching, bending, piercing, drawing, blanking, and coining, which are performed by a machine press, stamping press, fourslide, transfer press, or turret press. The process through which the stamping will be manufactured is dependent on the part geometry and the cost effectiveness of the process.
Each process requires tooling to perform single or separate operations. Rowley Spring and Stamping Corporation’s methods of manufacturing are:
- Progressive Die Stamping or Progressive Metal Stamping
- Fourslide Stamping or Multislide Stamping
Generally, metal stamping is performed by feeding coiled metal stock through a die mounted in a power press stamping machine. The width and thickness of the material and the machine tonnage are determined by the customer’s part design. As the size and thickness of the part increases, so does the tonnage of the power press stamping machine in order to handle all operations required to fabricate the part.
Why Choose Rowley Spring for your Metal Stamping Needs?
- All parts are reviewed by our in-house engineers.
- We offer design assistance to help reduce waste and increase efficacy of production.
- We have a total of 28 presses ranging in size from 32 ton to 150 ton!
- We also have OBI and straight side presses.
- Our material size capabilities range from .003” to .187” flat stock up to 16” wide.
- We have various secondary capabilities such as tapping, secondary forming, assemblies, welding, and high and low volume production!
- Tooling design and fabrication is performed internally by our own talented staff of toolmakers. Rowley Spring and Stamping Corp. has developed a strict set of design specifications necessary to ensure tool longevity and allow for ease of tool maintenance. Our experience and knowledge of tooling has allowed us to design for maximum efficiency with minimal downtime in performing tool maintenance.
- Progressive Die Stampings – .003″ to .187″
- Flat stocks – up to 16″ wide
- Fourslide Stampings – .003″ to .120″
- Flat Stocks – up to 2.0″ wide
- Carbon Steels (annealed and tempered)
- Stainless Steels (all grades)
- Copper Alloys
- Nickel Alloys