Capacity: Metal Stamping Manufacturer
Progressive Die: These are utilized for high-volume production, and they are generally appropriate for high-speed operations. They offer an economical and efficient method of getting parts into production.
Compound Die: The compound die refers to a die structure in which a punch press completes multiple processes such as blanking and punching in one stroke. Compound die can manufacture large parts. Compared with single-process die, it can reduce the number of dies and improve stamping efficiency. In addition, reasonable compound mold design can also reduce mold cost.
Single-process Die: Single-process die refers to a die with only one station and only one procedure. It can be divided into punching die, bending die, drawing die, turning die and shaping die. Single-process molds make mold manufacture simple, easy to maintain, and can manufacture large parts. The disadvantage is that a complex part may require dozens of sets of single-process molds.