Brass Stampings Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of brass stamping companies and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source brass stamping manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate brass stamping companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer brass stampings for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading brass stamping manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for brass stamping sheets, industrial brass stampings, or raw brass stampings.

  • Garland, TX

    Because of Micro Forms, Inc. investment in training, quality equipment and the latest advances in metal forming technology, they produce some of the finest brass stampings and related parts in the industry today. Their three-tiered approach to total quality management, which involves focusing on design, control and continuous improvement, is also what keeps them on top.

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  • Gurnee, IL

    We offer brass stampings and other metal stampings to customers around the world. We have over 30 years of experience in the world of metal stamping, and we will use every ounce of that experience to benefit you! We will walk you through the production process starting with design and ending with shipment! We will never abandon you to figure things out on your own. Contact us today for more info!

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  • Crystal Lake, IL

    G&M Mfg. Corp. has almost 60 years of experience providing high quality and cost-effective metal stamping solutions to hundreds of companies in the United States. We maintain an array of single and double action mechanical and hydraulic presses. Capabilities include progressive die, forming, stamping, deep drawing, assembly, painting and more.

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  • Cleveland, OH

    Look to us to provide you with brass stampings and other stamping products that can be used in any industry. We work with over 150 customers, and are always wiling to add more. We believe that placing the customer first is the best way to achieve lasting success. We will never sacrifice on quality or manufacturing with your products. Contact us today to learn more!

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  • Algonquin, IL

    For over half a century, Kenmode has built a reputation for producing complex high-precision, custom metal stampings and assemblies with the highest efficiency and quality. The Kenmode engineering and design team works to simplify and streamline the metal stamping process for customers to save both time and expense. Kenmode facilities employ the most advanced technology for design, production, inspection, packaging, and shipping.

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The Versatile Nature of Brass

When I was younger I remember going to museums and using a contraption that you put a penny into and turned a crank. The crank would then get the internal gears moving, thus pulling my penny through an insert point and press an image into it. The result was a thinner coin with a picture on it instead of President Lincolns face. This process is known as stamping or pressing. Although my short experience with stamping was with a penny, other metals are used in the stamping process. One common... Read More

Decorating and Fake Gold

Gold has always been capable of consuming the hearts of men. Used even in ancient times this precious metal was popular with the Pharaohs of Egypt, Europeans studied alchemy in the hope of turning lead into gold and then there was the conquest of the Americas in the search for it But such a need and lust for gold made it very hard to get a hold of, if someone was able, they would instantly be wealthy, but it was not possible for everyone. One alternative that has been used... Read More

Metal Stamper: Down to the Details

My mom has always been a big fan of creating photo albums, and I have always been a fan with her. In fact, my sister's recent marriage means we get to create a wedding photo album for her and her husband, which require a number of pretty and artistic stamps to decorate the pages with. This type of stamper is the type that I am familiar with; one that involves pressing a cut out shape into ink and then seeing the image appear when you press it onto paper or... Read More

Brass Stampings: A Common Occurrence

One of the most common metals utilized in metal stamping methods is brass, which is an alloy of copper and zinc utilized because of its excellent thermal and electric conduction as well as its aesthetically pleasing characteristics. Transmission parts and electronic parts are two examples of very common products mass produced on a regular basis by way of brass stamping procedures. Other products include heater components, jewelry, musical instruments, valves, locks, gears, household fixtures, plumbing accessories and flare fittings. A number of metal stamping techniques may be employed to create... Read More

Talan Products Recognized at The 2013 Leading EDGE Awards

May 24, 2013 -  The 2013 Leading EDGE Awards were held yesterday at Lorain Community College in Elyria, Ohio, where Talan Products of Cleveland was recognized along with 101 other mid-sized Northeast Ohio companies. To qualify, companies must operate within the 17 counties of Northeast Ohio and report revenues up to $750 million (a portion of this must be outside the region). The award was developed by The Entrepreneurs EDGE as way to honor value-creating companies in the area. The companies in the elite group that received recognition were selected... Read More

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Brass Stampings

Brass stampings are formed during metal forming processes in which flat stock brass sheets or brass coils are precisely shaped in a stamping press. As one of the most common materials used in the metal stamping process, brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. Offering excellent thermo and electricity conduction, brass stampings are often formed as transmission parts and electronic instruments. Also, brass has a bright, gold-like appearance that makes it ideal for decorative applications.

Able to be formed into two-dimensional and three-dimensional parts, brass stampings are also utilized in applications such as heater components, jewelry, musical instruments, valves, locks, gears, household fixtures, plumbing accessories and flare fittings. Offering high malleability and exceptional acoustic properties, brass stampings are often beneficial for industries such as aerospace, commercial, automotive, electronics, HVAC, appliance, textile and wastewater. Relatively resistant to tarnishing, brass stampings can offer a wide range of properties as a result of different variations of zinc and copper that form varied and unique types of brass. Also, some brasses are referred to as bronzes, which are actually an alloy of copper and tin.

In brass stamping processes during press operation, the slide, or ram, maintains movement to and from a motionless table called a press bed. The die, a press tool consisting of a specially designed cavity, shapes metal parts from the inserted sheet metal. The upper component of the die connects to the press slide, and the lower component connects to the press bed. A die component called the punch performs the necessary shaping operation by pushing the sheet metal through the die. There are three main stamping processes in which brass stampings are formed: progressive stamping, deep drawn stamping and transfer press stamping. Progressive stamping is a brass forming process done with large, heavy duty presses that use several dies together on the same brass sheet. A die is a press tool for cutting or forming material in a stamping machine. Progressive die stamping combines the forming and cutting processes for efficiency and economy. In progressive die stamping, multiple dies stamp the sheet metal at the same time. This metal stamping process is used to form automotive components quickly. Transfer presses can also be used to form brass stampings. Transfer presses are a type of hydraulic press that work by feeding flat brass blanks automatically into the right end of the press. From there, feed bar fingers take the brass part and move it from die to die.

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Brass Stampings – G & M Mfg. Corp.
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