Stamping Press Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of stamping press manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top stamping press manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any stamping press company can design, engineer, and manufacture stamping presses to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach stamping press companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of progressive stamping presses, shaping presses, and metal stamping presses.

  • Concord, ON 905-669-2253

    At our company, no press order is too large. We can create stamping presses with weights up to 10,000 pounds and more! We believe in offering sturdy, efficient designs that will provide our customers with just the right solution for the job. We will make sure all of our products meet our standards and yours so you can be happy. Visit our website or give us a call to learn more!

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  • Paterson, NJ 973-345-0660

    For over half a century, we have created quality stamping presses for many industries around the world. We make it our goal to remain one of the top suppliers for hydraulic press systems in the world. We have a factory with over 14,000 square feet so we can ensure we get our orders out on time. Find out more about our products and processes online today!

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  • Garfield Heights, OH 216-587-2885

    Our goal is to create high quality stamping presses that do the job right. We use our knowledge and experience to create efficient, energy-saving designs that will benefit the customer in every way possible. We make it our job to improve our designs each day so that our customers can maximize their profits and save time and energy. Find out more about how we can help you on our website today!

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  • De Pere, WI 920-347-1983

    Trinks is a leader in the hydraulic press and plastic processing industry and has over 80 years of experience developing solutions for the most challenging applications. We specialize in designing and engineering custom hydraulic presses for compression, transfer, and vacuum molding. All equipment is designed, manufactured, assembled, and tested in-house and can be delivered to any place in the world. We also provide various after-sale services such as training and maintenance.

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  • Malibu, CA 800-437-7377

    At Sutherland Presses, you will find a complete line of hydraulic presses, power presses and mechanical power presses, plus superior after sales service and support. Our world-class innovative press frame and drive designs will bring you success. You can call Team Sutherland ANY time for new press installation, preventative maintenance or urgent service issues.

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  • Piqua, OH 937-773-3420

    French®, founded in 1900, is an ISO-certified, family-owned U. S. company that designs, manufactures and supports process equipment for the molding, oilseed, pulping and synthetic rubber industries. Our hydraulic presses and other machines provide integrated solutions to improve productivity and lower overall production costs.

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Stamping Presses

Stamping presses are metalworking machine tools that are designed and produced specifically to work with different types of dies, such as progressive stamping dies to deform metal. As such, stamping presses, used to cut or shape solid and/or molten metal materials, can potentially meet the needs of any stamping or metal forming process. Processes like these include but are not limited to: blanking, piercing, die cutting (shearing), extruding and deep drawing. These processes are engaged to fabrication parts and products for a variety of industries, such as electronics, industrial manufacturing, building and construction, aerospace and automotives. Examples of applications for which their services are utilized include: the fabrication of various housings for electronic/electrical devices, the fabrication of machine components and parts made from sheet metal, the fabrication of various household safety features and fixtures, the manufacturing of different structural components and internal parts and hardware of aircrafts and the manufacturing of automotive parts like terminal lead frames, connectors and engine mounts.

The basic stamping press design consists of a press frame, a ram and a bolster plate. A ram, or a slide, is the reciprocating or moving part of the press upon which the upper die is mounted. A bolster plate, also known as a press bed, is a large, stationary block upon which the bottom part of a die, or the lower die, is clamped. Large stamping presses, which are frequently used for automotive applications, also have a die cushion attached to the bolster plate, which applies blank holder or counter draw forces. Die cushions are important when a single acting press performs deep drawing, the sheet metal forming process by which sheet metal is pulled, or drawn, into a forming die past the depth of its diameter via the mechanical action of a punch and is thus transformed. The ram, which is a solid piece of metal, is clamped to the to top portion of the stamping die, where it acts like the hammer of a hammer and anvil duo. In other words, the ram provides the stroke needed to cause the die to form parts out of the raw material being fed through it after it has been unrolled from a coil and sent through a straightener. Note that this raw material is most likely being fed via another stamping press component, an automatic feeder. Typically, automatic feeders are electronically linked to presses via a programmable logic controller. To keep an eye on this process, stamping presses may additionally be equipped with a tonnage monitor, which is a meter that observes the amount of force behind each stroke.

Stamping presses are classified in a few different ways, one of them being -acting presses. These include the aforementioned single acting presses, as well as double acting presses and, rarely, triple acting presses. Single acting presses are characterized by a single a ram, while double acting presses have a subdivided ram. The subdivided ram of a double acting press can manage multiple operations. For example, the first division of a ram may, in order to avoid wrinkles, manage blank holding, while the second may oversee the forming operation. Another way they are classified is by their power source. They may be sorted into two groups: mechanically driven presses and hydraulically driven presses. Mechanically driven presses have a few different options as to what type of mechanical drive they use to move the press’ ram, but mostly, they do so using eccentric drives. Hydraulically driven presses, on the other hand, exclusively perform this action using hydraulic cylinders. Mechanical stamping presses do offer the advantage of their ability to reach higher cycles in a shorter amount of time than hydraulic presses. However, hydraulic presses are still generally the preferred stamping press of the metalworking world. This is the case for a number of reasons, including most notably the fact that they allow for the constant application of press force during the stroke. Also, hydraulic stamping presses perform stamping processes with controlled force. Usually, tonnage delivered ranges between 20 and 10,000 tons; stroke lengths generally range between 10 mm and 800 mm. Hydraulic stamping presses may be outfitted with a variety of additional features, such as variable tonnage, overload protection, adjustable stroke and adjustable speed. Though they work well with a variety of processes, these stamping presses work exceptionally well with processes such as: low speed/high speed tonnage blanking, deep drawing, compound die action (like blanking combined with coining or forming) and, as opposed to displacement-type forming, force-type forming.

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