Why deep-drawn manufacturing will give you a competitive edge
Deep-drawing offers a number of significant manufacturing advantages compared to other processes such as turning.
Deep drawing is one of the most common methods in sheet metal forming and is highly valuable for large quantities or long run production orders. The process can be applied to a variety of industries and is associated with lower cost raw materials than other traditional methods. By using deep-drawing you are guaranteed to have products produced with exceptional detail and accuracy.
Deep drawing uses less material in the manufacturing process, therefore it reduces the cost but also waste. Other processes such as turning have a very significant waste material cost.
Deep drawing is suitable for a wide variety of materials including; stainless steel, aluminium, galfan, nickel-silver and brass, giving customers a wide variety of choice of material to suit their components needs.
The deep drawn process can also undertake seamless complex designs and piercings without the need for expensive secondary operations such as piercing, again keeping manufacturing costs down.
As a precision engineering company, we thrive in creating accurate and precise parts and products; with deep drawing we can achieve this. Deep drawn products can achieve exacting and precise standards, which is accurately reproduced part after part. Batch to batch repeatability also ensures a high level of consistent quality with deep-drawn components over high volumes. Thus, reducing the danger of potential quality loss.
There are many advantages that deep-drawing has to offer, and at HT industrial we have the capabilities to produce seamless products. Our deep-drawing products are produced with a high degree of accuracy and precision. For industries that require highly specific and precise parts that can be made in diverse materials within a fast cycle time, than deep drawing is for you.