Considerations for Deep Drawn Stamping
When considering deep drawing to meet your manufacturing needs, you should pay attention to the following points:
Reduce material waste: compared to other metal forming processes, deep drawing uses more base materials, significantly reducing material waste.
Measurement is critical: it is not only important to ensure accurate mold dimensions, but also important to consider material thickness and required measurement values. Incorrect measurement will lead to thin walls and inaccurate dimensions.
Draft and Taper: Due to the basic manufacturing process of deep drawing, some drafts and tapers at the top of the part are unavoidable. This should be considered at the initial design stage.
Different material thicknesses: Deep drawing parts usually have different thicknesses, with thinner walls and thicker bases. This can be mitigated by tools after the wire drawing process is completed.