What to pay attention to in deep drawing
Reduced Material Waste: Deep drawing stamping uses a larger amount of base material than other metal forming processes for significantly reduced material waste.
Measurement is critical: not only is it important to ensure that die dimensions are accurate, it is equally essential to consider the material thickness and desired measurements. Incorrect measurements can result in thin walls and inaccurate dimensions.
Drafting and tapping: Due to the basic manufacturing process of deep drawing stamping, some drafting and tapping of the top of the component is unavoidable. This should be taken into account during the initial design phase.
Varied Material Thickness: Deep-drawn components will typically have different thicknesses with thinner walls and a thicker base. This can be mitigated by tooling after the drawing process is completed.