In-house secondary operations: The key to high-quality and cost-effective metal stamping
Resistance welding is a cost-effective and efficient method for joining various metals such as steel, aluminum, brass, and copper. This method creates solid and reliable welds, ensuring the durability and longevity of the final products. Also, it offers fast and precise welding, reduces production time and costs, and maintains product quality.
Our resistance welding techniques
- Spot welding
- Seam welding
Heat treating is a precise and complex process of cleaning, heating, and cooling in a controlled atmosphere to alter the material’s microstructure and optimize its physical and mechanical properties required for the final product to perform as specified.
Our heat treating techniques
Metal machining is a crucial process in metal stamping that involves carefully removing excess material from a workpiece to accomplish the desired shape and size according to the product’s specifications.
Our metal machining techniques
Metal surface finishing improves the surface texture and dimensional and shape accuracy, allowing us to accomplish very tight tolerances and deliver products manufactured to the exact specifications.
Our surface finishing techniques
- Vibratory deburring
- Degreasing and cleaning
Surface protection by applying the coating enhances the final product’s quality and performance. The surface coating increases the product’s resistance to mechanical, chemical, and atmospheric influences, prolonging its service life. Also, it makes the products more aesthetically appealing.
Our coating techniques
- Powder coating
- Wet painting