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Deep Drawn Metal Stampings - Natlmfg.com

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National Manufacturing Co., Inc. is a world class manufacturer of deep drawn metal stampings for aerospace, defense, battery, telecomm, industrial, commercial, consumer and medical industries. A custom-engineered deep drawn metal stamping can produce a one-piece seamless enclosure. In many cases, the deep drawing process provide cost effective alternatives to casting, extrusion and machining, while significantly reducing material wastage as deep drawing allows forming of parts to near net shapes.
We work with various materials like Cold rolled steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, Monel®, titanium, Hastelloy®, Kovar®, nickel, Inconel®, Mumetal®, tantalum and others for producing durable, high-quality deep drawn stampings.
Deep Drawn Stainless Steel
National Manufacturing Co., Inc., has been producing deep drawn stainless steel stampings for various applications in battery, fuel cell, aerospace, defense, medical electronic and industrial markets for decades. Common types of stainless steels that are used in deep drawing are 300 series, 400 series, and hardening stainless alloys such as 17-7 PH and 17-4 PH. Deep drawn stainless steel components offer a good combination of strength, durability, heat, wear and corrosion resistance.
With extensive experience and expertise spanning more than 70 years, National Manufacturing Co., Inc is the ideal partner for your deep drawn Stainless Steel stamping needs.
Deep Drawn Can
For more than 70 years, National Manufacturing Co., Inc.has been producing deep draw cans, boxes, and bottles, as well as irregular shaped products. Deep drawing requires tooling such as a punch, blank holder and die. A punch is forced against a material blank and the desired form is shaped by drawing the material through the die.
Deep drawn cans can be produced using a variety of materials including aluminum, stainless steel, aluminized steel, cold rolled steel, brass, bronze, nickel, and titanium.
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