Short-run Metal Stamping
As a leader in prototype and short run stamping services, at Prototype Stamping we are equipped to accommodate the requirements of customers across a broad range of industries. Unlike many of our competitors who are not equipped to handle short run and prototype production economically, our operation is geared for stamping prototypes and smaller quantity runs. Because of this we can offer the services that will get your project produced in the most efficient and cost effective manner possible.
We understand that not every customer has an engineering department at their disposal; to fill this void, we offer a complete development solution. From your physical example, we can reverse engineer and create detailed CAD files to derive high-quality tooling. Our design team can even work from your sketch or concept to create a fully developed design that is ready for production. The diversity of our capabilities go well beyond our front end services; our manufacturing facility can create parts as small as 0.5” up to 4’ in diameter. From deep draw stamping to coining and a variety of other stamping processes, our wide array of equipment and capabilities can provide the most economical manufacturing solution available.
These capabilities do not end with stamping alone; as a single source solution we can also provide a number of other processes to complete your project. Laser-cutting, deburring, waterjet cutting, welding, passivation, plating, and painting can be provided in-house or through our network of trusted vendors to complete every aspect of your product’s requirements.
These services combine to create a whole solution for stamped products; the extent of our capabilities also means that we have complete control over production. This means we can be responsive to change and accommodate a broader range of requirements.
To learn more about all of our capabilities, contact us directly.
Custom-made components from your files
Drawn and formed parts
Qualification Test Parts
Trade Show Samples
TDMAW (Tool, Die and Machining association of Wisconsin)
For complex geometric shapes, squeezes the metal between two dies
Allows flat sheet metal to be turned into 3-D shapes
Medium-To-Large Part Size
Press Rating Up to 350 tons
Grit blasting and surface texturing
CMM part inspection
Specialty Production Shop