PROCESS & CAPABILITY
PRECISION PROGRESSIVE COLD FORGED STAMPING
Process & Capability
Cold Forged Stamping
Precision Cold Forged Progressive Stamping is a unique manufacturing process, combining the benefits of conventional precision metal stamping with standard cold forging. This technology can effectively integrate many sub-processes such as blanking, drawing, forming, piercing, bending, ironing, upsetting, extrusion and trimming to streamline the creation of complex parts within a single unified design and production approach.
This provides our customers with excellent alternatives to machining, die casting, fine blanking and metal injection molding (MIM) and can reduce lead-times, improve production output and lower costs.
Key objectives of precision progressive cold forged stamping include:
- Replace conventional manufacturing methods by minimizing or eliminating machining, welding, assembly
- Enable stable and consistent process for creation of complex 3D parts
- Provide parts that are more rigid with close tolerances, sharper corner edges and better surface flatness
- Reduce manufacturing lead-time and improve production efficiency
Since 1997, Interplex has been the industry pioneer and leading innovator in the use of precision progressive cold forged stamping for cost-effectively creating complex precision parts for a wide range of industries including automotive, telecom, mobile devices, enterprise network servers, printing & imaging, and many others.