sheet metal stamping

Custom Sheet Metal Stamping Services

We are crafting precision with Shengen’s Sheet Metal Stamping Services. From concise runs to mass production, we deliver quality in every piece, subject to availability.

Stamping Process

Experience the transformative power of Shengen’s Stamping Process. With tools, dies, and sheer precision, we form metal sheets into customized shapes and intricate designs. Our process caters to a myriad of techniques, from blanking to progressive die stamping, adapting to the complexity of your needs. No matter the industry – automotive, medical, or lighting, we deliver exceptional results.

Whether you seek small electrical components or extensive car panels, our stamping process is the pathway to your manufacturing success. With a keen focus on quality and tolerance, our services can create parts in volumes exceeding one million. Unleash the potential of precision metal stamping with Shengen – start a free quote today!

Rapid Prototyping

Advantages of Sheet Metal Stamping

Enjoy precision, speed, and cost-effectiveness with Shengen’s Sheet Metal Stamping. Ideal for high-volume production, our process ensures uniformity, durability, and design versatility for your projects.

Disadvantages of Sheet Metal Stamping

Though efficient, sheet metal stamping may involve high tooling costs, limiting design changes, and potentially causing surface damage or deformation in detailed or complex parts.

Sheet Metal Stamping Materials

Materials for Sheet Metal Fabrication

Unlock the potential of your designs with our diverse material selection for sheet metal stamping:


Steel: Select from CRS steel options like 1008, 1010, or 1018 for robust cold-forming capabilities.
Stainless Steel: Choose from 301, 304, and 316/316L for varying tensile strength and temperature-resilient corrosion resistance.
Copper: Opt for C110 for excellent electrical conductivity combined with easy formability.
Brass: Consider brass 230 (85/15) or 260 (70/30) for their unique blend of formability and resistance against corrosion.

Shengen's Types of Stamping

At Shengen, we provide a comprehensive range of stamping methods to cater to your precise manufacturing needs. Our team of experts will carefully analyze your 3D model and technical drawings to match your project with the most suitable stamping technique.

Sheet Metal Stamping Production Volumes at Shengen

At Shengen, we offer versatile options for producing low-volume sheet metal stamping parts, catering to orders of up to 100,000 units. For our esteemed customer Jack Garcia and others, low-volume production is a perfect solution to bridge the gap between product prototypes and mass manufacturing. It allows clients to assess the market response and ensure cost-effectiveness. Our specialized team provides the highest quality, even for smaller volumes, making customizations readily available.

Shengen proudly provides medium-volume production for sheet metal stamping, accommodating orders ranging from 100,000 to 1 million units. This option combines the benefits of low-volume orders with a lower price per part, offering an ideal balance for clients seeking cost efficiency and flexibility. With reduced up-front tooling costs, medium-volume production is tailored to meet the demands of clients like Jack Garcia, who values long-term partnerships and cost-effective solutions.

For those seeking large-scale production, Shengen offers high-volume production, catering to orders exceeding 1 million parts. With our state-of-the-art equipment and years of expertise, metal stamping becomes a highly cost-effective manufacturing process for high volumes. Our commitment to delivering top-quality products remains unwavering, while our proficiency in creating custom tooling drives down per-unit costs, providing unmatched value for our customers, including Jack Garcia and his company.

At Shengen, we excel in delivering long-run stamping solutions that encompass variable factors, offering unparalleled flexibility over time. Our dedicated production team tunes and optimizes the manufacturing line, ensuring consistent quality and low per-unit costs. Despite the added investment in process adjustments and testing, long-run stamping proves highly beneficial for clients like Jack Garcia, who values reliability and incredible throughput rates of up to hundreds of parts per minute.

Finishing Options for Sheet Metal Stamping

Choose from a variety of finishing options for your Sheet Metal Stamping project, including powder coating, anodizing, and Electroplating.

Name Description Materials Color Texture
Anodizing Anodizing improves corrosion resistance, enhancing wear resistance and hardness, and protecting the metal surface. Widely used in mechanical parts, aircraft, and automobile parts, precision instruments, etc. Aluminum Clear, black, grey, red, blue, gold. Smooth, matte finish.
Bead Blasting Bead blasting results in parts with a smooth surface with a matte texture. Used mainly for visual applications and can be followed by other surface treatments. ABS, Aluminum, Brass, Stainless Steel, Steel n/a Matte
Powder Coating Powder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. Unlike conventional liquid paint which is delivered via an evaporating solvent, powder coating is typically applied electrostatically and then cured under heat or with ultraviolet light. Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Steel Black, any RAL code or Pantone number Gloss or semi-gloss
Electroplating Electroplating can be functional, decorative or corrosion-related. Many industries use the process, including the automotive sector, in which chrome-plating of steel automobile parts is common. Aluminum, steel, stainless steel n/a Smooth, glossy finish

The Process Flow & Duration Estimation

Please note that the final cost depends on the customized service you require, the specifications of the raw materials used, the relevant national laws, and the distance of transportation. Take the example of booking a tall container of products:

Step 1: Drawing Design (within 1 day)

Designers use CAD to quickly as well as accurately modify designs to meet the desired specifications, ensuring that the final product meets the required specifications quickly and accurately.

Step 2: Product Proofing (1-2 days)

Product proofing is an essential part of the manufacturing process that can help businesses ensure the quality and consistency of their products while minimizing risks and costs associated with defects or errors in production.

Step 3: Bulk Manufacturing (1-3 days)

Once the specifications and quality of the product are confirmed to be in order, it is ready for mass production.

Step 4: Shipping (3-5 days)

Once the products arrive at their destination, you will receive an alert. You can plan how to collect your shipped goods.

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The FAQs About Sheet Metal Stamping

A variety of metals can be used, including steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and stainless steel, depending on the specific application requirements.

Unlike processes like welding or machining, Sheet Metal Stamping relies on forming and shaping metal sheets through compression and deformation.

Sheet Metal Stamping is used to produce a wide range of components, including automotive body parts, electronic enclosures, brackets, hinges, and household appliances.

Important factors include material selection, die design, tooling precision, lubrication, and proper machine settings.

Yes, Sheet Metal Stamping can be tailored to produce customized designs and intricate shapes based on the specific requirements of the project.

Yes, Sheet Metal Stamping is well-suited for high-volume production due to its efficiency, repeatability, and relatively low per-unit cost.

Quality control measures include regular inspections, dimensional checks, and material testing to ensure consistent product quality.

Sheet Metal Stamping offers material efficiency, faster production times, reduced labor costs, and the potential for automation, leading to overall cost savings.

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