Precision Metal Stamping Services

Metal Stamping Services

A.J. Rose’s has an extensive range of metal stamping services including automatic sensing, quick die-change stamping methods include progressive die and transfer stamping. We also provide forming, spinning, tapping, spot welding, and other services.

Over-molding is outsourced and new products can be more cost-effectively designed and created from a metal casting or powder metal. Our team can form and stamp parts that provide powder metal and fine blank geometries. The presses are rated from 150 to 1,200 tons with press speeds of 10 to 85 strokes/min. The press bed length is up to 168 inches with part thicknesses of .025 to .75 in. The maximum lifting capacity is 20 tons.

A.J. Rose can stamp hot- or cold-rolled steel, HLSA, aluminum, stainless steel, Inconel, Kovar or ZAM. In addition, stamping can be coated, counter-sunk, embossed, flat, heat-treated, and can include many other features.

Lead time on the tooling is about 18 weeks and 2 to 4 weeks on the parts. A.J. Rose does medium to high-volume runs for the automotive, energy, medical, commercial, industrial, defense and solar industries. Catia, auto-cad, Pro-E, Unigraphics and SDRC formats are all acceptable. ISO/TS 16949 registered and compliant to ISO 14001. For more information, please see below.

Our presses are rated from 150 to 1,200 tons with press speeds of 10 to 85 strokes/min. The press bed length is up to 168 inches with part thicknesses of .025 to .75 in.

Metal Stamping Capabilities

Production Method Progressive Die Presses
Transfer Presses
Forming
Spinning
Tapping
Spot Welding
MIG Welding
Deep Draw
Coining
Compound Dies
Underground Scrap
Fully Sheared stamp edge
Robotics
Equipment Features Automatic Sensing
Quick Die Change System
Press Rating 150 to 1200 tons
Press Speed 10 to 85 stoke/min
Press Bed Length Up to 168 in
Part Thickness .025 to .75 in
Maximum Lifting Capacity 20 ton
Tolerance (+/-) .0004 in (out of the press)
Materials Hot Roll Steel
Cold Rolled Steel
HSLA
Aluminum
Stainless Steel
Inconel
Kovar
ZAM
Stamping Features Coated
Countersunk
Embossed
Flat
Heat Treated
Numbering
Shape Critical
Strain Relief
Surface Critical
Tapped
Threaded
Additional Services Provided Automated Assembly
Drilling
Tapping
Spinning
Riveting
Spot Welding
Machining
Grinding
Reaming
Broaching
Milling
Turning
Tumbling
Washing
Heat Treating
Production Volume Medium to High Volume
Typical Lead Time 18 weeks (tooling)
2 to 4 weeks (parts)
Industry Focus Automotive
Energy
Medical
Commercial
Industrial
Defense
Solar
Intended Application Transmission
Power Train
Automotive
A/C Clutch
Torque Converter
Sensor Rings
Air Bag Pressure Vessel
Airbag Inflator Components
Industry Standards ISO/TS 16949 Registered
ISO 14001 Certified
CAD File Formats Catia
AutoCAD
Pro-E
Unigraphics
SDRC

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