Our Metal Brass Shrapnel parts are made from top-quality materials such as carbon steel, stainless steel, bronze, and copper alloy, ensuring exceptional precision and durability. They come in several sizes with tolerances ranging from 0.02mm to 0.1mm, and they are customized to your exact needs with precision. With careful surface treatments like zinc, nickel, or chrome plating, galvanization, anodizing, and polishing, these shrapnel pieces have an attractive finish and strong defense against rust and wear. Our shrapnel components achieve peak performance in industrial, automotive, and household settings through the use of advanced metalworking methods like stamping, welding, and machining. Certified under ISO9001, our products ensure outstanding quality. We accept drawings in different formats and offer customized options, setting industry standards for your products’ precision and performance.
Materials: carbon steel, stainless steel, spring steel, bronze, bronze, copper alloy, aluminum alloy, tin, nickel silver, etc
Size: as per customers’ requirement
Surface Treatment: zinc / nickel / chrome / tin plating (color or natural), Galvanization, anodizing, oil spray, powder coating, polishing, passivate, brush, wire drawing, painting, etc.
Metal Processing: tool making, prototyping, cutting, stamping, welding, tapping, bending and shaping, machining, surface treatment, assembly
Services: according to your drawing (PDF, CAD or 3D)
Application: industrial, furniture, automobile, motorcycle, household electrical appliances, computer, etc
Transport Package: as per your requests
Sample Time: 7-12 Days
Lead Time: 15-25 Days
Payment Term: T/T, L/C 30% deposits, before the ship to pay the balance end. Freight are quote under your request
Packages Term: plastic bag, carton and pallet
Delivery Term: by sea/express
Advanced Metal Stamping Process
Advanced metal stamping uses techniques such as punching, coining, and bending to transform raw metal materials using specialized dies and automatic feeding systems.
The system pushes metal stamping from a coil, guiding it through various stages of the advanced metal stamping die.
At every stage of the process, metal stamping goes through various operations, gradually forming the end product.
The metal stamping die is placed above the stamping press, working in sync as it moves up and down. As the press comes down, the die closes, finishing the stamping process.
Precise strip positioning and pilot placement between stations are crucial. Pilots with conical or bullet shapes help with precise alignment, preventing mistakes during transitions.
The metal stamping parts are cut off and evaluated for quality after each press stroke. The final products are then shipped out to serve their intended purpose.