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Stamping at Mcafee

At McAfee, we have an in-house tool and die shop that supports our Stamping Department. Our in-house shop hosts a complete tool room that offers immediate support for our customers. With all the resources available at McAfee, we can not only design, manufacture and test the tool and die, we can run stamping production production as well–including subsequent assembly operations. All of this is done under one roof!

McAfee Stamping Capabilities

Our Stamping Production Department is capable of handling both short-run and large-quantity production runs. The ability to do small and large quantity production allows us to better service our customers. Our Statistical Process Control (SPC) trained operators and inspectors have the knowledge and skills to implement the required quality control measures.

In addition to our stamping capabilities, we offer secondary assembly operations. We can perform additional assembly steps after stamping to complete the final product. We also can assist with the Production Part Approval Process (PPAPs) when needed. Click Here for our Equipment List and reach out today for a Stamping quote! Request a Quote

Coil and Press Capacity

We offer production stamping from 32 to 300 tons, allowing us to handle projects of different sizes and complexities.

  • Coil feed capacity is up to .188” thick by 24” wide.
  • Coil size capacity has an outside diameter (O.D.) of up to 72” and a minimum inside diameter (I.D.) as small as 20”.
  • The maximum weight of the coil can be up to 10,000 pounds.
  • Our Press capacity can handle parts with dimensions up to 36” in width and 106” in length with a shut height of 21 ½”.

Information on Stamping

Stamping is a process involving a metal sheet that’s pressed into a desired shape using a die and press machine. A die is a specialized tool used to shape the metal sheet. It is typically made of hardened steel and matches the desired shape of the final product. The metal sheet in the press machine consists of a stationary bed and a moving ram or slide. Feed lines are equipment that pushes the metal sheets into the stamping presses.

The press machine applies force to the metal sheet using the die, which shapes the sheet into the design. Once the stamping process is complete, the finished part moves from the press machine. It may undergo additional functions, such as trimming, deburring, or surface treatment to achieve the desired final appearance.

Stamping produces metal components with consistency and efficiency. This process allows for parts with complex shapes and tight tolerances. Contact us today to see how our expertise in stamping can benefit your projects.