What is Deep Draw Metal Stamping?
Deep Draw is a type of metal stamping. It requires different knowledge, skills, and equipment than traditional metal stamping, which focuses on bending or forming. With deep drawing, the material is radially drawn, or in layman’s terms, sucked into the die. Air cushions inside the die help the material to stretch evenly and prevent wrinkling, leaving a clean finish. It is important to note that only cylindrical items can be made through the deep draw process.
Benefits of Deep Draw
There are many benefits of Deep Draw Metal Stamping. Deep drawn materials are created in one piece, so there is no assembly required, and the parts produced have no seams.
- Seamless: Waterproof and airtight
- Complex and detailed designs
- Accurate and repeatable
- Very strong
- Tight tolerances
- Fast lead time
*GLPS can work with many other metals, and our technicians have the experience and knowledge have to work with these with the right lubricants and air pressure for a successful deep draw.
Why Choose GLPS for Your Deep Draw Needs?
GLPS is a true expert when it comes to Deep Draw Metal Stamping. We have a very knowledgeable staff with years of experience. We are highly efficient when it comes to deep draw – wasting less in both time and materials than our competitors. The majority of our products are proudly made in the U.S.A.*
*All of our manufacturing, assembly, and finishing is completed in the U.S.A from high-quality metals and other raw materials, the majority of which are also made in the U.S.A. From time to time we may source steel and other metals from Canada or other countries to offer our customers lower prices or where particular metals are not manufactured in the U.S.A. If having a product “all or virtually all” made in the U.S.A. is important to you, please let us know and if we can complete your order with entirely made in U.S.A. materials, we will be happy to do so. We can also provide certificates, showing the place of origin of the metal, if requested at the time your order is placed