Progressive stamping refers to the metalworking method that can include punching, coining and bending to form specific shapes and functions. A strip of metal is fed through a press with multiple stations; each station performs a specific function as the metal passes through, with the final station being where the finished part is separated from the metal strip.
We have over 100 years of engineering experience within our progressive stamping capabilities and have primarily served the automotive and consumer industries.
Presses ranging from 15 to 330 tons
Raw Materials: Stainless Steel (304, 305, 316, 430 & 434), Aluminum (3003, 5052, 6061), Cold Rolled Steel (1008, 1010), High Carbon Steel (1035), Nickel and Pre-plated Steel, Galvannealed Steel, Brass (80-20, 80-15, 70-30), Copper, HSLA.
Raw Material Thickness: 0.008" to 0.250"
Tooling is designed in house by our skilled engineers, and once a tool is created, Jagemann Stamping maintains it for its life, which translates to cost-savings for the customer.
Additionally, heat-treating and surface treatments are all included in the process, meaning our customers don't need to hassle with additional services.
If you have a stamping project in mind, we'll show you how our integrated approach will work for you.