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Short-Run Metal Stampings

19 Verified Suppliers
FEATURED SUPPLIERS
Service Stampings Illinois, Inc.  
Roselle, IL
High Quality Precision & Custom Stamping Services
 
PREFERRED SUPPLIERS
El Monte, CA
AS9100 Certified
 
Fort Smith, AR
Metal stampings
 
Sussex, WI
Short-run metal stampings, tooling, stamped, laser cut, formed & machined assemblies, washers & prototypes & stamping dies for low-run production of metal parts
 
Oregon, WI
Metal stampings, metal fabrication, assemblies & contract manufacturing
 
Germantown, WI
Progressive & compound stamping, wire forms & guards, reed valves, shallow draws, CNC turning & milling, Swiss CNC machining, thread rolling, laser cutting, metal fabrication, welding, tubular components, rolled spacers, bushings & compression limiters
 
Grapevine, TX
Power presses up to 400 tons & 4000 watt laser with FMS
 
OTHER SUPPLIERS
Des Plaines, IL
 
Maple Heights, OH
 
Marengo, IL
 
Wauconda, IL
 
Santa Ana, CA
 
Mentor, OH
 
Orange, CA
 
Green Lane, PA
 
Petersburg, VA
 
Cleveland, OH
 
Menomonee Falls, WI
 
Gilbert, AZ
 
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The United States metal stamping industry comprises manufacturers that turn sheets of flat metal into a specific shape. The process can involve piercing, blanking, bending and other actions. Metal stamping tends to offer quick turnaround times, high quality for durability and a low cost compared with other steel manufacturing techniques. Predictions for the future of the metal stamping industry vary, but they're all positive. Some analysts now predict it will reach about $121 billion by 2026, driven in part by the automotive sub-segment. ...(Full Article)
During the past two decades, local sourcing has been eschewed in favor of outsourcing to find the lowest possible prices for manufacturing, processing and production. In that time, however, that practice has experienced changes brought about by the implementation of tariffs on China, one of the United States's largest trading partners. ...(Full Article)
Historically, metal stamping was done by blacksmiths using only a hammer, but newer technologies have literally reshaped the industry. Stamping is essential in a number of fields, such as aerospace, agriculture, automotive, construction, and medical applications. Using advanced methods, flat sheet metal can be shaped in a stamping press using a tool and die surface. Metal stamping in the United States is responsible for more exports than U.S. manufacturing as a whole. Based on data collected by IndustryNet, 40 percent of metal stamping companies distribute their product internationally, while only 29 percent of all U.S. manufacturers distribute their product internationally. There are 1,245 metal stamping manufacturing plants in the United States, mainly situated in the Midwest. The ...(Full Article)
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