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Metal deep drawing is a metal forming process that involves the use of a punch and die to form a sheet of metal into a desired shape. The process is used to create complex shapes and can be used with a variety of metals, including aluminum, steel, and copper. The process involves placing a sheet of metal over a die and using a punch to push the metal into the die. The metal is then drawn into the die, creating the desired shape. The process can be repeated multiple times to create more complex shapes.

Metal deep drawing is commonly used in the manufacturing of automotive parts, household appliances, and industrial equipment. The process is preferred over other metal forming processes because it can create complex shapes with minimal material waste. You might have some questions during our machining processing as follows.

What is metal deep drawing?

Metal deep drawing is a metal forming process in which a sheet metal blank is drawn into a forming die by means of a punch. The punch forces the sheet metal to flow into the die cavity, causing it to take on the shape of the die. The process is called “deep drawing” because the depth of the formed part is greater than its diameter. This process is commonly used to produce complex, symmetrical parts such as cups, cans, and other cylindrical or conical shapes.

What about deep drawing dies development delivery time?

It depends on how complex metal products are. Stamping dies such as deep drawing dies according to different products, much more complicated products will take longer time for example approx.. 45 days.

What metals can be deep drawn?




Stainless steel

Mild steel


Nickel alloys




What are metal deep drawn process?

We might need to go through blanking process, deep drawing process, cutting process, punching process, welding process as well as polishing to remove all sharp angles or corners, all burrs to complete a high level deep drawn products. Overall, metal deep drawing processing is a versatile and cost-effective manufacturing process that can produce high-quality metal parts with complex shapes and designs.

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