Deep draw stamping operations
Minifaber carries out unique and customized deep draw stamping operations, for the construction of any desired shape.
Deep draw stamping is one of the various metalworking processes implemented by Minifaber. Deep draw stamping is a sheet metal bending operation, which consists in deforming it to give it a concave final shape, usually a box, cylinder or cup shape.
To do this, you first need to make a mold: a "matrix" that gives the sheet the desired shape. Subsequently, the punch (the upper element that pushes the sheet inside the mold) exerts mechanical pressure on the sheet metal, through hydraulic presses, until it is forced inside the mold below.
The final result, free of creases and wrinkles thanks to the cold action of the hydraulic presses, will be a container with a more or less deep cavity, such as a pot or a can.
How we complete deep draw stamping at Minifaber
The deep draw stamping process begins with the design and construction of drawing molds, specific to the shape you want to make.
All the molds used by Minifaber for metalworking are fully made in-house. This is because such a choice entails a series of truly remarkable advantages:
- Excellent results in terms of precision and quality of the drawn piece.
- Time and production resource savings.
- Construct any particular customer request that can count on a personalized mold production service.
In fact, Minifaber has made customization its strong point and, thanks to the experience accumulated over years of attentive activity, is able to meet all customer requests, even the most complex, to create the desired finished product. Or, if the design requires it, Minifaber can also produce semi-finished products.
Deep draw stamping: Vorwerk has chosen Minifaber
Vorwerk, an international leader in the marketing of high quality household products, has chosen Minifaber's experience and technique.
In particular, Minifaber has created the deep draw molds for Vorwerk to build the stainless steel bowl for their multipurpose food processor.
A great testament to Minifaber's international expertise.