Precision metal stamping allows highly precise parts to be produced quickly and cost-effectively.
We start with a custom design for your project, accounting for even the smallest features and tightest tolerances, and build stamping dies on-site. Flat sheet metal is fed into these dies, where it is cut into your metal stampings. Depending on the design, the final shape may be achieved through a single process or through a series of operations.
Why Choose Lyons for Your Precision Metal Stampings?
When you come to Lyons, you’re coming to an expert. We’ve specialized in precision metal stamping for more than 50 years, and our skilled design engineers and die technicians rank among the best in the country. We know that the success of a product often depends on the quality of its metal stampings, and we strive to provide the power, flexibility, quality, and reliability you need for your manufacturing requirements. Our state-of-the-art technology and progressive process ensure that your precision metal stampings will be done right every time, with accuracy and consistent quality in even the largest orders.
- Difficult, Complex & Custom Stampings
- Close Tolerance
- Intricate, Small & Miniature
- Thicknesses of Less Than .001″ to .250″
- High Volume
- Low Volume
- Long Run
- Short Run
- Rapid Prototyping
- Cost-Competitive Solutions
- Cold Rolled Steel
- High Temp Alloys
- Magnetic Alloy
- Spring Steel
- Stainless Steel
- Tool Steel
Are You Looking For Cost Reductions On Your Metal Stampings?
Lyons will review your current process and determine if there are any potential cost reduction opportunities. We pride ourselves on our ability to work within your budget and provide cost-competitive solutions.
Industries We Serve
- Electric Vehicles
- Fuel Cells
- Medical Components
- Medical Devices
- Military & Defense
- Nuclear Power
- Recreational Vehicles
- Solar Power
Precision Metal Stampings Terms To Know
- Blanking: A “blank” is punched out of a metal sheet during the blanking process, often the first step of the metal stamping process. The removed blank is the workpiece and will undergo further cutting, pressing, or forming.
- Coining: Extreme pressure is applied to a part to shape it, reduce its thickness, and/or strengthen it. This process is used produce coins and other precision parts with fine features and detailed imprints.
- Drawing: The metal stock is pulled, stretched, and compressed into a die’s cavity to form the desired shape and thickness, producing a 3-dimensional part.
- Forming: This term encompasses all processes that form a flat sheet of metal into a 3-dimensional part. Forming operations include beading, bending, coining, embossing, ironing, piercing, and rolling.
- Notching: A blank or part is punched to remove an edge or corner; the removed notch may be of any shape. Notching may be used at the end of a metal tube to provide a closer fit when it is joined to another.
- Piercing The metal stock or formed part is punched to create slots, holes, or other openings. This process is similar to blanking, except in piercing the removed part is scrap.
- Progressive Die Metal Stamping: Typically used for high-volume runs, this process incorporates multiple stations at a single die. Each station performs an operation (e.g., bending, cutting, drawing, piercing, punching, etc.); together, they result in a completed part.