Our Die Design Capabilities
- Design single-hit and progressive dies
- Design customized fixtures and gauges for in-house processes
- Provide comprehensive assistance from estimation to production
- Design customized tooling for prototypes
- Evaluate production operations and identify methods to improve functionality
- ISO 9001:2015 certified facility
- Perform detailed manufacturability analysis
- Reverse engineering services with Faro Arm technology to precisely measure and 3D software to simulate production
Die Design Commitment
Designing is a highly technical process that requires patience and attention to detail. It is our hands-on manufacturing knowledge and emphasis on innovation that sets our design team above the others. A die is a valued investment and our goal is to design a robust die that consistently produces high-quality parts.
Meeting Design Challenges
The tabs on this lock washer were not forming correctly leading to production delays. Prototyping established a feasible manufacturing process that could metal stamp this part and its tabs to the design print.Read more
Streamlining Production and Improving Quality
This metal part was having quality issues and its production costs were increasing. A new locking feature corrected the quality issues and building a more efficient progressive stamping die reduced costs.Read more
Forming a Metal Part With the 800-Ton Press
This ramp is manufactured on a progressive die that includes only ONE forming station to complete that stage of production. A detailed finishing process includes deburring and polishing.
Providing Innovative Tooling Dies
This project focused on improving the performance and quality of the cutting operation located in this production tooling. This also included an effort to increase accessibility of this cutting component.
Precision Metal Fabrication Components
Established a metal bending and metal cutting process to produce components for a fan assembly requiring a precision fit to operate as designed.
Robotic Welding a Stamped Metal Part
Improvements were needed to the welding process to maintain a high-quality and functional metal part. And a more efficient method needed to be implemented to reach acceptable cost levels.
Prototyping to Production
A successful transition from a two-piece welded assembly to one-piece aluminum frame with 21 hardware insertions required the manufacturing expertise of our Die Designers and Toolmakers.