Our 13 precision metal stamping machines – 45 to 800 tons – utilize an advanced press control system integrated with in-die sensor technology to efficiently produce a wide variety of parts for low to high-volume projects.
Our stamping scope is wide-reaching for multiple industries from producing a 5mm part utilized in industrial controls to a 31-inch part applied to fitness equipment.
- Technology driven production schedule ensures on-time delivery of parts.
- In-house tool room builds progressive dies incorporating secondary operations.
- Servo press technology stamps parts faster and with more precision.
- In-house die maintenance performs repairs and modifies dies within set deadlines.
- Upfront engineering assistance manufactures out costs with design and process modifications.
- Computerized and manual quality audits are performed on the stamping floor and in the quality lab.
- Part completion performed in-house with sub-assembly services, finish and line ready packaging.
Our stamping services
- Deep drawing
This area utilizes manual and automated processes to maintain the quality and cost goals of parts during assembly, inspection and packaging. Computerized workstations provide detailed instructions for parts including production rates to ensure customer requirements are met. This technology also ensures the machine settings are correct for a specific job and confirms the technician is assigned the proper instructions.
A variety of machines perform welding, inserting, tapping, drilling and washing operations. And with four robotic welders we can guarantee increased production output and improved weld quality and precision.
Ultra as a one-shop supplier will offer these benefits:
- Reduced times to part completion
- Design out costs & improve quality
- Dedicated Customer Service Team
Delivering Repeatability & Cost-Savings Case Study
Ultra conducted an in-depth analysis of the customer’s current manufacturing process for the shaft piece. It was being produced as a sintered metal piece to attain the shaft’s form. This was time consuming and expensive.Read more
Delivering Production and Cosmetic Standards Case Study
The sheer size to stamp this part was causing production issues at the customer’s own manufacturing facility.
An unacceptable amount of resources were allocated to produce this side table at the required quantities.
Serious concerns that an outside supplier would be unable to meet their strict cosmetic standards was…