Generally, extrusion transformation is done from a first-length cutting operation made with a saw followed by other shaping using machining.
Matritech's expertise in tooling and stamping brings new ways to approach the manufacture of this type of part. In fact, time-consuming and costly cutting and machining operations can be replaced by a fast and equally precise and repeatable punching step.
Of course, the design of your components must be compatible with this manufacturing method. We suggest you discuss the feasibility of your project with our team. This exercise can even optimize your design to make stamping a must.
Benefits for you!
Our expertise in tooling and stamping provides:
- Superior design and form: the conventional machining process allows the removal of material only. In addition to cutting, stamping tools can form, stamp, bend, curve and even combine other subsequent operations. A simple discussion with our engineering department could propel your project to another level.
- Superior profitability: due to stamping's quick turnaround time compared to machining.
- Added value: The possibility of completing your extrusions with other Matritech processes such as welding, assembly, finishing, etc.