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High Quality Stamped Parts

At Aerostar Manufacturing, we offer cost-efficient solutions for diverse stamped parts. Our advanced presses handle up to 200T, meeting rigorous quality standards. Plating options include Silver, Tin, and Nickel.

Stamping Process

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Design & Planning

Before any stamping occurs, engineers and designers work together to create detailed blueprints and plans for the part to be manufactured.

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Material Selection

The appropriate metal or alloy is chosen based on the part’s intended use, strength requirements, and other factors.

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Die Design and Fabrication

Custom dies are designed and fabricated to shape the metal. These are usually made from hard materials like tungsten or hardened steel.

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The initial sheet of metal is cut into smaller “blanks” that are easier to work with.

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Holes and other features are created in the metal blanks using the fabricated dies.

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The metal is bent, folded, or otherwise formed into its final shape using various forming techniques.

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For more complex shapes, the metal may be “drawn” through a series of dies to achieve the desired form.

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Excess material is removed, and edges are smoothed.

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Secondary Operations

Additional processes like welding, plating, or coating may be applied to enhance the part’s properties.

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Quality Control and Inspection

The final parts are inspected for quality, ensuring they meet all specifications and tolerances.

Industries & Applications

Automotive Industry:

For making various car components like frames, brackets, and other structural parts.

Aerospace Industry:

Used in the manufacturing of aircraft components, including structural elements and engine parts.

Electronics Industry:

For creating connectors, switches, and other small but essential components.

Railway Industry:

In the production of train components and track elements.

Construction Industry:

For making structural elements like beams, brackets, and fasteners.


For manufacturing components like racks, enclosures, and connectors.

Energy Sector:

For manufacturing components used in power generation and distribution.

Military and Defense:

In the production of various military hardware, including vehicle components and weaponry.

Agricultural Equipment:

Used in the making of tractors, plows, and other farming machinery.

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