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Metal Stamping Services

Norck: Precision Metal Stamping Solutions for Your Production Needs

Norck delivers expert metal stamping services, empowering manufacturers across automotive, electronics, consumer goods, industrial, and other sectors to produce complex components with speed, repeatability, and cost-effectiveness.

Capabilities for Metal Stamping Excellence:

  • High-Tonnage Stamping Presses: Accommodating a wide range of sheet metal thicknesses, material types, and part sizes.
  • Progressive & Compound Dies: Precision tooling designed for complex geometries, multiple operations per stroke, and optimal material utilization.
  • Diverse Metal Handling: Stamping steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and other alloys based on your application requirements.
  • Secondary Operations & Finishing: Deburring, bending, tapping, plating, painting, and assembly services to deliver complete components.

Norck's Engineering Edge: It's About Performance and Precision

  • Design for Manufacturability (DFM): Early collaboration to optimize your part design for efficient stamping, reducing costs and minimizing scrap.
  • Material Expertise: Guidance on selecting the optimal sheet metal for formability, strength, corrosion resistance, and cost targets.
  • Process Optimization & Simulation: Fine-tuning stamping parameters and tool design using FEA modeling for intricate forms and tight tolerances.
  • Rigorous Quality Assurance: Dimensional inspection, material verification, and in-process monitoring to ensure consistent quality across production runs.

Why Choose Norck for Metal Stamping?

  • High-Volume Efficiency, Consistent Quality: Ideal for producing large quantities of identical parts with exceptional repeatability and cost advantages.
  • Complex Geometries & Tight Tolerances Achieve intricate features, bends, holes, and forms through precise tooling and process control.
  • Rapid Production Scaling: From rapid prototyping with transfer dies to high-volume progressive die stamping, ensuring a seamless transition as your needs grow.
  • Streamlined Metal Solutions: Integrate stamping with other fabrication processes, coil handling, and finishing for a complete solution under one roof.
  • Your Stamping Partner: We work with you to optimize your project for long-term success.

What is metal stamping?

It is a process that forms a sheet of metal using a punch and a die. The initial part can be a sheet metal coil or a blank previously cut into a custom shape. See laser and waterjet cutting. Stamping can cut or form sheet metal. It can perform several cuts and bends in a few seconds.

Stamping is widely used in progressive die stamping, a fully automated manufacturing line that transforms sheet metal coils into functional mechanical parts such as enclosures and car bodies. This process is used in automotive manufacturing to fabricate mass-volume car body parts.

On Demand Sheet Metal Fabrication, Sheet Metal Assembly and Custom Stamping

Where is it used?

Sheet metal components are used in:

   •  Aircraft's bodies
   •  Car's bodies
   •  Consumer electronics
   •  Biomedical
   •  Enclosures
   •  Beverage cans

How is it fabricated?

Generally, sheet metal operations are performed as cold. Norck supplies sheet metal cutting and forming processes such as:

1. Blanking / Punching: Cutting a workpiece from a sheet metal coil using a press (DIE).

The desired result is the difference between blanking and punching (workpiece/scrap).

2. Forming : It comprises multiple operations such as blanking, punching, and bending to form a simple or complex shape of sheet metal components. The sheet metal is transformed between a punch and a DIE with male and female shapes of the final workpiece.

3. Deep drawing : A blank is held between a die and a blank holder, and then it is formed using a punch. The shapes obtained are generally curved parts.

Stamping is typically fabricated using specialized equipment such as stamping or punch press machines. The process can involve several steps, depending on the part's complexity.

  •   Sheet metal cutting: The first step is to cut the sheet metal to the correct size and shape. It uses various methods such as shearing, sawing, or laser cutting.

  •   Loading: The sheet metal is then loaded into the stamping press or punch press machine, which holds the metal in place while the stamping process occurs.

  •   Stamping: The punch, typically a cylindrical or conical shape, is pressed into the die, typically a block with a shaped surface, to cut and shape the metal.

  •   Unloading: After stamping, the part is extracted from the die, whether manually or using robot arm grippers. The part might undergo additional finishing processes such as painting or plating.

Norck: Your Data-Driven Partner for On-Demand Manufacturing Excellence

Norck is a technology-powered manufacturing leader specializing in CNC machining, 3D printing, sheet metal fabrication, and injection molding. Our intelligent, data-driven approach ensures exceptional quality, optimized costs, and seamless supply chain management for companies worldwide.

Key Services:

Why Choose Norck?

  • AI-Powered Manufacturing: Data and AI optimize our processes for superior quality, minimized costs, and supply chain visibility
  • Vast Production Capacity: Our extensive partner network in Europe and the US guarantees both low and high-volume production.
  • End-to-End Expertise: Our team of engineers, data scientists, and product developers ensure design for manufacturability and unparalleled service
  • Single-Source Solution: Norck streamlines your supply chain, reduces overhead, enhances purchasing power, and delivers just-in-time results.

Experience the Norck difference. Get a quote fast for your manufacturing needs today!




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Besides Norck's own production capacity, Norck has access to hundreds of top quality CNC machining, sheet metal, 3D printing, injection molding, and urethane casting providers across the United States, Germany, and Europe.

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Working with Norck effectively reduces your risks against supply chain shocks, unforeseen delays, price fluctuations, and quality issues, thus increasing your company’s resilience in its outsourcing and supply chain.

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Besides being an artificial intelligence augmented digital manufacturing company, we also develop extremely innovative manufacturing tools, fixtures and of course software applications such as RapidCAD, a highly intuitive and innovative web based CAD application.

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