Deep Draw Fundamentals: Part 1

Deep Draw Fundamentals: Part 1

Deep Draw Fundamentals: Part 1

Created By: accurateforstg
September 7, 2012

When a part is being designed for the deep draw process considerations must be given to the following:

  • The overall size and shape of the part
  • The function that the part will perform
  • The strength requirements of the part
  • The environment that the part will be in

In order to utilize the deep drawn stamping process to the above requirements a selection of the following must occur:

  • What type of material?
  • What are the tolerances required?
  • How will the tooling be designed?
  • Are there any secondary operations required?
  • What type of finish will the part have?

The type of machine (press) that is being used will also have an effect on the part as eyelet machines begin with a strip of material that is fed into the first station, which is the blank station. The size of the blank that can be produced in that first station will impact the minimum and maximum size of the finished part that can be produced.


Deep Draw Fundamentals: Part 1

With a streamlined process, Accurate Forming was able to increase production volume and reduce costs successfully allowing the company to improve the durability and visual appearance of the product.

This worksheet will help you with the following:


Easily compare the Deep Drawn process and the Screw Machining process to decide which one is the most effectively meets your needs.


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