—- Deep Draw Metal Stamping: What We Do

—- Deep Draw Metal Stamping: What We Do

—- Deep Draw Metal Stamping: What We Do

Created By: accurateforstg
March 14, 2014

Accurate Forming is a Deep Draw Metal Stamper who was established in 1955. All of Accurate Forming’s operations take place in our 70,000 square foot facility located in Hamburg, NJ. Accurate Forming manufactures cylindrical shaped parts using transfer press technology. The size range for these parts ranges from .700” in length with a diameter of 1.562” all the way to 5.44” in length with a .400” diameter. Material thicknesses range from .007” thick up to .062” thick. Materials that are used in the deep draw manufacturing process are aluminum, cold rolled steel, pre-plated crs, stainless steel, copper, brass and other precious metal alloys.

What makes Accurate Forming unique is our ability to produce extremely high quality parts with long lengths, small diameters and very tight tolerances. Let Accurate Forming’s engineering expertise help you design, produce and receive the highest quality part you can get.

If desired Accurate Forming will manage and control the necessary processes and value added operations required to supply a turn-key product and assist our customers in reducing costs, enhancing quality and assuring a finished, deep drawn part within specification.

 By applying our expertise in metallurgy and manufacturing systems, we have extended our offerings to include cost reduction engineering services, high speed metal stamping and automation systems for secondary and assembly operations.

Our quality and engineering systems reflect the state of the art for efficiency, continuous improvement and craftsmanship.

Please contact Accurate Forming at (973)827-7155 or at [email protected] or visit our website at to learn more about what Accurate Forming can do for you.


---- Deep Draw Metal Stamping: What We Do

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.

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