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Metal Stamping Service

Elmira Stamping & Manufacturing, conveniently located in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York, has specialized in medium- to high-volume metal stamping since 1970. With expertise in deep-drawn & progressive-die metal stamping, Elmira puts its considerable capabilities to work for wide-ranging industrial projects weighing as much as 400 tons.

Our stamping department is equipped with a multitude of servo, high-speed, mechanical, and hydraulic stamping presses ranging from 30 to 400 tons. With Made-in-the-U.S.A. quality, ES&M assures that everything we produce lives up to even the highest standards. To be certain of this, ES&M makes use of automation with in-die, contact, and non-contact sensors.

With all the options available, customers can rely on Elmira technicians to determine the best production method for delivering the highest level of quality in the most economical way. We utilize the most modern equipment and techniques of production inspections that meet or exceed ISO 9001:2015 quality standards.

Progressive Die

The progressive die stamping process involves a series of stations or dies, each performing a specific operation before passing the piece on to the next station. The part takes shape step by step as it moves through the highly automated process.

For high-volume production of intricate parts, there is no match for progressive die stamping. A series of die stations working continuously can turn out a considerable number of complex parts in very little time, and for a fraction of what it might cost with other production methods.

Heavily automated, progressive die stamping is highly efficient. It is used to create a large number of close-tolerance, complex parts from sheet metal in a rapid and cost-effective manner. It is commonly used in industries dependent on the high-volume production of intricate parts, such as brackets, clips, and end caps.

Metal Stamping Service

Deep Drawn

ES&M specializes in deep-drawn metal stamping, a process for creating complex, smooth-finished parts with extreme precision out of sheet metal. The deep drawn method is ideal for parts with sizable recesses.

Deep-drawn metal stamping is favored for its ability to produce parts with high precision, tight tolerances, and excellent structural integrity. It is a cost-effective method for mass-producing parts with minimal waste and consistent quality.

Secondary Operations

ES&M can also deliver secondary put and take operations when parts cannot be completed in a progressive die. Based on the size and complexity of the part, ES&M will recommend the most efficient and effective production method for the highest quality part.

Put Our Expertise to Work for You

Elmira Stamping & Manufacturing brings over 50 years of experience together with advanced stamping capabilities to produce quality components used across vital industries. We are passionate about quality and dedicated to customer satisfaction. To learn more, contact us today!