What is sheet metal pressing

Examples for Deep drawing on our B2B marketplace

Our manufacturers are professionals in sheet metal forming for customer-specific deep-drawn parts with quality "Made in Germany"!

Technical deep-drawn parts

Cylindrical or conical hollow sheet metal bodies in all batch sizes.

Housing production

Development and contract manufacturing of customer-specific sheet metal housings.

Transfer press parts

State-of-the-art CNC multi-stage presses for complex shapes and geometries.

Automotive body parts

Deep drawing and stretch drawing of sheet metal for precisely fitting vehicle body parts.
  • Manufacturing advice and development
  • CNC deep-drawing machines, high-tech multi-stage presses
  • Simple drawn parts, cone or parabolic shapes, undercuts
  • Stocking of common sheet metal materials in various sizes and thicknesses

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Production of ready-to-install deep-drawn parts

From experienced specialist companies

Our suppliers are experienced sheet metal processing companies and offer you one with laser cutting, edging, round bending, punching, joining and surface finishing All-round service for deep drawing. Upon request, all deep-drawn parts can be post-treated, labeled, coated or provided with individual detailed work and ready for installation according to your specifications Desired date delivered.
Deep-drawn parts made of steel, stainless steel, aluminum
And other sheet materials

For the manufacture of deep-drawn products mostly come Sheet metal such as steel, stainless steel or aluminum are used. However, coated sheets or non-ferrous metals can also be deep-drawn safely and without negatively affecting the material structure. In addition, our suppliers have extensive stocks of the most common sheet metal materials and are happy to advise you on the different types for an optimal choice of material.
Functional principle of deep drawing technology
Description according to DIN 8584

Deep drawing is a manufacturing process of sheet metal forming and describes after DIN 8584 the reshaping of thin sheets into metallic hollow bodies with an opening on one side. During the machining process, the sheet metal is pressed onto the drawing die with a hold-down device and then pulled with the punch through the rounded drawing edge into the die. This process takes place in one or more moves up to the desired Shape is reached.

Construction and influencing factors

What is to be considered?

When designing customer-specific deep-drawn parts, some influencing factors should be taken into account. The hold-down force and the size of the drawing gap must be adapted to the material and sheet thickness in order to achieve a Tear of the soil to avoid. The change in shape during the drawing process is determined with the draw ratio and with a optimal The drawing edge radius will avoid the risk of cracking on the drawing ring.

Hydromechanical deep drawing

Explained in a simple and practical way

In hydromechanical deep drawing, the sheet metal part gets its contour from the shape of the drawing punch. In contrast to mechanical deep drawing, no Drawing ring is used because the sheet metal is pressed against the punch with a liquid during the drawing process and deep-drawn. The required drawing pressure is CNC-controlled, which is why conical or parabolic deep-drawn parts can also be used one Have the work done.
Definition and characteristics

Deep-drawn parts are important functional components for a large number of technical applications. These thin-walled Hollow bodies are open on one side and are made from sheet metal in a wide variety of basic geometries. Typical Examples are the production of battery cell housings, sleeves, sinks, body parts or precision parts for applications in mechanical engineering or aerospace.
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