We recently produced a stamped bracket cap for a customer. This part was not particularly complex, but it did require some unique marking.
All machining was done on a punch press with universal tooling. We used 0.078” thick soft-tempered cold-rolled strip steel for the part and applied certified zinc plating to add durability and create an attractive finish. The material was stamped flat then placed in a vibratory tumbler for deburring. Finally, the surface of each part was marked with 1/16” characters using an industrial stencil.
A visual and dimensional inspection ensured that all pieces measured 1.407” in length x 0.690” in width (±0.005”) and weighed 0.2 oz. Since this was a relatively simple part, we were able to deliver all 2,000 pieces to the Midwest just three weeks after the client provided us with the blueprints for the part.
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Equipment Used to Manufacture Part
Overall Part Dimensions
Estimated Part Weight
Cold Rolled Strip Steel, Soft Temper
• Thickness : .078"
In process testing/inspection performed
Industry for Use
Industrial Electric Heaters, Sensors and Controllers
Customer Supplied Blueprint