Special Metal Stamping
Small Shop Focus, Big Capabilities
We offer a wide range of special metal stamping/forming processes working in high strength Monel®, Inconel®, Hastelloy®, Waspaloy®, brass, aluminum,copper in addition to steels (stainless, high/low carbon, cold/hot rolled, galvanized and electrical steel).
Our capabilities include
Can stamp most alloys such as Monel®, Inconel®, Waspaloy®, Hastelloy® and many more
50+ Years of Experience
MADE IN USA
Manufactured in the US
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Here at Special Metal Stamping we work with our clients to meet their alloy and rare alloy stampings needs. We can handle a number of rare alloys. We also have an excellent accuracy record.
Custom Metal Stamping
We custom manufacture metal stamped products for a variety of industries including Aerospace, Construction, Lighting, Automotive, Marine and Electronics. We specialize in fast turn around special metal stamping of heat-resistant metal alloys.
Cap Nut Fasteners
Special Metal Stamping Aluminum Push-On Cap Nut Fasteners are available in three attractive cap designs for stud sizes ranging from .080″ to .500″. Cap nut fasteners should be positioned squarely over the stud and pressed into the locked position by hand or with the light tap of a mallet.
Our sister company Even Mix™ offers lightweight, easy to use and reliable Drum Mixers, Pail Mixers, IBC Mixers, Agitators. Our mixing agitators weigh ONLY 9 pounds!
Blogs and Latest News About the Industry and Special Metal Stamping
Not only do we offer custom metal stamping, powder coating, cap nuts, and other forms of metal fabrication, but we now do CNC laser machining. This is due in part to the newest addition to our shop floor – a Mitsubishi ML-3015LVPlus CNC Laser cutter. What You Need To Know About CNC Laser Machining Essentially,[…]
Alloy stamping is just one of the many things that we offer here at Special Metal Stamping. Metal alloys have been used for years in a number of different industries, ranging from construction to automotive. What Is An Alloy? An alloy is a type of metal that’s made when several types of metal or elements[…]
We’re proud of the fact that Special Metal Stamping is a small shop. This gives us a large advantage over our competitors. We’re able to keep a better eye on every part that we manufacture and pay attention to all of those small details. Here’s more information on what we have to offer our clients. […]
With a name like Special Metal Stamping, it’s easy to think that this is all that we have to offer. While we do handle a number of stamping and metal working processes, we also do light assembly. What does this mean? Light assembly is best defined as a series of manufacturing processes that all take[…]
Special Metal Stamping follows the EOS – Entrepreneurial Operating System – in order to succeed. This model puts all of our leaders on the same page. This makes us stronger as a whole since everyone is in alignment with and working towards the same goals. What Is EOS? EOS is an organization designed to help[…]
Short run stamping is just one of the many services offered by Special Metal Stamping. But what is short run stamping? For those who don’t know about this form of metal forming, here’s a quick primer. Less Complicated Stamping Means Fewer Tools Short run stamping tends to be less complicated than progressive stamping. This means[…]
When a client comes into Special Metal Stamping, we talk them through the process of creating their parts. Although the production process varies considerably, based on the parts and how intricate they are, the three main steps remain the same. At all starts with a discussion, then everything moves on through to production. Let’s break[…]
Stamping Tasks Like our business’ title implies, Special Metal Stamping handles a number of metal stamping tasks. We can shape parts, tools, and much more. This isn’t all that we do – we can actually execute some other things in our full shop. Here’s a quick breakdown of what else we have to offer: Tool[…]
You’ve probably seen the words on our website (they’re on almost every page) – we’re ISO 9001 certified. But what does that mean? Well, it’s something that we’re proud of, and we’re going to explain why. History of The ISO The ISO, which stands for International Organization for Standardization, traces its history back to 1959.[…]
Have you ever wondered what goes into pricing a stamped die or tool? There are five main factors involved in this process. On top of that, the person in charge of coming up with these cost estimates must understand how metal stamping processes work. They also need to know the stamping die design process. Since[…]