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Metal Stamping Services

Discover the power of precision with Frigate’s metal stamping services. From machinery components to operational essentials, our expert team delivers quality results swiftly and affordably. Experience the efficiency of sheet metal shaping with Frigate. 

What We Do

Our Metal Stamping Offerings

We create complex, high-quality parts from a variety of materials with our precision metal stamping skills, utilizing state-of-the-art tools and techniques to guarantee superior quality. v

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Advance expertise with exceptional delivery

Progressive Stamping Excellence at Frigate

Frigate proudly offers stamping services with complex parts from certified vendors, specializing in Progressive dies. These dies are adeptly fed from a steel coil, starting with a coil reel for unwinding, followed by a straightener to level the coil, and then into a feeder, which advances the material vendors’ parts into the press and die at a predetermined feed length. The number of stations in the die can be determined depending on the part’s complexity.  

Our stamping process involves placing flat sheet metal in either blank or coil form into a stamping press, where a tool and die surface form the metal into a net shape. This comprehensive process includes various sheet-metal forming manufacturing techniques, such as punching using a machine or stamping press, blanking, embossing, bending, flanging, and coining. 

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Metal Stamping Materials

Frigate offers a variety of materials for both standard and custom metal stampings,


Popular options include CRS steel like 1008, 1010, or 1018, known for its cold forming capabilities.

Stainless Steel

Choices like 301, 304, and 316/316L offer varying degrees of tensile strength and corrosion resistance, with 316/316L providing the highest corrosion resistance. 


Options include C110, prized for its conductivity and ease of forming.


Frigate provides brass alloys such as 230 (85/15) and 260 (70/30), known for their high formability and corrosion resistance, also referred to as red brass and yellow brass, respectively.

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Metal Stamping Production Volumes

At Frigate, we cater to various metal stamping production needs,

Low Volume

Ideal for up to 100,000 units, bridging prototypes and mass production, testing market viability, and accommodating customization.

Medium Volume

Ranging from 100,000 to 1 million units, offering flexibility, lower per-part costs, and reduced up-front tooling expenses. 

High Volume

For orders exceeding 1 million parts, ensuring exceptional cost-effectiveness and efficient manufacturing solutions. 

Short Run

Designed for low volume runs with limited tool revisions, minimizing costs and ideal for less flexible projects or market entries. 

Long Run

Involving more intricate runs with variable factors, ensuring consistent quality, low per-unit costs, and high throughput rates for large-scale production. 

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Tight Tolerances and Quality Assurance

Tolerance Optimization

Our suppliers refine tool and die designs to meet tolerance requirements, ensuring precise results. Tighter tolerances increase complexity and cost. 

Quality Assurance

Regular checks verify output adherence to specifications, supported by a Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) program for quality and consistency. Stamping tools undergo wear detection, and measurements with check-fixtures or check-gauges are standard for long-run stamping lines. v

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Frigate Approach

Why Select Frigate for Stamping Metal?

With the variety of options, you can tailor your metal stamping order to your requirements. Our diverse range of materials, coatings, tolerances, and certifications guarantees that your requirements are satisfied. 

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Having Doubts? Our FAQ

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What is the purpose of progressive die metal stampings?

It's a metal-forming technique utilized to craft intricate parts for diverse industries, consolidating multiple processing steps into a single operation. The benefits include enhanced speed and precision in production.

Which industries gain from using metal stampings?

Numerous industries, including the automotive, manufacturing, construction, aerospace, electronics, medical, and more, use metal stampings.

What benefits may deep-drawn metal stampings offer?

 It is a cost-effective method of creating a variety of components in a range of sizes, shapes, levels of complexity, and accuracy. The fact that deep-drawn car parts are manufactured with a complete wall surrounding the full diameter without any seams is one of its main advantages.

What's the difference between precision metal stampings and fine blanking?

 While fine blanking suppresses the ripping of sheet metal material during the blanking process, general stamping regulates the tearing of the material during the blanking process

How do you pick a suitable method?

Frigate's industry expertise and AI-enabled platform, which can analyze design complexity, will assist you in selecting the best course of action.

Manufacturing Capacity

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Global Sales Office

818, Preakness lane, Coppell, Texas, USA – 75019

Registered Office

23, 6th West Street, Balaji Nagar, Kattur,  Pappakuruchi, Tiruchirappalli-620019, Tamil Nadu, India.

Operations Office

9/1, Poonthottam Nagar, Ramanandha Nagar, Saravanampatti, Coimbatore-641035, Tamil Nadu, India. ㅤ


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