Our team is specialised in producing deep drawn presswork (pressings) and is a process of forming a sheet metal in which a metal blank is drawn into a forming die by the mechanical action of a punch. It is a shape transformation process, retaining the material. This process is considered as deep drawing, when the depth of the part exceeds its diameter. It can be made it through a series of dies. This process is known as reduction.
In major cases, the exact size of a component cannot be formed into shape after first reduction process. Until the exact size is achieved, the component undergoes a series of reduction cycles.
Deep drawing is a forming process that occurs under the combination of tensile conditions. A flat sheet metal blank formed into a hollow body that opens one side or hollow body formed into a hollow body with a smaller cross-section.
In the automotive industry, deep drawing is usually carried out using rigid tools. These tools include die, punch, and binder.
Step 1: The plate holder closes when the blank metal sheet is inserted
Step 2: The sheet is clamped between binder and die
This process slows the sheet flow and also prevents wrinkles forming under the binder.
Work of punch – It stretches the sheet over the die radius and forms in the die. The force is vital for forming and is thereby increased up to the lower dead center of the punch.
At UK Pressings, our professional team produces high-quality parts from different materials. We aim to build long-term relationships with the client. Our team will work closely with your people throughout the process. We use the top materials to ensure the quality of the products. We manufacture top precision components and provide value for your money.