Benefits and Applications
We understand no prototype stamping is the same, so it is critical we have an inventory of presses to address our customers’ needs.
Building on a strong foundation of sheet metal stamping capabilities, we have invested in unique stamping methods like hot stamping. Hot stamping allows us to press complex parts with high tensile strength, creating a form in a single lightweight piece, a growing requirement in automotive and aerospace applications.
Another high value stamping method is deep draw stamping, a core competency of ours here at Duggan’s. We start with a coil or sheet of flat metal and run it through our presses in such a way we can produce a part with a lot of radius, special features, no welding, no seams, no bolts, and no rivets, simplifying a typically complex process.
To top off our capabilities from a stamping perspective, we not only engineer and produce tooling in-house, but we have an industry leading metallurgy lab allowing us to inspect and control quality throughout a stamping operation, thus delivering parts more economically and at a precision greater than production tolerances.
Capacity to Deliver
From prototyping and short run production to low volume production, we have the capabilities and capacity in our 105,000sq ft facility to meet our customers stamping needs.
Duggan can close the gaps our customers experience when production parts are needed. We can respond quickly to solve these problems and keep our customers production on schedule.
Our comprehensive inventory of over 60 presses allows Duggan to deliver both on demand, emergency stamping, short run production services and large quantity part production.