Material

  • • Aluminium (5052, 6061, 6063, 1060)
  • • Carbon Steel (SPCC, HRS, SAPH440)
  • • Stainless Steel (201, 304, 316)
  • • Cold Galvanized Steel

Thickness

  • • 0.1mm to 6.0mm

Stamping Dies

  • • Regular Die
  • • Progressive Die

Equipment

  • • 16T, 25T, 40T, 63T, 80T, 160T
  • • Automatic, Auto-feeder

Secondary Process

  • • TIG and MIG Welding
  • • CNC Sheet Bending
  • • Riveting
  • • PEM
  • • Laser Etching
  • • Robotic Welding
  • • Spot Welding

Surface Finishing

  • • Powder Coating
  • • Anodizing
  • • Electro Coating
  • • Trivalent Zinc Plating
  • • Hot Dip Galvanized
  • • Passivation
  • • Geomet
  • • Sandblast

Why choose Komaspec for your stamping project?

We help you fine-tune your product design and ensure that your products can be manufactured accurately, efficiently, and at a quality that matches your specifications.

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We have the capabilities to manufacture complex, high precision stamping parts and assemblies..

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We build our stamping tooling in-house, which allows for faster turnarounds for new products and superior control of mold design and quality.

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Highly automated stamping and secondary processing, with eight production lines for assembly, sub-assembly and delivery of finished products ready for shipment.

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Progressive Stamping

Advantage

  • • Lower stamping parts unit price
  • • Higher accuracy with better part dimension repeatability

Disadvantage

  • • Higher tooling investment compared to regular die stamping
  • • Not all part geometries can be done with progressive stamping.
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Regular Stamping

Advantage

  • • Capable of doing any geometry of metal parts
  • • Lower tooling investment

Disadvantage

  • • Higher unit cost than progressive stamping parts
  • • Lower accuracy with less repeatability