Why choose our stamping die?
TTM is highly capable of processing, developing, and building stamping dies for various industries, including automotive, appliance, electronics etc.
Our expertise is progressive dies, ranging from small to X large up to 6000 mm in length.
Transfer dies up to 2000T and the length of 6000 mm and small to medium tandem dies. We are capable of processing all sheet metal grades available on the market today, ranging from regular mild steel 200 MPA -340 MPA, HSLA up to 550 MPA as well as ultra-high-strength up to 1200 MPA DP, MP and aluminium up to 6000 grade.
We are a professional manufacturer, design company and supplier of sheet metal stamping dies, including Casting and steel progressive dies, Casting and steel transfer dies, tandem dies, gang dies and so on. We have rich design and manufacturing experience in stamping die and stamping tools, and serve many famous projects like BWM PASSDA 2020, Isuzu-CCB- RG06 2020, Isuzu-CCB- RG06 2021, GM-A100 2021, VW, Ford, Tesla, GM, Audi, etc.
stamping dies Stamping die, often simply referred to as a "die," is a specialized tool used in manufacturing processes, specifically in the field of metalworking and sheet metal fabrication. It is used to shape, cut, or form metal sheets into various desired shapes and sizes. Stamping dies are a crucial component of the metal stamping process, which is widely used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, electronics, and appliance manufacturing.
Automotive stamping dies are specialized tools used in the automotive manufacturing industry to create various components and body parts for vehicles through the metal stamping process. These components can include body panels, frame parts, engine mounts, brackets, and other structural and decorative elements. The precise and consistent production of these parts is essential for building safe and reliable vehicles.
Automotive metal stamping die design is a meticulous process crucial to the production of vehicle components. It involves creating specialized tools that shape sheet metal into precise parts for automobiles. Design considerations include material selection, part geometry, and tool complexity. For body panels, frame members, and structural components, the design must meet safety and performance standards while optimizing material usage.