DEEP DRAW STAMPING AND ANNEALING
One of the foremost experts in the deep draw stamping and annealing process.
Deep Drawing For A Wide Range of Parts
Deep draw stamping is a metal forming process to produce a seamless multi-dimensional part. Annealing is the treatment process that uses heat to alter metal’s physical and chemical properties to relieve the stress of the material caused by the deep draw forming process, making the metal softer and easier to manipulate the shape of the material. Together, these processes provide an extremely cost-effective solution at high levels of production, and allows manufacturers the ability to easily, efficiently create products with complex geometries and seamless parts.
At Vollrath, we not only provide high-quality deep drawing and annealing at multiple facilities, we also have the unique capability to draw a multitude of shapes in sizes far larger than most other manufacturers. And we can do it in a variety of materials, including stainless, cold rolled carbon, low alloy, and commercial and high-strength carbon steels, as well as aluminum, copper, brass, and more.
The Vollrath Advantage for Deep Draw Stamping and Annealing
When it comes to the deep draw stamping and annealing processes, Vollrath Manufacturing Services provides its partners with a number of key advantages:
- A wide range of deep draw stamping capabilities
Including an innovative draw reverse-draw process that provides product design and manufacturing solutions that most suppliers can’t. (See the complete chart below.)
- Power in numbers
Having multiple manufacturing facilities equips us with a larger quantity of available equipment and resources for production. That means a high-quality manufacturing experience for your product, and less overall worry for you.
- In-House Value
From prototype to production, keeping our in-house end-to-end capabilities means less risk and more savings for you. Our annealing process is also done in-house, which is not found often in the industry.
- Global Sourcing
Our global sourcing team combines in-house coordination with on-the-ground efforts in the international marketplace to provide you with a variety of sourcing options from domestic and international suppliers.
- Standard or Custom Tooling
Depending on what your timeline and budget may demand, our in-house team makes sure you have the resources you need to get the job done. That’s why we offer the option of using our vast selection of in-stock tool dies, or working with our in-house tooling engineer to modify an existing die or design and build a new tool that meets the unique criteria of your job.
- ISO Certifications
Our manufacturing facilities are ISO certified (ISO 9001) and we also are knowledgeable about UL, CSA, NSF, ETL and CE standards.
Deep Draw Stamping and Annealing Capabilities
|General Capabilities||Contract Manufacturing|
|Production Method||Progressive Die|
Deep Draw Stamping/Stainless
|Equipment Capabilities||Single and Multiple Action Draw Presses|
Mechanical and Hydraulic Presses
|Production Capabilities||Thin Wall|
Small to Large Quantities
|Press Capacity||Up to 1,000 tons|
Cold Rolled Steel
Low Alloy Steel
Commercial Carbon Steel
High-Strength Carbon Steel
Electromarking (Part Identification)
|Depth-to-Diameter Ratio||2.5 to 1|
|Part Thickness||Up to 0.1 in|
|Part Length||Up to 38 in|
|Part Width||Up to 38 in|
|Part Depth||Up to 24 in|
|Inspection||CMM - Direct Computer Controlled (DCC)|
Statistical Process Control (SPC)
|Testing||Pressure Decay Leak|
Liquid Dye Penetrant
|Additional Services Provided||Engineering|
Design for Manufacturability
In-House Tool Design, Fabrication, & Maintenance
|Production Volume||Prototype to High Volume|
|Industry Focus||Foodservice Equipment|
|Industry Standards||ISO 9001:2015 Certified|
Choosing the Right Deep Draw Supplier
The best option for your deep draw project ultimately comes down to a manufacturer’s expertise and equipment. When a supplier has the right experience combined with a robust set of capabilities, OEMs rely on them again and again to create the pieces they need to bring products to market.
Ask any potential suppliers about long-term relationships or whether they’ve provided services to an OEM for multiple product generations. While it may not be the most important factor in your decision-making process, knowing the supplier you are considering is trusted by organizations you respect can add a little extra peace-of-mind.