If your project calls for extreme precision for identical parts, Reading Plastic & Metal’s die stamping services may be for you. From flight controls to hospital equipment, we offer a vast range of thin-gauged insulation materials, plastics, and other non-metallic materials for specialty applications. If you’re concerned about die stamping services prices, check out these factors that affect the overall price of the project. Reading Plastic & Metal is committed to working with you to find the right material and price for any project.
What Factors Affect Die Stamping Services Prices?
Like any manufacturing project, there are multiple factors that affect overall pricing. Here are the top 2 factors that affect die stamping services prices:
- Material Selection: We provide a wide range of options for materials. From high-performing plastics to metals, these different materials contribute to cost. Reading Plastic & Metal can work with you to select the right material that fits the needs of your project without breaking the bank.
- Equipment Usage: We’re dedicated to maintaining up-to-date equipment and always seeking out the newest technology. With many options for which equipment to use, the newer machines contribute to a slightly higher cost. However, utilizing less efficient or out-of-date equipment can lead to mistakes that will end up costing you more in the end.
Benefits of Die Stamping Services
If you’re still weighing your options, here are a few benefits to die stamping services:
- High volume production: Plastic die stamping can churn out thousands – even tens of thousands – of parts a day, making it ideal for large orders.
- Accuracy: In plastic die cutting, a high-speed punch press and custom steel-rule dies are used to produce extremely precise identical parts. Because all the parts are stamped with the same die, identical parts with no variation in dimensions or tolerances are ensured for the life of the tool.
- Less material waste: Die cutting produces less scrap material than traditional machining. If you are utilizing an advanced plastic, this could translate to considerable cost savings, especially at high volumes where the cost of scrapping expensive materials is amplified.
- Cost-efficient: While the upfront cost of die cutting is higher because of tooling costs, if your part is being produced in high volumes it can be more cost-effective than machining in the long run.
Reading Plastic & Metal Provides Exceptional Die Stamping Services
Whatever your priority—color, wear resistance, anti-static, you name it—Reading Plastic & Metal is here help you produce the stamped parts you need. If you have a part that requires precise die stamping, call us today at (610) 926-3245 to discuss your project.