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Flatness Tolerances for Metal Stamping [FREE CHART]

When flattening for your metal stamping project, first need perfect flatness – that condition which exists when all points on a surface lie in the same plane. In order to achieve perfect flatness, you first need to know the flatness tolerance for the surface you’re working with. WHAT IS FLATNESS TOLERANCE? Flatness tolerance is the Flatness Tolerances for Metal Stamping [FREE CHART]

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Typical Parts Price Comparison of Variations in Materials and Design/CAD

Comparing cost impact of the several variables is difficult. To help explain the impact, we have selected a sample part and shown the price range that you could reach depending on how you control your design. Low Cost Design Tolerance: + .010 on centers — + .005 on hole diametersMaterial: 16. ga. 1010 sheet — Typical Parts Price Comparison of Variations in Materials and Design/CAD

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Short Run Stamping vs. Progressive Stamping: Which is Right for...

We live and breathe stampings so much here at Dayton Rogers that we often forget not everyone is familiar with how stampings work. You may have heard the terms “short run stamping” and “progressive stamping” before. What is the difference between the two?  Simply put, these are two different methods of achieving the same result. Short Run Stamping vs. Progressive Stamping: Which is Right for Your Project?

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