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8 reasons you should you be thinking Deep Drawing for your next project

 

Cans, caps, casings, cannisters. These are the types of components which are front runners for deep drawn manufacture.

 

Here, we take a look at the benefits of the process...

 

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From humble beginnings…. 75 years of moving forward

 

Over the decades, H T Brigham has grown from a small, local manufacturing business to what it is today; a key global supplier, specialising in the production of high-volume metal pressings

 

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8 REASONS YOU SHOULD BE THINKING DEEP DRAWING FOR YOUR NEXT PROJECT

Cans, caps, casings, cannisters. These are the types of components which are front runners for deep drawn manufacture. Here, we take a look at the benefits of the process...

1. High Strength

Deep drawn components are strong. The process of drawing metal causes the structure of the material to alter and subsequently harden. The end result is a component which is stronger than the base metal itself.

 

2. Lightweight

Another big advantage of this hardening process, is that the end component can be lightweight as well as strong. This makes deep drawing a good choice for the manufacture of components going into the highly demanding automotive industry, where durability and minimal weight are key factors.

 

 3. High Volume

Deep drawn components can be manufactured in high volume at high speeds, making the process ideal for large batches and long production runs.

 

4. Product Repeatability

Once the press and tool has been set and the job is running, parts can be manufactured with an extremely high level of consistency. This ensures the manufacture of components with repeatable quality across different batches.

 

5. Complexity

Deep drawing is an excellent choice for the manufacture of cylindrical parts with challenging depth dimensions. If the desired size cannot be achieved after the first reduction, the component can be taken through a number of further stages to achieve the size required.

 

6. Seamless Process

Deep drawing a canister,produces acomponent with no seams.This has advantages where aesthetics are an important consideration or a component needs to be air-tight.

 

7. Material Options

Deep drawn components can be manufactured from a wide range of materials depending on the properties required and the final application. Popular choices include, mild steel, stainless, aluminium, copper and brass.

 

8. Economical

Efficient, high volume production means low cost parts. Add to this, minimal material waste and the lack of additional operations needed, and the process becomes extremely cost effective.

 

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Station Road  l  Coleshill  l  Birmingham
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Tel: +44 (0) 1675 463882
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H T Brigham & Co Ltd
Station Road  l  Coleshill  l  Birmingham
West Midlands  l  B46 1JQ

Tel: +44 (0) 1675 463882
Fax: +44 (0) 1675 467441
General: admin@htbrigham.co.uk
Sales: enquiries@htbrigham.co.uk

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