Deep drawing is a production technique with possibilities and potential, due to less usage of flat material (=blank) that's converted (in several deep drawing steps) into a 3D shape. Less material compared to a solid base volume, is often also less weight. Cylindrical parts are obvious examples here but other shapes are also possible.
Deep drawing is a technique that, with a specific redesign of a metal part, can result in the conversion of a part made by machining of milling with less material usage and lower costs.
KeyTec provides this technology for both small series multiple single step processing and large volume processing with progressive dies.
Where tolerances, often given for special applications are very tight or specific surface condition is to be achieved, the deep drawn products are finished in house by either CNC as well as conventional machined operation.
A wide range of materials can be deepdrawn by KeyTec such as a variety of copper alloys, stainless steel alloys, specific Kovar alloys as well as Molybdenium.