Low Volume Sheet Metal Stamping Parts Manufacturing Punching Bending Metal Bracket

Machining Service: Sheet metal fabrication, sheet metal punching, sheet metal stamping

Type: Sheet metal bracket

Material capabilities: Stainless Steel, Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Brass, etc

Size: Custom Size

Service type: Small batch sheet metal parts fabrication

Color: Customized Color

Feature: Available with sheet metal fabricating parts with Complex Features

Application: Sheet metal parts for instruments

Delivery day: 5 days

Package: Foam+Carton Box or wooden box, or custom package


Description of Low Volume Sheet Metal Stamping Parts Manufacturing Punching Bending Metal Bracket

Product name

Sheet Metal Bracket

Production methods

Stamping, Deep drawing, Laser cutting, Bending, Welding, CNC, etc

Available materials

Steel, Iron, Stainless steel, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, etc.

Service type

Sheet metal fabrication service, sheet metal prototyping

Surface finishes

Zinc plating, Nickel plating, Powder coated, Paint, Brushed, Polishing, Anodized, Hot dip galvanizing, etc.

Drawing format



Over ten years of experience in sheet metal parts manufacturing

Quality control

100% inspection before delivery


Customize ODM OEM


Custom shape


Customized color as per customer requirement

Lead time

3-5 days for small batch sheet metal parts fabricating

Steps of Low Volume Sheet Metal Stamping Parts Manufacturing

Low volume sheet metal stamping is a kind of precision sheet metal stamping that can be done in several ways, but here are the basic steps involved:

Design your part: Start by designing your part using computer-aided design (CAD) software. This will allow you to create a digital 3D model of your part that can be used to create a stamping tool.

Create a stamping tool: Once you have your part design, you'll need to create a stamping tool that can be used to produce the part. This can be done using computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software to generate a tool path that can be used with a CNC machine to create the tool.

Prepare the sheet metal: The sheet metal you'll be using needs to be cut to the correct size and shape before stamping. This can be done using a shear or laser cutter.

Set up the stamping press: Place the stamping tool into the stamping press and adjust the settings to match the thickness of the sheet metal being used.

Stamp the part: With the sheet metal in place, lower the stamping press to apply pressure to the tool and punch the part out of the sheet metal. Repeat this process as needed to produce the desired number of parts.

Finishing: Once the parts have been stamped, they may need to be deburred or otherwise finished to remove any sharp edges or burrs.

Overall, low volume sheet metal stamping can be a cost-effective way to produce small quantities of CNC machining precision parts without the need for expensive tooling or long lead times. YS Rapid, as a sheet metal stamping manufacturer, our advanced technology and professional team enable us to flexibly meet the needs of low-volume production, thereby reducing our customers’ production costs and lead times.

Get in Touch With YS Rapid
Get in Touch With YS Rapid

Upload your 3D and 2D drawings to us, and a quotation will be provided to you within 24 hours. Also our sales engineer will contact you directly regarding your rapid prototype and cnc machinery parts quote to ensure you have received the quotation and to answer your questions.