450 372-2223 FR


Presses up to 275 tonnes

We have 9 presses of 6 different sizes, up to 275 tons.

Stamping, also known as metal stamping or die stamping, is the process of transforming steel into either sheets (strips) or coils, depending on the die model. These metal embossments can be done on various materials such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, galvanized steel, and many others.

As our name suggests, Von Arx stamping and die is a specialist in metal processing, either with the dies we manufacture on-site or with existing dies from clients. Our diverse equipment allows us to test the tooling we have designed or repaired to ensure proper quality control of the final product.

Details of our presses:

1 press of 60 tons: table size of 20 x 28
2 presses of 110 tons: table sizes of 30 x 39 and 26 x 64
1 press of 150 tons: table size of 30 x 46
2 presses of 160 tons: table size of 30 x 50
1 press of 200 tons: table size of 34 x 58
2 presses of 275 tons: table size of 36 x 106

Stamping example

Advantages of stamping

  • Efficiency: Stamping is a fast and efficient production process. The presses used can perform operations in series, enabling large-scale production in a short amount of time.
  • Strength and durability: Stamped parts are generally stronger and more durable, as the stamping process enhances the mechanical properties of the material. This makes them suitable for demanding applications in terms of strength and durability.
  • Complex shape capability: Our machines can achieve complex shapes with precise details, opening up numerous design possibilities. Stamped parts with contours, notches, ribs, and other intricate features can be obtained.
  • Reduction in production costs: Thanks to its high productivity, precision, and material efficiency, stamping can contribute to reducing production costs, making it a cost-effective solution for many applications.

Stamping in various Industries

Stamping is used in many fields to manufacture both simple and complex parts. Here are some examples of parts produced through stamping in various industries:

  • Automotive (body panels, doors, hoods, brackets)
  • Aerospace (engine components, turbine blades, mounting plates)
  • Appliances (frames, panels, doors, internal components)
  • Construction (fastening brackets, clips, cable fasteners)
  • Medical (implants, instruments, prosthetic components)

Questions et réponses

What types of materials can be used for stamping?

Stamping can be performed on a wide range of materials, including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, galvanized steel, and many others.

What are the maximum dimensions of stampable parts?

The maximum dimensions of stampable parts depend on the capacity of the presses used. We have presses suitable for parts of all sizes.

What is the manufacturing process for stamping?

The stamping process involves the use of presses equipped with specific dies. Metal sheets or coils are placed into the press, and the die applies force to cut, shape, or form the material according to the required specifications.

What quality controls are performed on stamped parts?

Stamped parts undergo rigorous quality controls to ensure compliance with specifications. This may include visual inspections, dimensional tests, strength tests, and other quality measures.