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What is Deep Drawing?
Deep drawing is a forming process in which a thin sheet metal blank is formed by repeatedly applying mechanical pressure with dies and punches. Deep drawing technology enables high-speed production of thin-walled products with deep holes, as well as box-shaped products, which are difficult to manufacture form round wire materials.
Advantages of Deep Drawing
The deep drawing process has its own unique advantages, some of which include:
Reduction of Raw Material Costs
Compared to machining, deep drawing can reduce material costs because there are less material losses.
Reduction of Production Lead Time
Deep drawing requires less production time than machining or welding, and high levels of productivity can be expected.
Reduction of Product Weight
Compared to conventional production methods, deep drawing can reduce product weight. This is achieved through work-hardening, by which parts can have a high "strength to thickness" ratio.
Reduction of Damage to Materials
Compared to machining or welding, deep drawing causes less damage to the material as there is no cutting, grinding, or heat applied.
Ultra-thin-walled Processing with Precision Tool Manufacturing Technology
We specialize in deep drawing micro, thin-walled, and narrow-shaft products using tool manufacturing technology developed over many years producing precision electronic parts with micron-level control. We have experience in deep drawing thin-walled products as thin as 0.0014 in (0.035 mm).
Micro Deep Drawing Technology
Our unique transfer press processing technology, based on in-house development of tooling and production machines, enables us to deep draw "thin and long" products. The minimum outer diameter that can be processed is 0.0118 in (0.3 mm), and deep drawing can be performed up to approximately 20 times the outer diameter.
Development of Original Manufacturing Methods Made Possible by In-house Production
We have developed our own original manufacturing methods by in-house production of the tooling and production equipment that are the key to our technology. This enables us to mass-produce products with shapes that cannot be manufactured with commercially available equipment's and tooling.
Design Simulation for Efficient Technical Proposals
Tool design simulation software enables Fukui Byora to proceed with development in collaboration with the customers from the conceptual stage, allowing us to respond flexibly, such as partial design changes.
Maximum Length 1.5748 in (40mm)
0.0118 in ~ 0.8661 in (0.3mm ~ 22mm)
0.0014in ~ 0.0276in (0.035mm ~ 0.7mm)
* Depending on client requirements, partial high precision control at the microinch level is possible.
Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Copper, Brass, Titanium, Nickel, Niobium, other Specialty Material
Zinc Plating, Tin Plating, Gold Plating, Chemical Polishing, etc.
Quenching and Tempering, Annealing, Electric Annealing, etc.
The following are examples of products that we have successfully mass produced using deep drawing technology.
Micro hole with a diameter of φ0.0142 in (φ0.36 mm) on part tip
By establishing a "comprehensive quality control system" led by our Quality Assurance Department, we strive to flexibly respond to the drastically changing global environment and provide products high in quality, high in value, and fully compliant to customer requirements.
Advanced Analytical Equipment Suitable for Evaluation of Precision Products
We utilize advanced inspection and measurement equipment alongside analysis equipment to perform multifaceted verifications, earning our clients' peace of mind and trust.