Progressive Die Stamping Costing Tool

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Progressive die stamping is a manufacturing process where a metal strip is fed through multiple stations in a die to progressively shape and cut the material into precise parts. It is commonly used to manufacture custom parts like Hinges, latches, brackets, panels, automotive components, etc. Our advanced stamping cost estimator, calculator, and Cost model provide reliable pricing insights. With comprehensive sheet metal stamping cost analysis, optimize your manufacturing expenses. Calculate metal stamping cost per part and get custom stamping cost estimations. Our high-precision stamping cost analysis tools help you analyze costs and optimize production. From stamping tooling cost to automated stamping cost analysis, our services ensure affordability and cost reduction strategies. Calculate unit costs, estimate material costs, and streamline your stamping processes with our efficient costing tools.

A) General Part Information

Part Number:-
- Part Number which is usually mentioned on the drawing (Alphanumeric values are accepted).
Part Description:-
- Like Part Name, such as Stamp Sheet, Floor stamp sheet, etc. (Alphanumeric values are accepted).

B) Volume (Number of Pieces Produced)

Annual Volume:-
- The Number of Pieces that are Required in a Year (1- 10000000 Nos).
Lot Run Size:-
- The Number of Parts to be Processed in a Single Setup (Less than or equal to Annual volume).

C) Material Specific Information

- Select the material used to manufacture Parts from the dropdown list. We are here specifying material as in coil so coil rate is applied for material selections and coil materials are Carbon steel coil, Stainless steel coil & Aluminum 6061 coil.

D) Part Specific Information

Part Net Weight(gm):-
- Enter part net weight in (grams). The permitted range for the Tool to estimate (0.06 to 32,480) Grams.
Part Max Length L(MILLIMETERS):-
- Enter maximum developed length after flat pattern in(mm). (5 to 1000 mm).
Part Max Width W(MILLIMETERS):-
- Enter maximum developed length after flat pattern in(mm). (5 to 1000 mm).
Sheet Thickness T(MILLIMETERS):-
- Enter sheet thickness which is required to form a part in (mm). (0.3 to 4.06 mm).

E) Process Specific Information

Cutting Perimeter(mm):-
-We have shown the calculated cutting perimeter as per the given dimensions, If the user wants to override the perimeter, then enter Total Cutting Perimeter in (20 to 281423.52 mm).
o Rectangular Perimeter = 2 × (length + width)
o Circular Perimeter = 2 x π x r
o Triangular Perimeter = Sum of all sides = a + b + c
o Most parts are irregularly shaped and require a combination of rectangles, circles, and triangles.
Bending Length(mm):-
- Based on the user inputs for part dimensions entered by the user the Bending length is auto-calculated with assumptions. The result is shown adjacent to the input box. The user can override the calculated value by entering the Bending length in the Input Box.

F) Select Secondary Processes

Deburring :-
- Click the checkbox to select the process if process is applicable in users operation.
o Burden Rate for Deburring Process($): Select Burden Rate for the Deburring Process(Minimum = $20, Maximum = $60).
Another Secondary Process :-
- Click the checkbox to select the secondary process if any other process is applicable in users operation.
o Process Name – Any process which we want to add on.
o Cycle Time of the Generic Secondary Process (Sec) – (0.5 – 300 Sec).
o Burden Rate for Generic Secondary Process ($).