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Deep Drawn Parts


Deep Drawn Parts are generally defined as components with lengths measuring greater than or equal to one half (1/2) of their diameter. These parts are most often manufactured in transfer presses, where the machine carries the part through a series of operations which progressively form it from a flat strip of metal into a three-dimensional shape. The process of deep drawing work hardens the metal, resulting in a seamless finished part that is stronger than the base material utilized.