Leading Manufacturer, Supplier & Retailer of Base Mold, Front Boom Bracket, Progressive Die Stamped Steel Frame, Dimpled Annular and Rear Mounting Assembly Bracket.
At Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company, we specialize in meeting the manufacturing needs of some of the most demanding industries. Aluminum Alloy Drawn Basin Sectors such as the medical industry require extreme precision, and tight adherence to complex specifications. The project shown here highlights our ability to meet these challenges, and is an example of how skilled machinists and advanced manufacturing processes can create cost-effective precision products.
As an industry leading provider of progressive die stamped products, Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company has the capabilities to stamp complex tight tolerance components, quickly and economically. This front boom mounting bracket, manufactured for a repeat customer in the audiovisual industry, fully utilized these capabilities.
At Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company we specialize in providing innovative solutions that deliver efficient, cost-effective, progressive die stamped products for our customers. Steel Frame The part highlighted here is part of a 10 component assembly used in a mobile computer cart; due to their complex geometries, we performed a Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to ensure structural integrity.
The project highlighted here is for an automotive industry customer, and was designed for use in an exhaust system. This ring shaped automotive component is also known as a 4” dimpled annular, and requires not only precision die stamping, but the durability to stand up to very harsh conditions.
The project highlighted here exemplifies our ability to provide progressive die stamping as well as a number of ancillary processes. This flexibility, in-depth process, and industry knowledge makes Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company a single source solution for progressive die stamped components and assemblies.
Using aluminum killed, draw quality, cold rolled steel, this terminal box was developed using our deep drawn stamping process and hard tooling provided by our customer. Deep Drawn Stamping As a special feature, a 3.6 inch-tall drawn shell was manufactured. The terminal box measured 5.4 inches long, 4.4 inches wide, and 3.6 inches, tall, with a material thickness of .042 inches (19 gauge). Throughout the process, the tightest tolerance maintained was +- .003 inches. Sanding was applied as a secondary process, and the entire project took three to four weeks to conduct.
To manufacture this ceiling tray assembly, cold rolled steel and CQ were cut using hard tooling. In order to ensure adhesion, heat was properly applied during spot-welding. Steel Wall Mounting Simultaneously, welds were monitored for aesthetic appeal, smoothness, and proper depth. The tightest tolerance held during this process was +- .0025. The material measured .075 inches in thickness, 26 inches in length, 26 inches in width, and 1.13 inches tall. The custom fabrication project took three to four weeks to complete, and is appropriate for flat screen wall mounting.