WHAT'S THE LEAD TIME FOR A SET OF PROGRESSIVE DIE IN ORIENSON?
Progressive die stamping combines a series of metal modification techniques, such as blanking, bending, inside-die tapping, inside-die riveting and forming, ect. By utilizing the complex progressive die stamping for their production operations, a company can expect various benefits, including:
High Speed: With a continual feed of material, progressive stamping machines operate at lowest cycle times per part for high volumes
Materials Efficiency: less scrap/metal wastage by optimizing tool design.
High Repeatability: The high precision progressive dies enhanced repeatability, fewer failed parts/products
Quick Setup: one set-up, multiple operations
Less Downtime: As fewer tooling changes, longer production runs, which help to enhance production efficiency.
Low Cost: Both lower labor and parts cost by applying progressive die stamping, less operators are needed to monitor machines and these factors combine to reduce the per part cost of parts manufactured by progressive stamping.
Generally, Orienson can provide prototype sample within 25 calendar days. Die design within 7 days, 12 days for manufacturing, 3 days for assembly, 3 days for testing and modification.