|Product Description||We had to stamp and assemble 6 different components to create these steel doors.|
|Capabilities Applied/Processes||Die Manufacturing
Manufacture a Blanking and Progressive Die
Progressive & Single Hit Dies
|Equipment Used to Manufacture Part||90 Ton Bruderer
75 Ton Bruderer
|Overall Part Dimensions||Material Thickness: .022"
Length: 1" to 72"
Width: 2" to 3"
Parallelism of .010
|Material Used||Cold Rolled Steel (CRS)|
|Max Material Finish||Galvanized|
|In process testing/inspection performed||Dimensional Inspection
|Estimated Part Weight||1.86 to 4.39 lbs|
|Industry for Use||Commercial Refrigeration|
|Quantity||Stampings: 24,000 Units
Assemblies: 4,600 Units
|Delivery Location||Conyers, Georgia|
|Standards Met||Customer supplied print, 2D CAD Drawing|
|Product Name||Steel Door Assembly|
Commercial Refrigeration Doors
A customer in the commercial refrigeration industry approached Evans Tool & Die to machine stamp and assemble steel doors. The process of metal stamping and assembly included six different components. First, we manufactured both a blanking die and a progressive die. Next, we stamped the progressive and single hit dies. Finally, we assembled the products. Throughout the processes we used a 90-ton and a 75-ton Bruderer machine press.
Made of galvanized cold rolled steel, the parts weighed between 1.86 and 4.39 pounds. They ranged from 1 inch to 72 inches long, from 2 to 3 inches wide, and were .022 inches thick. We performed a series of tests and a full dimensional inspection before sending the completed products to Conyers, Georgia. Each year, the very satisfied customer orders 24,000 units and 4,600 units of the stampings and assemblies, respectively.
For more information about this project, or to learn more about our other products, please contact Evans Tool & Die.
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