Stamping parts, bending parts and deep-drawing parts made of non-ferrous metal
Stamped parts, bent parts and deep-drawn parts made of non-ferrous metals such as lead, tin and zinc each have specific properties that make them interesting for different application contexts. As an experienced manufacturer of workpieces, we know the individual properties of the respective materials and will be pleased to advise you on which metal is best suited for your purposes. Below you will find some initial information.
Stamped, bent and deep-drawn parts of non-ferrous metal – lead
Lead has always been used for radiation protection due to its high density. Even today, various lead workpieces are used in medical technology, radiology and research. Lead also occupies a special position for stamping parts, bending parts and deep-drawing parts made of non-ferrous metals, since its relatively high weight makes it suitable for certain applications in mechanical engineering or the automotive sector. For example, lead components are ideally suited as vibration dampers. In addition, lead is still used today in the military as a component of ammunition.
Stamped, bent and deep-drawn parts of non-ferrous metals – tin and zinc
Tin, on the other hand, has completely different properties than lead for stamped parts, bent parts and deep-drawn parts made of non-ferrous metal. Tin is often a component of modern materials used in electrical and information technology. In the form of tinplate, however, tin is also used in the food industry – for example as a material for preserves. Zinc also has very good mechanical properties. This makes the material suitable for a wide range of applications. These include automotive accessories as well as machine and apparatus engineering, fittings, parts for the sanitary industry, for precision equipment and electrical engineering and for metal toys as well as many household utensils.