Deep Drawing and Stamping With Copper

Deep Drawing is one of our most popular processes at Toledo Metal Spinning Company. We are able to run large numbers of parts in a short amount of time, with extreme accuracy and precision. Copper has great malleability, meaning it can be stretched without breaking, which is ideal for Deep Drawing. Copper can be shaped into a simple cup or pan, or a complex shape to be used as housing for electrical components. Because of copper’s electrical and thermal conductivity properties, deep drawn parts are very useful in electrical and heat-dissipating applications. Copper is also corrosion resistant, which enables it to be used in many different environments. While Copper is one of the easier metals to deep draw, there are still key variables that need to be taken into consideration for a successful and accurate final product.

Copper has very high corrosion resistance, which can be taken advantage of in many ways. It is a very useful metal for marine structures including piers, jetties, docks and other architectural features. When copper is used for plating of these structures, their life expectancy greatly increases.

Copper also has antimicrobial properties. Copper containers carrying water are less prone to algae growth and slime formation than other materials. This makes copper an ideal material for making industrial cooking equipment such as pans, bowls, or kettles, or medical devices that hold liquids.

Typical Uses for Copper

  • Food Production Equipment 
  • Vessels
  • Containers 
  • Canisters 
  • Pans 

Other Benefits of Copper

  • High electrical conductivity
  • High ductility
  • Good heat conductivity
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Easily Machinable
  • Antimicrobial Properties
  • Non-Magnetic
  • High Deformation Resistance


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