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Good metal stamping manufacturers know the importance of pre-order consultations and are willing to take the time to work through every project to make sure each part meets your needs in the most economical and efficient manner possible.


At the same time, customers also need to understand the importance of taking the time to talk through a project to get the best value from the metal stamping manufacturers they work with.


Metal Stamping Manufacturers

Pre-order discussions with your metal stamping provider can result in parts produced at lower costs in less time while still meeting or exceeding your needs.


Topics to cover during these discussions include:

  • The part's final use and the environment it will be used in.
  • The desired look and finish.
  • The length of the job's run -- limited or unlimited or somewhere in between.
  • The sequence of operations the metal stamping manufacturer will use.
  • The specifications your company created for the part.


Be open to discussing and reviewing every facet of your project. Experienced metal stamping manufacturers often can recommend different materials, processes or other requirements that will make the final product even better or at least less expensive.


But don't be afraid to insist on certain specs, if you're certain they're absolutely critical to the project's success. A good metal stamping provider will listen to your concerns and explain the ramifications clearly to allow you to make an informed choice about your part's production.


Service Stampings has spent more than 50 years, listening to customers, providing expert design and engineering guidance and creating the cost-effective, well-crafted parts their customers require. Because we take the time to work with our clients to create the best parts possible, Service Stampings has become a trusted leader among metal stamping manufacturers.


Contact us now to learn more about the advantages of working with Service Stampings.


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