Fine blanking is a sheet metal machining technology.
It allows manufacturing ready-to-use functional components thanks to high-precision, perfectly and smoothly cut surfaces.
The process is based on the combination of triple-acting presses, special materials and dies.
This offers several advantages, such as low flatness values, hardening of blanked surfaces and high angular precision.
Furthermore, this technology allows blanking of very thick (1 to 16 mm) metals, bending, sizing, drawing and shaping of other three-dimensional geometric forms as well as other complex profiles, with high accuracy.
This technology can therefore be applied to many fields, where there is a need to mass-produce high-performance metal components.