The process of punching metal involves the removal of a scrap from the metal being worked on every time the punch goes through the punching die.
This process creates a hole in the metal workpiece. The essential features of the process of punching metal include the ability to create holes of different shapes in a quick manner. Also, the capacity to produce holes in both sheet and strip during high and medium production processes.
The process of punching metal forces a hardened steel punch into and through a workpiece. The size of the hole is determined by the diameter of the steel punch.
At GMP, we are highly experienced to work with different kinds of raw material including sheets and rolls and we work with various materials including stainless steel, aluminium, among many others. We can also use multiple punching to produce a complete part with just a single press.