Global markets shift and evolve at an incredibly rapid pace. These shifts necessitate the production of large quantities of complex parts as quickly and accurately as possible. This is where metal stamping comes into play.

Metal stamping is one of many metal fabrication processes available today. It’s used to convert flat metal sheets into specific shapes. The process offers several benefits, such as:

  • Short lead times
  • Cost-effectiveness
  • High volume capabilities

At Mardek, LLC we offer precision metal stamping manufacturing capabilities that encompass the entire range of stamping technologies. Our services include:

  • Progressive and compound die
  • Continuous strip
  • Deep draw
  • Fine blanking

We complete all jobs from start to finish. We provide the resources and services for your project to substantially decrease your costs for tooling and parts.

The Metal Stamping Process

Metal stamping offers several unique opportunities as a production method. Its ability to produce complex parts quickly and in mass quantities makes it ideal for big projects with tight time constraints.

Because the production process is so repetitive in nature, parts can be produced with high quality and repeatable accuracy. We also offer selection from a diverse range of raw materials, including:

  • Aluminum
  • Copper
  • Carbon steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Nickel and nickel alloys
  • Ferrous and non-ferrous metals

In addition to material versatility, metal stamping allows for the creation of a multitude of complex components such as:

  • Parts with intricate features
  • Parts made from high-strength materials
  • Miniature parts
  • Heavy-gauge parts that involve shape and surface critical features

A host of industries utilize metal stamped parts for a wide variety of applications, including:

  • General appliances
  • Electronics
  • Railroads
  • HVAC
  • Automotive


Our Metal Stamping Capabilities

Over the years, Mardek has built and earned a reputation with customers as a reliable partner in offshore manufacturing services. Unlike other offshore manufacturing service providers who often leave you in the dark to deal with foreign vendors and stakeholders, our clients interface exclusively and directly with our U.S. office.

We have an expert team of engineers, projects managers, and customer service personnel in place to assist clients with process and design questions. Our team provides clients with local support throughout the entirety of the offshore metal stamping manufacturing process.

At Mardek, our expertise in stamping services include:

  • Compound blanking
    Flat pieces of raw material cut the desired shape of metal stamping parts.
  • Forming
    Forming dies modify pierced blanks through deforming an object into the desired geometrics of the finished part. No material is removed during this process.
  • Piercing stamping
    A process that relies on shearing to form metal. A punch and die work together to create a hole in a finished blank.
  • Progressive die stamping
    This metal forming process is widely used in the production of parts for a wide range of industries including the automotive, electronic, and home appliance industries.
  • Deep drawn stamping
    Parts are drawn into a die cavity. The depth of the recess is equal to or greater than the minimum part width.

In our efforts to ensure we are a one-stop shop for our clients, we’re also able to offer a range of value-added services, such as:

  • Stamping assemblies
  • Plating
  • Painting
  • Powder coating
  • Machining
  • Assembly

Mardek LLC is a leader in end-to-end offshore metal stamping manufacturing services. Our customers know they can depend on us and our comprehensive supply chain to meet all delivery and specification requirements. Contact us today to learn more about the manufacturing services that we offer and how they can benefit your organization.

Our expertise in Stamping Services includes:

  • Compound Blanking, Forming, and Piercing Stamping
  • Progressive Die Stamping
  • Deep Drawn Stamping
  • Stamping Assemblies
  • Plating
  • Painting
  • Powder Coating
  • Machining
  • Assembly