Heavy Metal Stamping
We provide efficient, quality-driven metal stamping services for a variety of market segments utilizing innovative equipment and knowledgeable personnel. Our in-house tool room allows us to build precision progressive dies for production stamping, which ensures the most efficient solution for even the most complex tooling requirements and intricate part designs. Industries we serve include aerospace, appliance, automotive, electric vehicle, electrical equipment, electronics, lighting, military and defense, solar, structural building components and telecommunications, among others.
Our progressive die heavy stamping department uses press equipment from Minster, a leading metal forming equipment solutions provider. Minster technology allows us to manufacture reliable stamped parts that meet your specification or requirement on time, every time. Stamping features include automated in-die assembled, bi-metal, coated, coined, compliant pin (eye of the needle), countersunk, critical dimensions, EB welded, embossed, enameled, eyelets, flat, formed, heat-treated, IDC slots, inlay, multiple stamping, numbering, precious metal plated, reeled, shape critical, skived, strain relief, surface critical, surface mounted, tapped, threaded, tip coin and tuning forks.
Get reliable and cost-efficient parts with precision progressive die heavy stamping from Wiegel Tool Works.
Our Production Parts
Wiegel Tool Works produces a variety of precision metal stampings made from copper, precious metal and ferrous metals. We specialize in manufacturing of both precision electrical connectors and non-electrical parts that are used in our world’s most demanded consumer products and essentials.
Family owned and operated since 1941, we’ve designed production tooling and mass-produced a range of custom, precision metal stampings with progressive die heavy stamping including:
- Brake Components
- Engine Components
- Furniture Parts
- Heat Sinks
- Lead Frames
- Seat Belt Buckle (Steel Tongue)
- Selective Plated Lead Frames
- Selective Plated Terminals
- Transmission Components
- Transmission Lead Frames
- Wire and Cable Connectors
Although each metal has its own blend of mechanical, chemical and surface properties, our knowledgeable engineering and production teams have decades of experience and can achieve optimum results from a variety of metals. Our team develops the right tooling techniques to ensure the unique properties of any metal are yielding exactly what our customers require for their metal stampings. Material types we commonly work with include:
- Phospor Bronze
- Beryllium Copper
- Stainless Steel
- Carbon Steel
- Galvanized Steel
Part Specifications Include:
- Minimum Part Length/Width: 0.25 in (6.35 mm)
- Maximum Part Length/Width: 24 in (609.6 mm)
- Part Diameter: 0.25 in (6.35 mm) to 24 in (609.6 mm)
- Part Thickness: .008 in (.2 mm) to .375 in (9 mm)
- Tolerance: +/- .001 in (+/- .025 mm)
Equipment Capabilities Include:
- Press Rating: 100 to 450 tons
- Press Speed: up to 140 strokes/min (spm) on conventional presses, up to 250 spm on servo presses and up to 400 spm on hybrid (adjustable stroke) presses
- Maximum Press Stroke: 8.5 in (215 mm)
- Maximum Press Bed Length: 120 in (3,048 mm)
- Maximum Press Bed Width: 55 in (1,397 mm)
We Prioritize customer satisfaction
At Wiegel Tool Works, our utmost priority is customer satisfaction with the quality and integrity of our parts. In-die sensors, press monitoring systems, camera vision systems and a dedicated inspection team ensure parts leaving the production line exceed customer expectations.
The press monitoring system tracks production OEE and offers real-time data feedback reporting from every press on the shop floor. Data collected is used to drive efficiency and eliminate downtime so raw material is processed through machines quicker, parts are coming off the presses at accelerated speeds and parts are delivered and in the hands of our customers on time. As an advanced quality measure, multiple in-die sensors and in-line camera vision systems inspect critical dimensions of all running parts at high speed and high accuracy to eliminate error and ensure the consistent delivery of quality parts.
Wiegel Tool Works invests in cutting-edge technology to drive process efficiencies and produce high-quality and cost-effective product. We operate progressive die metal stamping technology from Minster and Bruderer, the leaders in stamping automation technology and equipment. Our enhanced manufacturing equipment is capable of producing with more precision and accuracy and can achieve complex geometries and tighter tolerances. We also have a dedicated automation department that develops in-die sensor technology and camera vision systems used to incorporate quality assurance through all phases of stamping production. With a committed team, innovative equipment and superior quality control, Wiegel Tool Works can provide progressive die high-speed stamping and heavy stamping services that turnaround reliable parts on-time and on-budget.
Wiegel Tool Works is known for building partnerships through a “co-engineered” approach to collaboratively address design and manufacturing challenges alongside our customers. Together, with customer engineering and sourcing teams, we are routinely able to co-develop solutions and bring cost saving ideas to complex projects. It is our goal to optimize efficiency on every project by seamlessly bridging the workflow between the customer and Wiegel Tool Works. Decades of experience has proven to us that the most cost-effective manufacturing strategies synergize the best engineering practices at both the customer and at Wiegel Tool Works. We continually strive to be a premier service provider and invaluable resource to each customer by helping to drive efficiencies in all moving parts of a project.
It’s our mission to offer premier metal stamping and metal forming solutions to the most challenging and innovative engineering product designs. We combine advanced metal stamping production and tooling equipment, superior quality controls, seamless automation and production processes, and a knowledgeable and experienced team to serve an array of market segments.
With Zeiss CMMs, OGP smart scopes and dedicated sensor and camera vision system technology to monitor stamping parts in and off production lines, our customers know quality assurance is our number one priority. We are IATF and ISO certified and have a dedicated quality lab and inspection team responsible for maintaining quality control at the greatest extent.Learn More
Wiegel Tool Works lives by the philosophy of embracing the latest technology. We have regular technology updates and new equipment acquisitions so we can always have the necessary tools to develop breakthrough techniques and processes and deliver quality parts.Learn More
Supply Chain Management
From the very bottom of the supply chain, we manage product material, metal stamping production, pre- and post- stamping operations as well as product handling, tactical scheduling, logistics and delivery. Wiegel Tool Works helps manufacturing customers reduce their supply base by offering assistance in all phases of metal stamping production from early design concepts to tooling to production of finished stampings and assemblies. Customers can track projects with real-time updates and keep all teams aligned with project goals.Learn More
Wiegel Tool Works Expands Operations To A New Facility Located in Elk Grove Village, IL
Wiegel Tool Works expanded their operations to an additional facility located in Elk Grove Village, IL to create more room for manufacturing and warehousing, while also adding new jobs for manufacturing.Read More
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Wiegel Tool Works creates a successful program solution for their customer offering design modifications and suggestions for cost savings on an EV battery and engine prototype and production program.Read More
Wiegel Tool Works Wins the Small-Medium Manufacturer of the Year Award
mHUB and DMDII presents Wiegel Tool Works as the winner of the Small-Medium Manufacturer of the Year Award at the Fourth Revolution Awards Ceremony.Read More