Tool & Die Services

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"Your manufacturing problem is our opportunity to add value."

For over 40 years, Stampings of Minnesota has been providing our customers with In-house tool & die services. With decades of experience to draw on, our skilled craftsmen are the people you need to turn to for one-to-one customer service.

From prototyping to production runs, Stampings of Minnesota works closely with our customers to develop an optimal design that provides the functionality they require at a price within their budget.

Since we have wide range of customers in the aerospace and medical device industries, we offer stage and progressive tool design that can accommodate tolerances of +/- .001. Our customers in telecommunications and computer networking frequently require multiple-part assemblies that must be produced with multiple groups of tools. And, our customers in the consumer products and automotive industries rely on our prototyping capabilities as a dependable partner in their product development stages.

Our history of investing in state-of-the-art tool and die equipment enables us to move your new project from a concept in to production parts with unsurpassed speed and accuracy. In 2005 we added (2) Fanuc Wire EDM machines that provide unsurpassed speed and accuracy in our production process. Our equipment can provide a cutting speed of .3 inches-per-minute, and can work within a tolerance of +/- .0002 of an inch. As a result, our development time and product quality continue to be industry standards that are unparalleled on this continent and in Asia. Our systems can turn your file drawings (.dxf, .dwg, .step or .igs) into production parts with the latest computer and software advances. Currently our technical experts utilize the following programs:
  • Solidworks
  • Cadkey
  • Keycreator
  • Emetrix
  • SMP
Our cutting-edge technology and unmatched experience make Stampings of Minnesota's tool department an invaluable partner in your product development stage.
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