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Deep Draw

Drawn Metal Components

Enjoy the benefits of deep drawn components, and our ability to consistently produce your products:

Deep Drawn Custom Precision Metal Stampings

  • Low material consumption
  • Less costly tooling
  • Complex shapes made easy
  • Lower weight, thinner walls
  • Simpler tooling
  • Lower scrap
  • One piece construction
  • Fewer costly secondary operations
  • Slots, side holes, flaring, flanges, knurling, tabs, and beads - all in the press

Part Design and Manufacturing Flexibility

We excel in the production of deep drawn parts in a variety of dimensional requirements and materials. 

Deep Drawn Metal StampingWe can fabricate parts out of materials such as:

  • Stainless steel
  • Cold rolled steel
  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Bronze
  • Nickel alloys
  • Pre-plated materials
  • Nickel
  • Electro-zinc plated Steels
  • Titanium
  • Zinc Clad Aluminum

Deep drawn components require the intricate matching and interrelating of many metalworking skills. Generally, parts are "deep drawn" when they are as long as, if not twice or more, of their width, and generally in a closed or near-closed shape, such as a cup, cone, tube, nozzle, and cap.

Deep Drawn Stampings

Deep drawn forming is often defined as forming through tension rather than bending. Deep drawing is a cold forming process of a flat (often, pre-cut blank) metal into a hollow shape without thinning, wrinkling, splitting, fracturing, or delaminating.

Difficult features, such as flaring, slitting, and slotting can be accomplished via deep drawing, making deep drawn components economical in cost, material usage, and with high yield.

All of our tool design, building, and part manufacturing take place at our Owensboro facilities.

Our integrated approach shortens tooling development and improves manufacturability. Our designers quickly move from CAD to the press to test concepts, optimize performance, and shorten project times. Our designers focus intensively on your critical dimensional performance.

Joining & Assembly

Deep Drawn Stamping and Assembly

We assemble your stamped parts with capabilities that include brazing, welding, and staking.

The Hines Group also integrates our deep drawn parts with secondary processes, such as: cleaning, heat treating, plating, etching, and painting.

We can complete your assembly to fit your packaging requirements including bar coding, packaging, and consigned inventory.

Process Conversion

The Hines Group also excels in the value engineering conversion of deep drawn parts from other production methods such as welded assemblies, screw machining, tubing, and spinning.


Drawn parts with difficult ribs and dimensional requirements

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- Precision Metal Stamping
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