Punching plastic office trim

Plastic trim used for office furniture was punched. The hole provides access to an electrical receptacle. One hole is punched per each cycle, allowing to cut multiple holes in strips several feet long.

Punching hole in truck mirror arm

Punching of molded plastic components is possible on odd shapes and surfaces. Punch and die can be designed to match the contour of the part and provide for clean cuts without leaving fractures behind.

Blanking PCB from board

Singulation of PCB components can be done with appropriate tooling can be far more cost effective than via other means of separation. Multiple pieces can be cut per one cycle.

Blank .005 inch thick coated copper

Foil and very thin sheet, metal or plastic, can be cut with precision dies. In this case, a carbon coated copper foil of 0.005" / 0.12 mm thickness was cut.

Punching gasket material

Gasket material can be cut with traditional dies or steel rule dies, which are more cost effective. Tooling is easily adapted to Schmidt Technology Presses.

 

Punching metal

Basic punching of metal and non-metal parts is possible. Thickness, material and part size is limited only by the press capacity. We offer great solutions for quick die change.

Punching brass

Punching brass parts is a common application. Thickness, material and part size is limited only by the press capacity. We offer great solutions for quick die change.

Punch carbon fiber

Punching carbon fiber, metal and other non-metallic parts is possible. Thickness, material and part size is limited only by the press capacity. We offer great solutions for quick die change.

Cut electrical terminal

Stamping of electrical contacts is ideal for Schmidt Technology presses. Tooling can be easily adpated and interchanged on the press.