Of the various types of stamping, Aiei Sangyo’s biggest forte is that of drawing. Through drawing, crews make products free of creases and deformations by lowering or raising the tension on the sheet and making fine adjustments of speed or other factors. Highly difficult adjustments must be made in respect of the dies, stamping speed, and lubrication, and the process therefore requires refined technical skills on the processing side. These skills have made it possible to produce the whole line of stamped parts and components needed by automobiles.
Our metal stamping facilities consist of a large line (300–700 t) and medium-to-small-scale line (35–200 t). They are designed to put out finished products beginning right from the materials. Our 800- and 600-t large-scale transfer presses and progressive presses enable us to turn out stamped items in large quantities. We can handle iron, aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, and other metals. The facilities accommodate materials with a thickness in the range of 0.8–12 mm and product size of up to about 1.2 m.