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The bending process is one of the common processing stamping methods, it refers to the forming method that a sheet and coil is bent into various shape and angle of parts.

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OEM Metal Bending Parts Company
OEM Metal Bending Parts Company

The structured shape, size, precision, materials, and technical requirements of bending parts must be conformed to the requirements of the bending process. Various shapes such as U-shaped bending and V-shaped bending, cap-shaped parts, arc-shaped parts, etc can be made through the bending process. As a China metal stamping parts factory, Orienson can provide solutions with a reasonable process, high precision, and low manufacturing cost according to customer requirements, we always commit to reducing production cost, improving quality, and improving product yield, welcome your consultation.

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Types of Custom Metal Bending Stamping Parts

2mm Thickness SPCC Metal Stamping with High Quality Precision

2mm Thickness SPCC Metal Stamping with High Quality Precision

2mm Thickness SPCC Metal Stamping with High Quality Precision

Material:0.2mm-5mm Steel(SPCC-SD/SPCC-SB/DC01/SPCE/1075/DT4E) Processing services:CNC machining, metal stamping molding, metal plating, heat treatment, passivation, grinding, radium carvings and other surface treatment.

0.6mm Thickness OEM H65 Copper Metal Stamping Bending Parts

0.6mm Thickness OEM H65 Copper Metal Stamping Bending Parts

0.6mm Thickness OEM H65 Copper Metal Stamping Bending Parts

Material:0.1mm-5mm Copper Alloy(C10100/C11000 /C22000/C26000/C26800/C36000/C7025/C51000/C17200) Processing services:CNC machining, metal stamping molding, metal plating, heat treatment, passivation, grinding, radium carvings and other surface treatment.

1.5mm Thickness Steel Stamping Bending Parts

1.5mm Thickness Steel Stamping Bending Parts

1.5mm Thickness Steel Stamping Bending Parts

Material:0.2mm-5mm Steel(SPCC-SD/SPCC-SB/DC01/SPCE/1075/DT4E) Processing services:CNC machining, metal stamping molding, metal plating, heat treatment, passivation, grinding, radium carvings and other surface treatment.

0.8mm Thickness OEM Copper Alloy Punch Forming Bending Components

0.8mm Thickness OEM Copper Alloy Punch Forming Bending Components

0.8mm Thickness OEM Copper Alloy Punch Forming Bending Components

Material:0.1mm-5mm Copper Alloy(C10100/C11000 /C22000/C26000/C26800/C36000/C7025/C51000/C17200) Processing services:CNC machining, metal stamping molding, metal plating, heat treatment, passivation, grinding, radium carvings, and other surface treatment.

0.65mm Thickness H65 Copper Metal Parts for Electrical Accessory

0.65mm Thickness H65 Copper Metal Parts for Electrical Accessory

0.65mm Thickness H65 Copper Metal Parts for Electrical Accessory

Material:0.1mm-5mm Copper Alloy(C10100/C11000 /C22000/C26000/C26800/C36000/C7025/C51000/C17200) Processing services:CNC machining, metal stamping molding, metal plating, heat treatment, passivation, grinding, radium carvings and other surface treatment.

0.46mm Thickness Custom Steel Bending Part

0.46mm Thickness Custom Steel Bending Part

0.46mm Thickness Custom Steel Bending Part

Material:0.2mm-5mm Steel(SPCC-SD/SPCC-SB/DC01/SPCE/1075/DT4E) Processing services:CNC machining, metal stamping molding, metal plating, heat treatment, passivation, grinding, radium carvings and other surface treatment.




Benefits of Metal Bending Processes



Metal bending processes offer a number of benefits over other methods of metal fabrication. Some of the key benefits include:


Versatility: Metal bending techniques can be used to produce a wide range of shapes and sizes, making them suitable for a variety of applications in different industries.


Cost-effectiveness: Metal bending processes are generally more cost-effective than other methods of metal fabrication, such as casting or forging.


Precision: Metal bending techniques can produce highly precise and repeatable bends, making them ideal for applications that require high accuracy and consistency.


Efficiency: Metal bending processes are generally faster and more efficient than other methods of metal fabrication, allowing manufacturers to produce large quantities of parts in a relatively short amount of time.


Strength: Metal bending can increase the strength of metal parts by distributing stress more evenly across the part, making it less prone to cracking or breaking under stress.


Customization: Metal bending techniques can be easily customized to meet the specific needs of different applications, allowing manufacturers to produce parts that are tailored to their customer's requirements.


At Orienson, we specialize in custom metal bending and OEM metal stamping. We can provide you with the right solution for your specific application requirements. Our team of experts works closely with customers to understand their needs and develop customized solutions that meet their exact specifications. We use the latest equipment and techniques to ensure that every metal bending part we produce meets the highest standards of quality and durability.





What is Metal Bending?



Metal bending is a manufacturing process that involves deforming a metal workpiece to create a specific shape or angle. The process is used to produce a wide range of metal products, including brackets, frames, enclosures, and other components.


Metal bending can be performed using a variety of techniques, including press braking, roll bending, and tube bending. Press braking involves pressing a metal sheet or plate between a punch and die to create a bend. Roll bending uses a set of rollers to gradually bend a metal workpiece into a specific shape. Tube bending involves bending a metal tube using a mandrel and a set of rollers.


Metal bending is often used in conjunction with other manufacturing processes, such as metal stamping, welding, and machining, to produce complex metal parts with high precision and accuracy. It is a versatile process that can be used with a wide range of metals, including steel, aluminum, copper, and brass.






Metal Bending Parts Techniques



Metal bending can be performed using a variety of techniques, each of which has its own unique advantages and limitations. Some of the most common metal bending techniques include:


Press braking: This technique involves using a press brake to apply force to a metal workpiece, bending it into a specific shape. Press braking is commonly used for bending flat sheets of metal, and is ideal for producing precise, repeatable bends.


Roll bending: Roll bending uses a set of rollers to gradually bend a metal workpiece into a specific shape. This technique is commonly used for bending large sections of metal, such as pipes or beams, and can produce highly accurate, repeatable bends.


Tube bending: Tube bending involves bending a metal tube using a mandrel and a set of rollers. This technique is ideal for producing complex, three-dimensional shapes, and is commonly used in applications such as automotive and aerospace manufacturing.


Rotary draw bending: Rotary draw bending involves clamping a metal workpiece in place and using a rotating die to bend it into a specific shape. This technique is commonly used for producing highly precise, repeatable bends in small-diameter tubes and pipes.


Stretch bending: Stretch bending involves stretching a metal workpiece over a form to produce a bend. This technique is commonly used for producing large, sweeping bends in sheet metal and other thin materials.







Custom Metal Bending Suitable Materials



Custom metal bending parts can be performed on a wide range of materials, including:


Steel: Steel is one of the most commonly used metals for metal bending due to its strength, durability, and versatility. It can be easily bent using a variety of techniques and is suitable for a wide range of applications.


Aluminum: Aluminum is a lightweight, corrosion-resistant metal that is commonly used in the aerospace, automotive, and construction industries. It is easy to bend and can be formed into complex shapes with high precision.


Copper: Copper is a soft, ductile metal that is commonly used in electrical and plumbing applications. Copper stamping parts are easy to bend and can be formed into a wide range of shapes with high precision.


Brass: Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc that is commonly used in decorative and architectural applications. It is easy to bend and can be formed into intricate shapes with high precision.


Stainless steel: Stainless steel is a corrosion-resistant alloy of steel that is commonly used in applications that require high strength and durability. It can be bent using a variety of techniques, but may require more force than other materials.



Bending Parts Design

For the shape of simple bending stamping parts, such as V-shaped, U-shaped, L-shaped, Z-shaped, etc., we can adopt bending once-forming. For bending parts with complex shapes, it is generally necessary to adopt multiple bending forming.

As deformation will affect the shape accuracy of multi-angle bending parts, we generally bend the outer angle first and then bend the inner angle. The first bending should be set aside some reliable positioning for the next bending to ensure the first bending shape would be not destroyed by the next bending.

The work blank of metal bending parts with asymmetric structure is prone to deviation during the bending process,  we should try to adopt the technique by curving in pairs and then cutting apart.

Bending times and working arrangements of bending parts must be considered comprehensively according to the complexity of the workpiece shape, material performance, precision requirements, and the size of the production batch.  A reasonable bending process can reduce bending times, simplify die structure, and improve workpiece quality and productivity.

Bending Parts Design

What is the Common Defects and Technological Countermeasures of Bending Parts

High Quality
High Quality

Bending is a common process in stamping parts. In view of bending defects, Orienson adopts corresponding effective process measures through process control and prevention to improve the quality of the workpiece.

The Size Of The Pressing Parts After Bending Is Not Up To Standard Or The Shape Of The Deviation
The Size Of The Pressing Parts After Bending Is Not Up To Standard Or The Shape Of The Deviation

The processed materials have a certain resilience, among which stainless steel stamping parts and spring steel are particularly obvious, so the resilience of the material must be taken into account before opening the mold.

The Product Surface Quality Is Poor
The Product Surface Quality Is Poor

The poor surface quality of bending parts is mainly: scratch, strain, concave, and so on. This is mainly due to the bad mold surface finish, unreasonable heat treatment, too small or damaged bending mold rounded corner. Besides, this phenomenon can be caused if the use of inappropriate thickness of the processed material or the material is unqualified.

The Bending Crack
The Bending Crack

The crack is one of the most common problems of the stamping metal bending part. The main reasons for this phenomenon are as follows:  

1. Improper material selection  

2. Improper selection of bending direction  

3. Too small rounded corners of the molds  

4. Excessive friction

Bending Parts Applications

Bending is the most common processing method in the stamping industry. Its metal stamping parts are widely used in the automobile industry, electronic and electrical industry, communication fiber industry, the energy development industry, and so on. Orienson has 20 years of industry experience in stamping and metal stamping die making, adhering to the manufacturing spirit of stamping craftsmen, In strict accordance with TS16949 standards to develop new product development, quality control, lean production management, and TPM management related production management process. We commit to meeting our customers' requirements with the best quality, welcome customers who need stamping parts to consult more details.

Bending Parts Applications

Types of Custom Metal Bending Stamping Parts

OEM H65 Copper 0.6mm Thickness Customized Product Manufacturer Metal Stamping Bending Parts
1.5mm Thickness Steel  Stamping Parts Bending Part
0.65mm Thickness H65 Copper Metal Parts for Electrical Accessory
Steel Bending Part 0.46mm Thickness Custom Metal Stampings
2mm Thickness SPCC Metal Stamping with High Quality Precision



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