Stamping parts have high dimensional accuracy, the same size as the mold parts, and good interchangeability. No further machining is required to meet general assembly and use requirements. General auto parts are processed in this way.
Cold stampings are generally no longer machined or require only a small amount of machining. The accuracy and surface state of hot stamping parts are lower than those of cold stamping parts, but they are still better than castings and forgings, and the amount of machining is less. During the stamping process, since the surface of the material is not damaged, the stamping part has a good surface quality and a smooth and beautiful appearance, which provides convenient conditions for surface painting, electroplating, phosphating, and other surface treatments.
Stamping parts are produced by stamping under the premise of low material consumption. The parts are light in weight and good in rigidity. After the sheet is plastically deformed, the internal structure of the metal is improved, which improves the strength of the stamping parts.
Compared with castings and forgings, stamping parts are thin, uniform, light, and strong. Stamping can produce workpieces with ribs, ribs, undulations, or flanging that are difficult to manufacture by other methods to improve their rigidity.