Published 15-04-2021
| Article appears in October 2020 Issue

PRECISION METAL STAMPING FOR HIGH QUALITY OUTPUT

06-10-2020

When your machine assembly line needs to deliver high volumes and high quality precisions metal stamping is the way to go.

The versatility and competitive prices of stamped components make them ideal for low, medium and high volume machine assembly operations.

The challenge is selecting the right precision stamping manufacturer to create the parts you need.

Freeing you up to concentrate on production and continual improvement. So with over 100 years of experience in precision stamping and washer manufacturing, Bokers Inc sets the standard, providing industry with customs stamped components to meet your design and production criteria.

From 3D printed prototypes to the final product customs stamped components require a fraction of the time to produce when compared to machine component parts, reducing lead time demands and boosting production agility

Bokers in-house tool department and cmc produced tooling gives you total control of dimensions or tolerances and their cad cam capabilities could create precisely sized complex dimensional profiles of the finished product. So you know you’re getting exactly what you need.

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www.bokers.com

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