60~70% of the world's steel products are plates, most of which are stamped into finished products. Car bodies, chassis, fuel tanks, radiator fins, boiler drums, container casings, motors, and electrical appliance core silicon steel sheets are all stamped. There are also a large number of stamped parts in products such as instruments and meters, household appliances, bicycles, office machinery, and living utensils.
Compared with castings and forgings, stamping parts are thin, uniform, light and strong. Stamping can produce workpieces with ribs, ribs, undulations or flanges that are difficult to manufacture by other methods to improve their rigidity. Due to the use of precision molds, the accuracy of the workpiece can reach micron level, with high repeatability and consistent specifications, and holes, bosses, etc. can be punched out.