Waterbury Contract Eyelets & Stampings, Inc. was recently contracted to produce a series of press stamped mild steel motor covers for a client from the electrical industry based in Rockland, Massachusetts. Since deep drawn stamping was not required to complete this project, we, instead, employed our 22 ton Niagara Obi press to create this part. With our technology, we were able to stamp the whole form of the part in one efficient machining operation while upholding a .002 inch precision tolerance. Motor voltages and amperages were also stamped into each component.
Constructed from mild steel, the press stamped motor covers measured 1.969 inches in length, 1.384 inches in width, and .577 inches in height, with a .033 inch wall thickness. Each unit possessed two mounting holes measuring .156 inches in diameter. Using a series of calipers and micrometers, we also inspected all covers, ensuring that they met precise dimensional specifications.
Employing our press stamping technology, we were able to construct our client's mild steel motor covers using one efficient stamping operation. Providing timely, top-notch service, our stamping operations exceeded all our client's expectations for efficiency and quality.