How the Cold Drawing Process Works
During the steel cold drawing process, Hot Roll Steel is pulled through carbide dies which have been contoured to the exact shape of the part you need. The drawing process reduces the size of the material and can change the shape. Several passes may be required through smaller and smaller dies depending on the final shape, or the complexity of the finished product.
Why consider the cold drawn profiles?
- Are you sick of watching your valuable equipment perform non-value-added machine steps?
- If you are wasting machine time creating scrap instead of finished parts.
- If you're stressed about acquiring new assets to expand your capacity with long-term financing implications.
- Are you losing parts to competitors and need to increase profitability?
- Do you need to improve cash flow by reducing the financial burden of (WIP) work in process inventory?
- Do you need to turn your cash into revenue faster?
Special Shapes and Profiles
By manufacturing a near net finished shape to your specifications we can help you produce a more efficient manufacturing process. This would allow you to focus your valuable machine time on finishing precision machined parts better, faster, cheaper.