Allied Tools specializes in deep drawing to form parts for a variety of industries, including petro-chemical and aviation. We fabricate low volume runs, from individual parts up to 1,500 parts using inexpensive tooling. We accommodate a blank size up to 25 inches, with a 26 gauge thickness to 1/2 inch thick on the deep draw.
Since 1941, our experienced team at Allied Tools has gained an excellent reputation from its long list of clients for producing complex deep drawn parts, including cylinders, boxes, enclosures, and irregular shapes from a wide range of materials for use in highly specialized applications in the oil and gas industry, aviation, etc., where there can be no room for error. Our zero defect policy ensures total customer satisfaction.
The Deep Drawing Process
The selected material is first cut into blanks. Our engineers then prepare each blank, depending on the type of metal / alloy to ensure the integrity of the material, which will prevent cracks or tears during the deep draw process.
The blanks are restrained in our state-of-the-art deep draw machines and the deep draw part is formed as the blank is drawn around the punch as it is pulled through the die. This process is repeated with multiple draws, reducing the diameter and increasing the height until the finished product meets or exceeds client specifications.
The Allied Tools Difference
For over seventy years our engineers have been producing deep drawn products for industries requiring consistent quality and dependability. We provide design and engineering expertise, excellent customer service, value added services, and the ability to cost effectively manufacture small runs of highly specialized parts for industries requiring the finished product to be built to exact specifications with no room for error.