When volume is sufficient, many metal parts lend themselves to be efficiently manufactured through the use of progressive stamping tools. This type of high volume metal stamping manufacturing eliminates the need for multiple tool sets, presses, set-ups and operators, combining everything into one tool.


This is achieved by the automatic feeding of metal into a press through several tool stations, with each station performing a different operation(s). The part is carried through the tool by the web of raw material, which is designed to hold the part in position as it progresses from station to station.

The most common operations for high volume precision metal stamping in Connecticut are bending, piercing and drawing, but can also include several other ways of modifying the raw material, including coining and tapping. Typically, the last station is where the finished part is cut off from the carrying web.


Metallon, Inc. has extensive experience in the designing and running of Class A progressive tooling. Metallon has presses range from 32-tons through 150-tons. We create parts scaling from close–tolerance requirements for the automotive, aerospace, and surgical industries, as well as the broader tolerances of some construction fasteners. Tools are maintained in-house for the life of the project(s).

In addition to the designing and building of progressive tools, Metallon’s in-house capabilities include:
  • Product Design Assistance
  • Re-Engineering
  • CAD Layouts
  • Prototypes
  • Stocking/Shipping Programs
  • Progressive Tool Building
  • Robotics Assembly
Parts can be supplied:
  • Plated
  • Deburred
  • Heat Treated
  • Cleaned
  • Passivated
  • Anodized
In-house secondary operations include:
  • Tapping
  • Spot Welding
  • Riveting
  • Staking
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Circle Logo for ASR and precision stampings in CT


Circle Logo for ASR and precision stampings in CT