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Copper Stamping Advantages
Copper alloys are perfectly suited for stamping applications due to their corrosion resistance, ductility, and cost effective nature. While copper is commonly associated with electrical and thermal applications, its attractive finish is also appealing to a number of other consumer industries.
- Corrosion resistance: one of the top benefits of this material is that it does not deteriorate when exposed to the elements.
- Ductility: copper is synonymous with conductivity, making it ideal for electrical and HVAC components
- Cost effective: when looking for a conductive material, copper is the most cost effective option, especially compared to other highly conductive metals like silver.
Copper Stampings by Industry
Lighting is the ideal industry for copper stamping. This material is perfect for industrial lighting products due to its superior conductivity. However, copper is also a fashionable metal that adds to the visual appeal of many lighting products manufactured today.
As with lighting, the attractive features of copper make it a great choice for manufacturing stylish furniture products. Unlike other attractive metals, copper is relatively inexpensive, making it a great choice for increasing your margins on furniture products.
Restaurant equipment features a number of copper stamped products due to its thermal properties and attractive appearance. Commercial kitchens can use copper for cooking products that require heat insulation. And restaurants use copper products for decorative pieces as well.
The corrosion resistance, soil friendliness, and cost-effectiveness of copper makes it a great choice of metals for irrigation and other agricultural systems. Our experienced team can help you determine the best agriculture parts to manufacture with stamped copper.
Other Industries Served
Copper alloy is also a popular material for products in other industries including electronics, medical products, and construction equipment.