Deep Drawn Stamping of a Ultra High Strength Steel Stamping for the Agricultural Industry
In joint effort to redesign the Float arm assembly from a fabrication to a stamping, SSP achieved a 50% weight reduction, a 20 part number reduction while increasing strength for this component. This was accomplished thru the use of Ultra High Strength material (100,000 ksi). Spartanburg Steel was a recipient of the 2011 John Deere Innovation Award for this effort.
Surface and flatness tolerances within 2 mm, as well as a parallelism tolerance of 3 mm and a concentricity tolerance of 2 mm in outside diameter. When we had met and surpassed all expectations for precision and quality, we packaged the order and delivered the hot rolled steel float arm bracket to our client in Moline, Illinois.
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Project Details for this Deep Drawn Stamping of a Hot Rolled Steel Float Arm Bracket
||This hot rolled steel float arm bracket is used within the agricultural industry.|
|Overall Part Dimensions
True Position of ©ª3mm
Surface within 2mm
Flatness of 2mm
Parallelism of 3mm
Concentricity of ©ª2mm
||Domex 700MC Hot Rolled Steel|
|Typical Manufacturing Operations
||Deep Drawn Stamping:|
Stamped Complete in one Operation
|In process testing performed
||Full Dimensional Inspection|
|Industry for Use
||Customer supplied print, 3D CAD Drawing|
||Floating Arm Bracket|