Automotive Solutions: Custom Metal Stamping
Today’s automotive OEMs and aftermarket manufacturers use custom miniature and small metal stampings in many applications. But have you ever wondered exactly where they are in a vehicle? Here are some examples:
- engine knock sensors
- transmission sensors
- vehicle communication systems
- EMI/RFI shields
- throttle components
- key fobs
- door locks
- fuel pump
- fuse panel
- infotainment system
- ignition system
Take a Virtual Tour with Our Interactive Graphic
You can see examples of stamped components and easily visualize where they go with our interactive graphic. Just follow these simple steps:
- Click the tan circles to see pictures of the actual stamped components and read a short description.
- Click the plus (+) sign to see a detailed image of that area and the components within it.
- Click the X button to exit the pop-up boxes.
For electrical connections within the fuel pump.
Four-pronged circular clip to position and secure fuel pump components.
Available in a variety of sizes and configurations including pre-bent and bendable 180-, 90-, or 135-degree stampings.
Absorbs excess heat generated by high-speed circuitry.
Holds LCD components in place and stabilizes against vibration and shock.
Shield box lid that blocks, absorbs, and contains EM radiation.
Four-sided frame surrounding susceptible circuits or components to block and contain EM radiation. Attached with clips, pins, or solder.
Metal structures within a shield frame that provide additional radiation protection.
Component in the throttle valve shaft.
Connects throttle body to ground wire.
Component in the transmission sensor shaft.
A Partner for Your Custom Stamping Needs
CEP’s core capabilities make us a true partner for your custom progressive stamping projects all the way from design and prototyping, to stamping, plating, cleaning, and packaging.
Our staff’s design and manufacturing experience means you can count on us to achieve your goals for both short and long production runs. Please check out our online resources to learn more or contact us to talk about your next project.