Stamped metal goods are cost-effective without sacrificing quality, accuracy, or complexity. This makes them incredibly valuable in commercial and industrial markets that need to quickly produce complex assemblies with many components.

Aluminum is one of the top materials for metal stamping. This metal is strong, flexible, resilient, and lightweight, all of which give it good formability. Aluminum alloys are recyclable, resist corrosion, and offer good thermal and electrical conductivity characteristics in use.

Choosing the right manufacturers and metal forming vendors is a key part of your business strategy. At American Industrial Company, we commit ourselves to sourcing the right aluminum alloys for each production order.

Aluminum Stamping Services

We specialize in precise metal stamping services with excellent metals, stamping techniques, and customer-centric services built to serve each of our clients’ unique needs.

Our company is ISO 9001:2015 certified, and we routinely improve our quality control measures and testing processes to adopt evolving best practices and new technologies. Innovation is at the heart of the reliable, personalized services we continue to provide.

Services Offered

Aluminum stamping is at the core of our business, and we do this through comprehensive services including prototyping and design assistance, custom aluminum stamping, secondary operations, and in-house quality assurance and testing.

  • Prototyping and Design Assistance. Get engineering support and collaboration for your designs to enhance functionality, manufacturability, and project efficiency. We also provide rapid prototyping for physical testing before mass manufacturing begins.
  • Custom Aluminum Stamping. Our engineering and manufacturing teams are experts in creating stamping processes that capture every detail of complex geometries. We work to ensure that each stamped good falls within your specified tolerances and every solution is custom-configured to fit your project’s needs.
  • Quality Assurance and Testing. We offer visual measurement, Microvu camera inspections, infrared retro-reflective laser-based analysis, and fiber optics inspections. These are conducted in-house in our lab of advanced metrology tools, with no third-party locations or off-site delays. We also provide in-depth hardness, non-destructive, and destructive testing options.

We offer a full range of secondary and finishing options for complete components that simplify your supply chain. We can also finish goods with screen printing, painting, and powder coating. These optional services include:

  • Deburring
  • Drilling
  • Grinding
  • Machining
  • Painting
  • Plating (including electroplating, anodizing, chromates, copper, gold, and nickel)
  • Riveting
  • Tapping
  • Welding (including MIG, TIG, brazing stick, spot, and soldering welding options)

Common Applications

AIC services the automotive, aerospace, construction, consumer goods, electronics, and renewable energy industries with high-quality aluminum stamping. We’re poised to support project needs relating to:

  • Brackets and supports
  • Busbars
  • Decorative elements
  • Enclosures and housings
  • Structural components

Aluminum Alloy Selection for Metal Stamping

Choosing the right aluminum alloy for your project is just as important as choosing the right metalworking partner. Consider these different alloys or reach out for professional assistance.

  • 1100 Aluminum: This alloy is easily formable, corrosion-resistant, and low-strength. It’s commonly used in food and chemical storage and heat exchanger components.
  • 3033 Aluminum: This alloy is relatively formable and strong because of a greater concentration of manganese. It’s also corrosion-resistant. Manufacturers often use it for food and chemical handling equipment, cooking goods, siding and roofing, and storage ranks.
  • 5052 Aluminum: This metal is very durable and relatively formable. It’s commonly used in fuel tanks and marine applications because of its excellent corrosion resistance to saltwater and many other chemicals. It contains both magnesium and chromium.
  • 6061 Aluminum: This aluminum is relatively corrosion-resistant and has good workability, but it’s uniquely advantageous for welding and ease of fabrication. This makes it an excellent choice for automotive and structural components.
  • 6063 Aluminum: This metal is relatively strong and corrosion-resistant; its unique advantage is its excellent finish quality. As a result, it’s commonly chosen for structural tubing, architectural trim and window frames, and anodized items.
  • 7075 Aluminum: This aluminum is physically strong but isn’t as corrosion-resistant as other metals. Incorporating copper, magnesium, and zinc gives this metal a very good strength-to-weight ratio and increased resistance to stress and fatigue damage. This metal is a popular choice for aerospace, aircraft, and military components.

Stamped Aluminum Parts from American Industrial

American Industrial Company is a leading provider of aluminum stamping services. We provide our clients with design support, custom stamping, in-house testing, and comprehensive secondary and finishing services.

Contact us today to learn more about our processes or request a quote for pricing details.