High-precision fine blanking and stamping of components

From development to finished product, we guide you to the best possible end-result with fine blanking and conventional stamping technology.

With the engineering excellence rooted in our tool designers and technicians, we have the capabilities to help improve your product, reduce production costs, and shorten your time to market.

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Experience matters

Since 1953, Meneta has delivered various stamped components to the automotive and other industries world wide. 

We are IATF16949 certified, and with our vast experience, we are one of the leading stampers in Europe. Our production facilities include more than 10 fine blanking presses, ranging from 250 to 700 tons, that can stamp up to 12 mm thicknesses.

Our production experience covers a wide range of material know-how as well as components. Steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and brass – from backing plates in brake systems to door hinges and hi-fi speaker components, we can help you with your stamping needs.

Fine blanking

Adopted by Meneta in the 70s, fine blanking is a high-precision stamping technology. The production method requires three pressure forces which allows for a much more controlled blanking process than conventional stamping.

Fine blanking technology

We have invested in the newest fine blanking technology on the market to accommodate your fine blanking needs today and in the future.

The controlled punching, used in our fineblanking, ensures a significantly more precise result than conventional stamping methods, including:

In short, fine blanking enables very precise shaping possibilities. Fine blanking is suited for products with a high level of detail and high demand to tolerances.

With fine blanking, you will get a consistent high-quality product.  

Conventional stamping

Conventional stamping is a production technology with reduced development and tooling costs compared to fine blanking.

Conventional stamping technology

With only one pressure force, the punching is quicker compared to fine blanking. Because there is only one pressure force, there is less control of the stamping process than fine blanking.

For that reason, conventional stamping is suited for parts where the tolerances and detail level are not essential for the application. With conventional stamping, costs can be kept to a minimum.


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