Coining Precision Metal Stamping
Coining is a form of precision stamping that involves the displacement of metal under compression to form simple and complex geometric shapes. It is also used to create raised surfaces and imprints in metals to produce money (coins), precision-energy springs, precision parts with small or polished surfaces, and a variety of other applications. Johnson and Hoffman has years of experience using coining and multiple dies to produce near-net shapes, and is prepared to take on any project from design to completion using the coining process.
Whether you need transistors, military and commercial lithium batteries, switches and relays, or any custom specifications, our team of highly skilled engineers can help fine-tune your designs or provide additional input using the latest CAD-CAM technology. Our in-house tooling services allow us to not only help customize any component, but we also archive the process for the life of your parts to minimize the cost and maximize the efficiency of additional production.
High Quality Parts, High Quality Control
Johnson and Hoffman is committed to excellence and is ISO 9001:2000 certified to back our quality practices. Every step from the purchase of raw materials to the final product is closely examined and inspected to ensure you receive unmatched quality. Read our complete quality commitment to learn more about our control plans, certificates of compliance, and capability studies.
In addition to providing high quality
coining processes, we also serve the automotive,
and ordnance industries.
With up-to-date facilities and on-staff engineers
and designers, we are ready to provide all of
your precision stamping needs. Contact
us today to speak with one our representatives
and learn more about our complete services and