Multi-station progressive dies to 120” in length with cam-trimming and piercing have been a mainstay of Falcon's building capabilities for over 45 years.
Although blanking dies are the simplest type of dies, they are, quite possibly, the most important. Almost all work that involves other types of dies as well as many manufacturing operations begin with the blanking die, which explains why the blanking die is one of the most often ordered types of die.
Line dies are used to make low-volume parts not requiring an automated tool or die. They may also be used to make large parts which are not practical to be run from several dies in a single press. These parts are then often run in "tandem line" presses combining automation to automatically move the parts between these presses.
Where unusual part configurations or increased material efficiency is required, we can also provide transfer dies.
When high volume stampings are required, a transfer die is often able to create material cost savings by eliminating the excess stock needed for the carry ribbons or stretch tabs normally used in progressive dies. We can evaluate your part designs to determine which type of tooling will produce parts in the most efficient manner.