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​Stamping parts and
Rivets DIN 7339

​Manufacturing by cold stamping

​At TYRSA, we pride ourselves on offering high-quality stamping die design, manufacturing and maintenance services. Our team of highly trained engineers uses advanced technologies and innovative techniques to develop precise, durable dies that meet the highest industry standards.

​Experience and Expertise

​We have years of experience in the industry and a team of professionals with specialized knowledge in the design and manufacture of stamping dies.


​Starting from drawings, physical samples or 3D designs, we work closely with our clients to offer customized solutions that fit their specific requirements.

Quality and Precision

​Our matrices are always manufactured with productivity in mind, using top quality materials and cutting-edge technologies to guarantee maximum precision and durability.

Request a free analysis of your project to get our best offer.


​Simple stamping die

​Simple stamping dies are essential tools in the manufacturing process that allow metal sheets to be transformed into specific shapes with a single press stroke.

Progressive die

​Progressive stamping is an advanced manufacturing process used to produce complex, high-precision metal parts in high volumes. In this method, a strip or band of metal is fed through a series of progressive die-cutting stations, where each station performs a specific operation on the blank, progressively progressing toward the final shape. Each die cutting station on a progressive stamping press performs a particular function, such as cutting, bending, punching, or shaping metal. At TYRSA we are experts in the manufacture of DIN 7339 rivets by stamping, we can manufacture them with a flat head or a flanged head.

We have a wide variety of sizes!

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Double-acting dies

The coaxial or double-acting dies are used to cut parts with internal holes that require extreme precision. They employ multiple nested punches, where one punch acts as the matrix for the other.


Another distinctive feature of this die is its system for expelling trimmed parts and cut parts. It requires elastic components and auxiliary mechanisms to ensure that trimmings and final parts do not mix.


Overall, their manufacturing is delicate and expensive, making them more cost-effective than previous dies only in cases involving significant series and high-precision demands in quality.

Stamping with
circular bending unit

At TYRSA, we have Buch presses, machines specialized in stamping and forming metal parts. These presses incorporate "buch" bending units that allow precision and versatility in the production of components.

Our Buch presses use specific bending units to handle metal sheets and tapes. These units apply controlled force to make precise folds, creating complex geometric shapes according to the customer's needs.


Welded silver contacts

Wire deposition welding with these machines stands out for its automated capacity to incorporate silver contacts with millimeter precision. In both vertical and horizontal layouts, these machines flexibly adapt to different layouts and production demands.

At TYRSA, we fuse these advanced machines with stamping techniques to offer a wide range of parts, allowing us to adjust to the specific needs of our clients. This combination provides us with the necessary versatility to meet particular requirements and offer customized solutions in component manufacturing.

At TYRSA, we are committed to providing excellence in parts manufacturing. Contact us to find out how we can be your reliable partner in the production of high quality and precision components.

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  • What is metal stamping?
    Metal stamping is a manufacturing process that uses tools and presses to transform sheet metal into three-dimensional parts through cutting, bending, drawing, and other operations.
  • What are the common types of metal stamping?
    Metal stamping can be hot or cold. At TYRSA we use the cold stamping system with mechanical presses. The most common types of cold stamping are: simple stamping (with a single stroke of the press), progressive stamping (multiple sequential operations on a sheet), and double-acting or coaxial stamping.
  • What industries is metal stamping used in?
    Stamping is applied in industries such as automotive, electronics, household appliances, among others, but we can find stamping parts in any industrial sector, for example in engines, car components, carpentry, electronic circuits...
  • What are the advantages of metal stamping?
    It offers high precision, fast production, lower costs at high volumes, the ability to work with various materials and the ability to create complex shapes.
  • What materials can be stamped?
    A wide variety of metals can be stamped, including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper (both DHP and ETP), brass, bronzes, nickel silver, beryllium alloys and other specialty alloys depending on the properties required for the final part. In addition, other materials such as plastics, fiber, polypropylene or nylon can also be printed. We can also work with tapes that have previous electrolytic coatings, either completely or selectively.
  • What is the difference between stamping and die cutting?
    Die cutting is a more general term that includes the stamping process, but can also refer to specific cutting or punching operations without necessarily forming the part.
  • What is the useful life of a stamping die?
    Lifespan can vary depending on material, die design, and usage, but well-maintained dies can produce thousands or even millions of parts before requiring replacement or significant maintenance.
  • How to select the right stamping process for a specific project?
    It depends on the complexity of the part, the quantity required, material selection and precision specifications. Consulting stamping experts is crucial to making the best decision.
  • What is the typical production time in metal stamping?
    Time may vary depending on the complexity of the piece, the type of stamping and the quantity. However, stamping is typically faster at high volumes compared to other manufacturing methods.
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