Carrying on a heritage of die building that goes back to our start.
Whether it’s a .25″ tube that needs a form on the end, or a 4″ tube that needs a series of holes pierced in a single hit, dies for tubing are an important adjunct to Overton’s heritage of crafting traditional stamping dies and progressive dies. Our dies are typically run in presses with tonnage from 20 to 100, but we do have some that are outside of that norm.
From part print to manufacturing of the die, Overton has the knowledge and expertise to design and build dies from simple to complex. What kind of form are you putting on your tube? Regardless of type, Overton is a perfect partner to bring in on your project, large and small.
Tube Die Types
Our Process to Get You What You Need. No B.S.
Initial Design Consultation
Our sales engineers can meet at your facility or on a video conference to review the application and do a design consultation. If needed, additional design staff may be included in the meeting. Once there is a clear vision of the application desired, Overton will put together a preliminary proposal for customer review.
Refining the Scope and Proposal
Now that the proposal is in hand, we can work together to refine the application that we have proposed. We can look at mechanical systems, design, and electrical planning, understanding all the expectations and the deliverables, so that we can form the best possible solution. By the end of this process between our teams, a final quote will be issued to reflect the agreed upon solution.
Build & Deliver Tailored Solution
Now that we have agreed upon the final design, it is time to build. Our project manager will work closely with your team to keep them apprised of status as we complete the job. Once finished, your team will come to our facility for a formal runoff and approval. If needed, Overton can send our own machine technicians to your facility for further install and training. Now it is time for your team to put it into production.