Custom Precision Metal Stamping Company

Stamping parts out of specialty metals is our specialty.


At Standard Die International, we offer custom metal stamping services for a wide variety of industries. From smaller metalworking applications to mass-production of manufactured parts, we handle every process so you can manufacture and service products with reliable metal and plastic parts.

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Whether we’re drawing a deep titanium cup or completing custom stamping part orders, we excel at big and small custom parts, such as small deep drawn stainless steel parts, made from thin gauge specialty metals. We’ve produced everything from cones, cups, rings, terminals, brackets, washers, assemblies, and many more. We are experts in drawing and stamping specialty metals into unique shapes from 0.0001” to 0.25” thick and can deliver most stamped products in 1-7 days. Our press room capabilities include:


  • Air Presses (5 to 10 ton): An air press, also known as a pneumatic press, is a metal stamping machine that relies on the use of pressurized air to form and press materials. This process is a clean, low-maintenance solution best suited for assembling, shaping and piercing smaller parts, including medical equipment and automotive components.
  • Compound Dies: If you’re making small, flat parts such as washers, compound dies can handle the job. The compound die stamping process involves using a machine to perform multiple actions in a single stroke. It’s a cost-effective way to handle simple pressing applications at a faster pace.
  • Hydraulic Presses (15 ton): Hydraulic presses operate with pressurized hydraulic fluid. While they operate at a slower rate than air presses or compound dies, they’re better suited for tougher metal materials. Whether you need industrial metal stamping or not, you can use hydraulic precision metal stamping solutions to shape a variety of products, including aerospace components, appliance parts, gear assemblies, small deep drawn stainless steel parts and more.
  • Line Dies: Unlike automated dies, line dies need to be loaded by hand or external machines. Because of their non-automated process, they’re often used to handle low-volume production applications. These versatile machines are also used to stamp and bend larger, bulkier parts for the automotive, aerospace and furniture industries.
  • Mechanical Presses (5 to 300 ton): A mechanical press, as the name suggests, operates using mechanical components to stamp, punch and bend materials. This machine comes with a motor, which powers a high-speed pressing action. A manufacturer may use a mechanical press to work with sheet metal and similar flat materials.
  • Progressive StampingsWhen you’re metal stamping small parts at high volumes that require tight tolerances, progressive stamping dies offer the ideal solution. This method involves a stamping press that forms, bends and punches parts all at once. Manufacturers commonly make electronic parts, appliance parts and automotive parts using this method.
  • Transfer Presses: Transfer die stamping stations are designed with transport systems that allow them to move parts between stages. Great for high volumes, these machines are equipped to handle more precise and intricate applications. Whether you’re working with larger ferrous, stainless steel, aluminum, copper or titanium products, one of these presses may provide the support you need.

We welcome deep draws and tight tolerances.


We’ve built our reputation as the leading tight tolerance industrial metal stamping company on the precision and quality of our drawn cups, cans, crucibles and cones made from refractory metals. When customers present us with small parts that require a very tight tolerance or a deep draw, we utilize a wealth of industry knowledge and experience to craft a part that meets those specifications without any sacrifice in overall quality. Our strengths are well suited for many different types of parts like small motor cases, tantalum capacitor cases and even button battery cases.

Requirements we can handle include:

  • Deep drawn stamping capabilities: Deep drawn stamping is one of our many specialties, and we work with products of all shapes and sizes to ensure they meet your needs. This type of forming and stamping is ideal for materials and parts that are greater in depth, and we can create all types of parts, such as small deep drawn stainless steel parts, with our many capabilities. Some of our applications include coining, bending, piercing and threading.
  • Tight tolerance capability: Regardless of the material, tooling design or application complexity, we maintain tight tolerances during the stamping process. Thanks to our years of experience in the industry and extensive background in metal stamping, we can uphold higher standards of performance and cost savings by strictly adhering to your part specifications.


standard die fabricated parts

We’ve honed our craft for 50 years and stamped over a billion parts.


Some orders were small and simple, while others were complex and large in quantity, but for 50 years we’ve been getting it done and learning along the way. We have made each individual process leaner, so we could deliver better parts to our customers in more cost effective ways and at faster speeds. We’ve produced hundreds of different kinds of parts and shipped more than 1.5 billion parts in all.


We offer custom metal stamping services for every industrial metalworking application. For more information, request a free quote online today.

Design Engineers & Company Founder In 1974
“Design engineers George LaFleur (left) and Richard Felberg (center) working with owner, Al Menzies (right) on a proprietary design in 1974”

About Standard Die

A History of Service and Excellence


When Al Menzies Sr. established Standard Die over 50 years ago, his plan was simple: stand out from the competition. As the first metal stamper to the industrial diamond industry, he was unwilling to compromise his values. He made sure integrity, customer service and quality were integrated into every aspect of the business and, as a result, designed and manufactured some of the world’s finest products for the industrial diamond industry.

Our Mission:
” To make the purchasing of metal stampings painless.”

By pursuing this mission for more than four decades, we have grown from a start up tool and die operation to a world-class metal stamping company. With more than a billion parts delivered, we have provided precision drawing and stamping services to customers spanning the industrial diamond, automotive, aircraft, electrical and medical industries across the globe.

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For a quote or to find out more about how we can help you, call our Sales Manager, Haley Menzies toll free at (800) 838-5464 or fill out the form below.

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