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Wedge has over 64 presses with capacity from 3 to 400 tons.

Wedge Products manufactures plastic stampings for a wide range of industries from aerospace to small appliance manufacturers. We’ve recently added a new 40-ton high-speed Komatsu press with automatic feeding equipment and infrared, digitally controlled, material heaters for hot stamping.

Our plastic stamping presses range from 18 thru 60 ton, which allows us to stamp up to the maximum thickness possible of polyester, nylon and high-pressure laminates. Our knowledgeable, helpful staff and 80+ years of stamping experience make Wedge Products a preferred supplier for plastic stamping.

Plastic Stamping Applications:

  • Electrical Insulator Components
  • Heavy-gage Plastic or Laminate Gaskets
  • High-volume Plastic Components
  • Custom Stamped Plastic Parts
  • Non-Metallic Washers, Gaskets and Seals
An Aerospace Certified Stamper

An Aerospace
Certified Stamper

Certified to AS9100 Rev. D, Wedge Products is an experienced aerospace parts manufacturer providing stamped metal components to the aerospace, military and industry.

Stamping Plastic Parts FAQs

What is the process of stamping plastic?

The process of stamping plastic, commonly known as plastic stamping or die cutting, involves several key steps to cut into desired products. This process is highly automated, allowing for mass production of intricate and consistent flat plastic components. Plastic stamping is widely used across various industries for manufacturing a diverse range of products, from simple consumer goods to complex automotive components.

What is the difference between stamping and punching?

The terms "plastic stamping" and "punching" are not universally standardized, and their usage can vary depending on context and industry. However, in a general sense, we can discuss these processes as they might be understood.

Plastic stamping is a manufacturing process primarily used for die cutting plastic materials. This process is commonly employed for high volume production of flat plastic parts ranging from small components circuit board and UL components to larger items like large gaskets and shields.

Punching in the context of plastics usually involves creating holes or shapes in plastic sheets or films. This process can be achieved using a punch and die set. The punch is a tool that cuts through the plastic, creating holes or specific patterns. Punching is often used for tasks such as creating openings in plastic packaging, producing plastic sheets with specific cutouts, or forming shapes in plastic materials.

Key Differences:




In summary, plastic stamping focuses on complex flat shapes, while punching in the context of plastics involves cutting holes or shapes in plastic sheets or films using a punch and die set. The choice between these processes depends on the desired outcome and the specific requirements of the plastic product being manufactured.

What is plastic stamping?

Plastic stamping is a manufacturing process used to produce plastic parts and components in large quantities.There are different types of plastic stamping processes, and the choice of method depends on the specific requirements of the final product.