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A Handy Guide for Sheet Metal Deep Drawing

Sheet Metal Deep Drawing has now become an essential process. It enables you to make different metallic parts and metal structures. These Metallic parts are highly in demand in many industries. They have found vast applications in various sectors, such as packaging, automobile, aerospace and marine. Not only at large scales, they play significant roles in smaller industries and serve several purposes. So, it’s very important to understand how this deep drawing process works.

This article will give you a complete guide to this process. We will discuss its applications, pros and cons, limitations and alternative solutions available in the giant market of sheet metals.

How Would You Define Sheet Metal Deep Drawing

Deep drawing lets you convert the sheet metal into a curved structure or part. This part usually has a smaller diameter as compared to the already curved details. Firstly, the flat metal piece, known as blank placed between the holder and the die. Then, the punch pushes it into the die. Here, it deforms and gets the shape of a die.

Check this Video, it will help you better understand the workings of this whole process.

Sheet Metal Deep Drawing Complete Process

So, here is the step-by-step of the Deep Drawing process;

1. Preparation of design drawings and manufacturing processes

Deep drawing starts with the development of design drawing. Here, you specify the dimensions, shapes, tolerance and other features of the metal parts.  These drawings work as a building block for the rest of the process. Moreover, They also finalize the manufacturing procedure and sequence of the process. So, make sure to avoid mistakes here. Otherwise, you can waste the material and time on it.

Design Making of the parts

2. Make plate forming mould – Die Manufacturing

Just after the design part, another step is to make plate-forming moulds. This is also known as die manufacturing. This die is usually made up of tool steel or some durable material. This is precision machined that match the desired shape of any part. So, the die comprises two major components, i.e. punch and die. The punch allows the push of the metal sheet in the die cavity. While the die gives the metal sheet, an appropriate shape.

Die Manufacturing

3. Lay the plate and adjust the mould

After die preparation, the flat sheet metal is placed in the blank holder. Then it laid onto the die. This die gives proper alignment and clearance between punch and dies components. This adjustment deals with the shape of the part and prevents it from wrinkling. So, make sure to avoid any mistakes at this point.

Placement of Metal Sheet in Blank Holder

4. Pull sheet material to achieve sheet forming

Once, you place the flat sheet between punch and die. Now, the process begins. The mechanical or hydraulic press inserts force on the punch. Then this punch presses the sheet metal into the die. Then this metal is drawn into the die cavity and gets its shape. The depth of the metal part is usually controlled by the stroke length and die design.

Sheet Forming

5. Machining surfaces and edges

So, after the completion of the deep drawing, the metal part undergoes additional machining. So, you can refine its surface and edges. This process includes the trimming of excessive material attached to the part. Additionally, you need to remove the sharp edges and machine the surface to get the required tolerance and surface finishes.

Cutting Excessive Material

6. Perform subsequent cutting, stamping, and welding

Some additional operations need to be carried out depending on the design and requirements of the final products. These may include cutting, stamping, bending, or welding, They help to add features and join components with the final part. Moreover, the final part gets refined more to meet the particular aesthetic requirements.

Cutting and Welding of Metal Sheet

So, it gives different shapes and geometries of metal parts.

  1. Deep Drawing of Cylindrical Metal Parts: Here, the punch and die set gives a cylindrical shape to metal. Hence, the metal is stretched and formed into the required cylindrical geometry.
  2. Flanged Cylindrical Parts Deep Drawing: It is the combination of cylindrical shapes and flanges. These flanges provide structural support. Moreover, they connect the components.
  3. Deep Drawing of Stepped Cylindrical Parts: This includes making steps with cylindrical parts. They can have varied lengths. This shape usually helps attach the multiple components.
  4. Conical Parts: This includes the deformation of a metal into a conical shape. It has wide applications in making various components, such as funnels, cones, and tapered tubes.
  5. Spherical Parts: It includes a spherical shape.  This method is widely used in producing shapes like domes, hemispheres, and spherical containers.
  6. Deep Drawing of Paraboloid of Revolution Parts: This includes the conversion of a metal sheet into a parabolic form. It is usually used in optical devices, antennas, and reflectors.
  7. Deep Drawing Forming of Low Square and Low Rectangular Boxes: Here deep drawing converts the flat sheet into low-profile squares or rectangles. They are generally used in the packaging industry.
  8. Deep Drawing Forming of High Square Boxes: Just like the previous one, it converts metal sheets into taller square boxes.
  9. Deep Drawing Forming Method for High Rectangular Boxes: Just like above., it is a formation of square boxes with rectangular geometry.  It is widely used to make large size rectangular boxes.

7. Inspection and surface finish

So, the last step is the thorough inspection of the metal pieces. Here you check, if the dimensions, quality standards, and tolerance of the metal part meet the requirement or not. After inspection, you can do painting, plating, or coating of the part. Hence, your product is now ready to meet the customer expectations and market standards.

Surface Finishing of Material(Powder Coating)

Essential Design Tips for the Deep Drawing Process

The first and foremost step of the deep drawing process is designing. So, here are some tips you can opt to get efficient results.

  1. Material Selection: The right Material always leads to an efficient design. So, select the appropriate material. Here the the important factors, you should keep in mind are; ductility, tolerance, strength, and formability. The common materials used are aluminum, stainless steel, and several alloys.
  2. Geometry and Symmetry of Shape: Make sure, you design your parts with uniformity. They must have the same thickness and even distribution of material during the whole process. Avoid sharp edges and corners. They can lead to wrinkling and tearing of the material.
  3. Incorporate Draft Angles: These angles give formed parts from the die. Generally, the draft angle of 1-2 degrees/slide is enough to avoid tearing issues.
  4. Rounding Edges: The round edges reduce the stress load. Moreover, they minimize the risk of tearing during the forming process.
  5. Tolerance: Make sure to consider the tolerance. it gives dimensional accuracy to the final parts. if the tolerance is tighter, it may need additional steps and increase the overall cost of the process.

What is the difference between Deep Drawing and Stamping

So, here is a comprehensive table to get a better understanding of Stamping and deep drawing.


AspectDeep DrawingStamping
ProcessInvolves pulling a flat sheet metal into a dieIt involves pressing or punching metal sheets or blanks
Forming ComplexitySuitable for forming complex, three-dimensionalTypically used for simpler, two-dimensional shapes
Part DepthWell-suited for forming deep parts with highLimited in-depth compared to deep drawing
Material ThicknessCan work with thin materials or thick materialsTypically used with thinner materials
EquipmentRequires specialized equipment such as deep drawing presses

This can be performed using various types of stamping

presses, dies, and punches

Tooling ComplexityRequires complex dies and punchesTooling is typically simpler compared to deep drawing
CostTooling and setup costs may be higherTooling costs are generally lower
Production EfficiencyWell-suited for mass production of complex partsSuitable for high-volume production of simpler parts

 Special Deep Drawing

Special Drawing is the different techniques that are used in deep drawing. It helps in achieving particular results and handles the challenges. It is usually based on specific requirements such as part complexity and material properties. So, here are its types in detail.

1.   Soft Film Drawing

It includes the use of lubrication film or coating on the surface of a metal sheet. This process is carried out to reduce the friction during the deep drawing. Moreover, it helps prevent the tearing or wrinkling of the metal. Hence, allows the smooth forming of difficult shapes.

2.   Opposite Hydraulic Drawing

Here the hydraulic pressure is applied from the opposite side of the metal sheet. This technique is useful to control the material flow and distribution more precisely. Additionally, it is important for forming deep or complex shapes.

3.   Temperature Difference Drawing

it includes heating the specific areas of the metal sheet at different temperature ranges. This heating makes the sheet area, more ductile. So, it becomes easier to deform it in a certain shape. Moreover, it also allows greater control over the forming process and reduces the risks of defects.

4.   Pulsating Deep Drawing

This process included the implementation of intermittent or pulsating pressure during stretching. This method distributes the material more evenly. Moreover, it helps reduce the thinning and maximizes the tearing risks of complex shapes.

5.   Radial Thrust Deep Drawing

This technique comprises applying the force from the center to the outward of the metal sheet. It also helps in the even distribution of the material and gets the forming parts with symmetrical or rounded shapes.

Important Features of the Deep Drawing Process

Some features make deep drawing an attractive method of manufacturing metal parts. these features are listed below;

  1. Scalability and Cost-Efficiency:  Deep drawing is a scaleable process. So, it is suitable for both small and large size industries. Moreover, this can easily be automated and gives efficient production at lower labor costs. Moreover, it requires minimal material waste. this contributes to overall cost-effectiveness.
  2. Versatility in Shapes and Sizes: Besides other features, deep drawing is a versatile solution. It is capable of making a wide range of shapes and sizes. These shapes can be simpler or difficult. Moreover, it can accommodate several materials, alloys, and even plastics. That is why, it has diverse applications in different industries.

Different Problems of Deep Drawing with Their Solutions

So, let’s discuss the different problems and solutions. We have discussed their classification, problems, simplified drawings of these problems, reasons, and their appropriate solutions.

ClassificationProblemSimplified DrawingsReasonSolution
Deep DrawingThe bottom is broken and has shrinkage and convexityDrawing friction is too small

–  Increase the radius of the punch corner

–  Draw the river risk

–  Correct the concentricity of the die

–  Reduce force

–  Ensure uniformity of material

Flange Deep DrawingWrinkles appear at the edges of the flange and the surfaceThe drawing die is too small and the blank holder force is a bit large

–     Increase the fillet radius of the die

–     Manage the force

Hill Deep DrawingThe wall appears convex and decorativeNo edge-holding device or the edge-holding force is too small

–       Appropriately increment in the force

–       Apply thin and even lubricants

Deep Drawing EdgeThe edge of the mouth of the deep-drawn part is tooth-shapedThere are burrs on the edge of the hair, too many impurities in the material, or there are gaps in the mold mouth, which are rough and not smooth

–       Repair and sharpen the edge of the blank blanking die

–       Remove rough edges and reduce edge burrs

–       Improve material quality

Surface Deep DrawingRipples or bulges in the mouthBlank placement, uneven force of holder or inconsistent material sharing, uneven gaps

–       Accurate blank positioning

–        Consistent adjustment force

–        Prevent fluctuations in section thickness and uneven gaps

Round Deep DrawingBubbling appears around the bottomLubricant flows down and collects together, cannot be eliminated or there is no vent hole

–       Apply lubricant thinly and evenly

–        Consider exhaust and oil drain holes in the mold structure

Thinning Deep DrawingLocalized bulge distortionLubricant is locally concentrated or foreign matter is mixed in

–       Clean and eliminate foreign matter in time

–       Pay attention to reasonable line teaching and lubricant

Deep Drawing TaperTwist, short songUneven deformation, unreasonable picking or ejection of parts, or uneven edge holding force

–       Change the method of picking up and pushing parts

–        Adjust the blank holder force

Reverse Deep DrawingWrinkling at the mouth of the drawn pieceThe radius of the die fillet is too large, and the material breaks away from the edge ring at the final stage of the edge-pressing

–       Reduce the radius of the die fillet

–       Use an arc-shaped edge ring as much as possible

Panel Deep DrawingWall rupture. Wrinkled flangeThe blank holder force is too small or the mold gap size and corner radius are too small

–       Adjust the blank holder force

–       Increase the die gap and fillet radius

Rectangular DrawingThe corners of the box-shaped parts are folded inward and partially wrinkledThe shape of the edge holder is inappropriate, the edge holder force is small, or there is less material at the corners

–       Improve the shape of the blank holder

–       Adjust the blank holder force

–       Increase corner material

Twisted Drawn PartsDrawn parts twistedExcessive blank holder force, improper lubrication–       Adjust the blank holder force and strengthen the lubrication
Bulging Bottom and WallBottom and wall bulgingRounded corners at the step corners are too small, poor drawing performance of material, unevenly applied lubricant

–       Increase the fillet at the corners

–       Improve lubrication and select good materials

Step Drawing IssuesStep-shaped drawing, wrinkles and cracksThe rounded corners at the step corners are too small, poor drawing performance of the material and unevenly applied lubricant

–       Increase the fillet at the corners

–       Improve lubrication and select good materials

Wall CracksWall cracksThe mold cavity is rough and cracked–       Repair and polish the mold working surface
Damaged and Crooked PartsThere is no vent hole in the mold cavity the vent hole is too small, and the ejector rod is too long, causing the deep-drawn parts to be damaged and crooked.The lubricant is applied too thickly, there is no vent hole or the vent hole is blocked

–       Improve lubrication, clear or open vents

–       Clear or enlarge the exhaust hole, and shorten the ejector pin.

Straight Wall WrinklesStraight wall, straight wall, wrinkledThe corner clearance is too small and the straight wall clearance is too large–       Increase the corner clearance and reduce the straight wall clearance.
Detached Bottom CoverThe bottom cover is pulled off and detachedThe fillet radius is too small and the material is cut off–       Increase the fillet radius at the mouth of the drawing die
Material Rebound DistortionMaterial’s rebound distortionDue to the high elasticity of the material, small deformation and rebound–       Increase the blank holder force and reduce the fillet radius
Box Corner IssuesBox corner brokenThe drawing gap is too small and the corner fillet radius is too small–       Increase the gap and increase the corner fillet radius
Edge Cracks and Lack of FleshCracks, openings, and lack of flesh appear on the edges of the mouthThe shape of the blank is wrong and too small, there is not enough material in the corner part, and there is not enough material in the straight wall part–       Increase the size of the blank and improve the shape of the blank
Corner CracksCracks appear at the corners of the box-shaped partsThe punch radius is too small and the blank holder force is too large–       Increase the punch radius and adjust the blank holder force
Wrinkled FlangeWrinkled flangeThe blanking force is too small or there is no blanking, so the flange cannot offset the excessive tangential pressure, causing the tangential deformation to lose stability and cause wrinkles–       Increase the edge holder when there is no edge holder; increase the edge holder force appropriately when there is an edge holder

Industrial Applications of Deep Drawing Process

This method can make complex shapes. So, we can find its wide applications in different industrial sectors. Let’s discuss all of these one by one.

  1. Automotive Industry: It has wide applications in the manufacturing of automotive parts, such as car body panels, oil pans of an engine, fuel tanks, exhaust systems, structural components, and fenders. These parts require precise dimensions and accuracy. So, deep drawing is a suitable option here.
  2. Electrical Appliances: Deep drawing plays a significant role in the manufacturing of household appliances. This process becomes a blessing in disguise for air-tight or water-tight containers. Moreover, we can observe its applications in appliances like cooking pots, sinks, and washing machines.
  3. Aerospace Industry: Deep drawing produces lightweight but strong components. So, it is crucial for aerospace applications. It helps in manufacturing aircraft parts, engine components, and fuel tanks.
  4. Electronics and Medical Industry: If we talk about electronic gadgets like Smartphones, Tablets, and Computers, deep drawing is the best choice for intricate shapes and structures. These shapes have precise dimensions. Moreover, they can easily accommodate the electronic parts. Similarly, in the manufacturing of medical equipment, it is one of the best options. Its applications may include surgical instruments, medical devices, and implant components.
  5. Packaging and Consumer Goods Industry: It has wide applications in packaging containers like cans, food containers, and aerosol cans. Moreover, in Consumer goods, deep drawing applies in the production of several consumer goods. It may include furniture parts, lightning fixtures or decorative items.

Commonly Used Materials for Deep-Drawn

Here are some most commonly used metal sheets for the deep drawing process.

Stainless Steel304, 316, 430, 201Kitchen sinks, automotive parts, cookware, appliance components
Aluminum1100, 3003, 5052, 6061Beverage cans, automotive parts, kitchen utensils, aircraft parts
CopperC101, C110Electrical connectors, plumbing fittings, heat exchangers
BrassC260, C272, C360Hardware, plumbing fixtures, musical instruments, decorative items
Carbon Steel1008, 1010, 1020, 1022, 1040Automotive panels, household appliances, industrial components
TitaniumGrade 1, Grade 2Aerospace components, medical implants, marine equipment
Nickel AlloysInconel 600, Inconel 625, Monel 400Chemical processing equipment, marine applications, turbine blades
Galvanized SteelDX51D, SGCCRoofing panels, automotive body panels, outdoor enclosures

How Sheet Metal Deep Drawing is Beneficial

Industries are using several innovative ways of manufacturing. Deep drawing is also one of these. It has the following benefits.

  • Fast process: Its punch moves up and down very frequently. So, no other method can combat its speed. Moreover, it is the most suitable option for large quantities of metals.
  • Exclude other Assembly steps: If we talk about the shapes of products, this process makes shapes with close ends. So, there is no need to cut or weld its exterior sides.
  • Highly Efficient and Accurate: As mentioned earlier, its parts have no join. So, that is why they are the best fit as a water or gas-tight container. Secondly, when these parts come out of the forming press, they are relatively consistent. Also, they are very similar to the designs. So, if you need a large quantity of the same parts, this process helps in providing similar designs accurately,
  • Complex Design Manufacturing: Let’s not stop on small shapes like cans, sinks or tubes. The deep drawing method is also convenient when you need complex geometries and intricate structures, the deep drawing method is convenient for all. Thus, it has vast applications in the automobile industry.
  • Robust Parts: Metals have a rigid structure. Their molecules are quite tightly packed. So, when the metal sheet is allowed to pass through deep drawing, these molecular structure moves to some extent and then their orientation becomes locked. As a result, you get the strong and hard finished parts.

Calculations for Size, Force and Reduction Ratio

Size Calculation Diagram

Size Calculation

1.Surface Area Calculation: Find the accurate surface area of the starting sheet metal.

Surface Area of the Blank = π (Blank Radius^2)

2.Calculations for Finish Part Area:  Then calculate the surface area of the specific part.

Surface Area of the part = π (Blank Radius)^2 + 2 π (Radius of Finish part x Height of Finish part)

3.Keep Both S.A. Equal: Make sure that the surface areas of the sheet metal and the finished part are the same.

II Blank Radius^2 = π (Radius of Finish part )^ 2 + 2π (Radius of Finish part x Height of Finish part)

Blank Radius= √ Radius of Finish part(Radius of Finish part + 2(Height of Finish part))

4.Calculations for Reduction Ratio: So, the reduction ratio is needed to get the part dimensions.

DRR = (Blank’s Dia  x Punch’s Dia)  / Blank’s Dia

5.Force Calculation: Estimate the required force to carry out this process.

MDF = ㅠ × (dia of punch + blank thickness) × (blank thickness × Utensile strength of sheet)

 Examples Of Deep Drawn Sheet Metal Parts

Deep-drawn sheet metal parts can vary widely in shape and size. Some examples include:

  • Cylindrical containers
  • Cups
  • Boxes
  • Automotive body panels
  • Kitchen sink basins
  • Metal housings for electronic devices
  • Metal canisters or cans
  • Metal tubes with closed ends
  • Dome-shaped metal components
  • Metal caps or lids for containers

Limitations of Deep Drawing

Everything has pros and cons. Similarly, if one thing serves you in many ways. It has also some limitations, that it cannot go beyond them. So, let’s talk about deep drawing. Although, it is very useful in many industries. It works well with bendy metals, such as Aluminum and Steel. However, it is not a good option for hard or brittle materials like cast iron.

Additionally, the thickness of the material is important to notice here. There are materials, which are either too thin that they might rip. While some are too thick and could not get a proper shape. Plus, this is a bit costly. So, if your system wears out over time, its maintenance is expensive as well.

Common Problems Occur During Deep Drawing Process

During the transformation of metal sheets into shapes, various issues can arise and affect the quality of products. So, it is crucial to identify these issues and address them timely. Here are some common issues;

1. Friction

When the punch pushes the metal sheet into the die, it rubs against the tools and causes friction. It can result in wearing out the equipment or cause scratches that can affect the overall efficiency of the process. You can overcome this friction using lubricants. Additionally, you can apply some coating between the material and the tools. You can also use materials that have lower friction.

2. High-temperature bonding

There are chances when the metal can stick on the die or other tools due to high temperature. It can become difficult to remove the metal part from the tool. As, a result, the whole production can be disturbed. So, if this is the case, you must apply proper cooling techniques. You can use bonding-resistant materials to avoid adhesion. Moreover, you must periodically clean and maintain the tools.

3. Die wear

The constant pressure and rubbing of metal sheets can wear out the die over time. It can lead to faulty parts, and less efficiency and accuracy. But, you can avoid this issue. Make sure, your die is made of durable material that can last for a long. Moreover, you can also mitigate this issue by regular maintenance and periodic replacement of dies.

4. Wrinkling

Just like other issues, wrinkling is also the most common one. Sometimes, you don’t pull the metal sheet tightly into the mould. So, it can fold from the corners and create wrinkles on the material. It makes your final product look bad. Moreover, it can also affect the overall performance of deep drawing.

So, if you need to tackle this issue, make sure proper stretching of the metal sheet. Secondly, optimize your tool design to avoid wrinkling. You can also use process parameters such as drawing speed and lubrication. They can minimize this issue as well.

5. Thinning and Tearing

When you stretch the metal sheet in areas with sharp bends or tight curves. it may become very thin and tear apart. Resultantly, it can ruin the part. So, it is important to tackle this issue timely. You can control the drawing ratio and avoid excessive stretching. Moreover, you can use proper techniques to distribute stress evenly. These techniques may include drawing beads or adding material relief features.

6. Defects on the Surface

During deep drawing, the metal surface can get scratched, dented or marked by the tool. In this case, it can make your final product less attractive. It can also affect its working efficiency. So, use the smoother tool surfaces and carefully monitor the process parameters. Moreover, if you perform regular inspection and maintenance of tools. It can also help in identifying and addressing the exact issue.

7. Earing

This issue occurs when the metal forms irregular wrinkles on the edges. It can be because of differences in the metal properties or less lubrication. Earing can make the parts uneven. It can result in problems during the fitting process.

So, fix this by using materials with consistent properties. Additionally, apply enough lubrication to the tools.

What are the Factors Affecting the Total Cost of Deep Drawing?

 Many factors affect the overall cost of deep drawing, directly or indirectly. So, some of them are mentioned below;

  1. The more the feature requirements, the more the cost.
  2. Difficult or unsuitable locations need more cost.
  3. The greater the size of the parts, the greater the cost.
  4. The higher the thickness, the more material usage and lead to a more costly solution. 

Difference Between Conventional Deep Drawing vs. Incremental Deep Drawing

Here are some aspects that can differentiate Conventional and incremental Deep Drawing.

AspectConventional Deep DrawingIncremental Deep Drawing
Process OverviewSingle-step processMulti-step process
Blank MaterialTypically thicker blanksCan use thinner blanks, reducing material cost and weight
ToolingRequires a single set of diesUtilizes multiple sets of dies and punches
Material Flow ControlLimited control over material flowEnhanced control over material flow, reducing defects
Forming ForceA higher forming force requiredThe lower forming force required
FrictionHigher friction between blank and dieLower friction due to intermittent contact between blank and die
LubricationMore lubricant usageReduced lubricant usage
Tool WearHigher tool wear due to single step processReduced tool wear due to incremental process
Surface QualityThis may result in surface imperfectionsImproved surface quality due to better material flow control
Forming ComplexityLimited ability to form complex shapesCan form more complex shapes with greater ease
Energy ConsumptionHigher energy consumptionLower energy consumption
Cycle TimeLonger cycle timeShorter cycle time

What can be an Alternative Approach to Deep Drawing

An alternative process to deep drawing is hydroforming. In hydroforming, the punch is replaced with high-pressure fluid. This fluid can be water or oil. So, it pushes the metal into the die and gets the required shape. You can achieve complex shapes in fewer steps. However, it requires special equipment that can last longer than deep drawing.

Why Choose Us for the Deep Drawing Process?

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Moreover, we have a well-equipped facility in  Ningbo, Zhejiang, China. Here our whole team ensure you the top results for the deep drawing process. So, if you need prototypes, quality inspection, or any design services. Just browse our name, Sheet Metal Masion and get our services today.

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In conclusion, the Sheet Metal Deep Drawing process provides you with both simpler and complex parts and metal structures. It has three main components, blank holder, punch and die. Just place your blank or metal sheet in the holder. The punch will start pressing the material into the die. Eventually, your material starts to take the shape of the die.

This process has wide applications in different industries. So, it’s now a popular choice for the material parts. Besides its applications and wide scope, it has certain limitations as well. So, keeping both the dark and bright sides, deep drawing is quite significant in the metal industry.

So, if you want to get deep drawing services in China, Sheet Metal Masion provides you with all basic and customized deep drawing services. Get your Quote now.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: Which metals and alloys are commonly used in sheet metal deep drawing?

These may include stainless steel, aluminium, copper, brass, carbon steel, titanium, and various alloys. However, the selection of material is based on several factors like

required strength, corrosion resistance, and final properties of the formed part.

Q2: What factors we should consider while choosing the designing parts?

The metal can undergo wrinkles, wear and tear, and other issues. So, the following factors must be considered for designing the part, i.e. material selection, part geometry, wall thickness, fillet radii, and draft angles.

Q3: Which one is considered as best metal for deep drawing
Stainless Steel is one of the best options for it. Because it can easily change into difficult shapes. Moreover, they are formable and are highly ductile as compared to carbon steel

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