Progressive die stamping helps develop battery plate

Battery is widely used on toy, electronics, control panel, cooker, clock, redio, etc. Metal battery plate(negative pole, positive pole) are all made by progressive die stamping with large productivity and low cost. We make so many types of such battery plate inhouse for years. We offer materials such as Iron, mild steel, copper, brass, stainless steel. 

Various types of battery plate has been developed by progressive die stamping in our company with very low production coat and high precision on dimensions. Our productivity is 100000pcs-150000pcs daily with burr free. They will be silver, tin, nickel plated according to per customers’ specific request, and the plating are alll ROHs compliant and the salt spray test can stand at least 72 hours with neutral solution. If you do not know how to make your stamping parts, don’t worry, we will help decide how to make them economically per parts complixity, size and volume. 

Welcome to contact us if you have any problems! 

Contact: Bruce Luo 

Tel: 86-769-87198250 

Fax: 86-769-87198251  

Skype: bruce_luo88

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China Sipx machinery is a definitive source and export-oriented company for custom metal stamping andOffice sheet metal parts services with ISO 9001:2015 quality system certification. We have been established in 2012 and located in Chongqing, manufacuring center of China with 1400sqm, We have success in continuous growth accompanied by our reliable commitment and on-time delivery to customers and our ability to supply our valued customers with the most excellent quality and cost-effective china metal stamping and sheet metal fabrication services.

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