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Larson Tool & Stamping engineers precision metal stamping solutions to solve today’s demanding supply chain challenges. We set the benchmark for stamping excellence, continually adding value for customers by investing in, innovating, and improving upon processes, materials sourcing, and lean manufacturing initiatives.

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METAL STAMPING DESIGN GUIDE

Learn how to optimize your part design for the metal stamping process with our Metal Stamping Design Guide.

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Larson’s ongoing commitment to continual improvement, customer satisfaction and sustainability and outstanding safety record.

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How Do You Know When It’s Time to Move Your Precision Metal...

Top 3 Questions to Ask and Details to Consider When Moving Tools

Here’s a reality we hope you haven’t experienced: your sizeable investment in tooling has been rendered unproductive by the actions of your metal stamping vendor. Because your metal stamping die depends on a cooperative and competent supplier to produce good parts, there is much to consider in this situation. 

6 Top Considerations for Choosing a Precision Metal Stamping...

Vetting Your Supplier—an Interview Checklist for the Buyer

When choosing a deep draw stamping and precision metal stamping company, Quality. Delivery. Price. Three basic things every buyer wants to be promised. But what assurance does a buyer have that those commitments will be met, time and time again, over the length of the program?

Customer Benefits of Advanced Quality Planning in Precision...

AQP in Action within the Entire Organization

We often think the words “process” and “nimble” are mutually exclusive—especially when we think of launching a product in the precision metal stamping (or any manufacturing or production) environment. What comes to mind when we hear that something is in “process” involves a slow, encumbered, multi-layered mire of circumstance. Nimble, on the other hand, denotes quickness and agility that offers responsive, definitive solutions. What if you could have both?