Deep Drawing Stamping Parts

How to Use a Deep Drawing Stamping Part: A Quick and Easy Tutorial

Did you know that there are many different types of stamping? There’s traditional stamping, which we all probably know quite well by now. But there are also other variations of this technique, like deep drawing stamping. In this blog post, you’ll learn everything you need to get started with the deep drawing variation of stamping. You’ll discover why it’s called a deep drawing technique and how to use it in your projects. Read on to find out more! Let’s get started!

What is Deep Drawing Stamping?

Deep drawing stamping is a variation of traditional stamping that uses a deeper, more pronounced stamping impression. Typically, traditional stamping only leaves a faint outline of a design, but with deep drawing, you’ll see a deeper, more pronounced mark in the metal. This type of stamping uses a stamp that’s been backed with a material that’s been deeply etched. The deep etching creates a deep impression in the metal, leaving a more pronounced mark than traditional stamping. The technique is called deep drawing stamping because the stamp is backed with an etched material that’s been deeply drawn. The material is stretched and drawn across the surface of the stamp, creating a deeply carved design. The etched material then transfers this design to the metal.

What is Deep Drawing?

Deep drawing is a technique for shaping metal by pulling it through a die. The die consists of a series of grooves and ridges. The metal is pulled through the die, and the grooves and ridges shape the metal by creating creases and folds. Deep drawing is used to create a variety of objects. These objects include car panels, household appliances, tools and more. Deep drawing is also used to create metal stamps, which are used in stamping and embossing projects.

Why Is It Called Deep Drawing Stamping?

Deep drawing stamping creates a deeply pressed stamping impression in the metal. This is different from the faint mark left by traditional stamping. Because of this, this technique is often called deep drawing stamping. The stamping impression created by the deep drawing stamp is so deep that it’s almost embossed in the metal. So, although the traditional term stamping accurately describes the technique, deep drawing stamping is also a suitable name for this variation of stamping.

How to Use Deep Drawing Stampings

Like traditional stamping, you’ll use the deep drawing stamping technique with a mould that includes an image or text. The image or text on the mould will be the image or text that you see stamped in your project. In order to use the deep drawing stamping technique, you’ll need the following: – A metal surface on which to stamp – such as copper, brass, steel or another metal surface – A mould with an image or text in it – the metal moulds designed for deep drawing stamping work well – A metal hammer – you can use a regular hammer, but a metal hammer will cause less damage to the metal surface – A small container full of water – submerge the metal stamp in the water so that the etched image or text transfers to the metal


There are many different types of stamping, including traditional and deep drawing stamping. Deep drawing stamping leaves a deeper mark than traditional stamping, and this makes it a great technique for adding detail to your projects. If you’ve always wanted to try stamping but weren’t sure how, deep drawing stamping is a great place to start. This technique doesn’t require any special tooling, and it uses a process that’s very similar to etching. So, what are you waiting for? Dive into the world of stamping with deep drawing stamping. From metal signs to metal jewellery, there are so many creative projects you can create with this technique.