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Fullerton, CA, United States, 2009/11/02 - On display will be a variety of precision metal stampings, deep drawn components, and laser welded assemblies that cover the many industries to which Caran currently supplies.
Caran Precision will be exhibiting at booth #606 at the Fuel Cell Seminar (fuelcellseminar.com) in Palm Springs, CA on November 17–19, 2009. On display will be a variety of precision metal stampings, deep drawn components, and laser welded assemblies that cover the many industries to which Caran currently supplies.
Metal stamping, when applied to fuel cell applications, provides substantial cost advantages to ceramics and other conventional materials. In addition, metal is less fragile to work with than graphite or ceramics and is much more conducive to major production scale up.
Our sales engineers at our booth are diligent to listen to your requirements, review your drawings, and explain how to best suit your needs to our processes. We have stamping presses that range from 5 to 1,000 tons with laser welding and in-house heat treating available. Our secondary processes also include but are not limited to machining, coining, deburring, cleaning, treating, testing, engineering and numerous others. We have an area dedicated to tool and die building with. We have experience with common and exotic metals like stainless steel, aluminum, copper, inconel, zirconium, brass as well as many other metals.
About Caran Precision
For over 40 years Caran Precision Engineering and Manufacturing (caranprecision.net) has broken the mold of what a stamping facility could be and what it can do. From the beginning we set out to meet the same rigid specifications and tolerances of machined parts with quality precision stamping, metal finishing and assembly.
Today, Tier 1 and Tier 2 companies know Caran Precision as a premier certified to ISO standards manufacturer and primary supplier of precision stampings. We consistently meet and exceed our customer's exact specifications and performance requirements. Our reputation as an international leader in precision design has been earned the same way our metal-stamped components are produced: by stretching the limits.