Advantages are as the following:
Cost efficient: Stamp process is fast, demands considerably little labor as well as machine operation. That is why nowadays it is considered to be the most cost-efficient technique accessible to form metals. In addition, this method allows manufacturing larger product quantity.
Automation: Metal stamping provides high automation and makes it possible to integrate subordinate procedures such as tapping in a stamp, welding in a stamp, automated nut insert, etc. This makes the total values of stamped pieces rise.
Great accuracy: Metal stamp technique is unbelievably detailed and composite. It appears to be the most accurate way to treat any tough and intricate shape. In general, there is no need for the parts processed through stamping to machine once more to gain proper tolerance.
Top quality: Stamping method provides top quality despite the fact of cutting many parts together.
Excellent properties: Parts processed through stamping are highly strong, stiff and weigh light. They possess such excellent finishing features as painting, coat surfacing, powder coating, electroplating.
Fewer wastes of materials compared to other formation methods.
Simple operation: This technique demands fewer efforts and lower range of skills from workers.
Disadvantages: This technique claims tooling in advance, and this makes low-scale and short-term production costly and inefficient, for the development and manufacture of equipment requires long periods of time and in case of any change necessities extra expenses and hardships in modifying the equipment may arise.
Fast developing and growing technical capability of metal stamp technique is outrunning many metal formation techniques, particularly in case of large-scale run of highly accurate production. No equivalent substitute can be offered.