Metal Stamping

Metal stamping is the process of converting flat metal into specific shapes. Natura Products excels at short to medium run production of progressive die stamping, draw stamping, compound blanking, piercing, countersinking, coining, bending, forming, and flattening projects.

We design, engineer, and manufacture simple and complex stamped components including parts with intricate features, parts made from high-strength materials, miniature parts, and heavy-gauge parts that involve critical shape & surface features. Valves, farm implements, hoists, heavy equipment parts, aircraft components, automotive components, food processing, brackets, clamps, clips, connectors, levers, retainers, and mounting plates are examples of some of the stamped products we produce.

Comprehensive Secondary Services, Too

Additional secondary services include assembly, washing, deburring, part flattening, machining, tapping, reaming, welding, spotfacing, plating, coating, heat treating, powder coating, painting, and polishing.

Materials We Stamp

Our precision metal stamping presses handle a variety of materials such as aluminum, brass, copper, carbon steel, high strength steel, galvanized steel, stainless steel, nickel and nickel alloys, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, plastic, rubber, and more.

With an array of nearly 200 specialized CNC and manual machining tools under one roof in our 80,000 sf facility, Natura Products is well-positioned to serve any contract metal stamping challenge. Natura Products is certified by UL DQS Inc. to the International Organization for Standardization ISO 9001:2015.

How May We Help You?
Contact us today to request a proposal and learn why the world's greatest companies — in over 40 industries and 22 countries — rely on Natura Products to deliver unrivaled craftsmanship at the highest possible value, with superior performance second to none:
61 Years of Quality

Natura Products is certified by UL DQS Inc. to the International Organization for Standardization ISO 9001:2015. We are an affiliate of Chicago Cutting Die and a global supplier of high-performance matched dies, stamping, and wire EDM. Natura was established in 1963 by a former Chicago Cutting Die employee, Dick Brettner. Dick named his new company after his first customer: the Field Museum of Natural History.

Dick was a talented die maker and a trusted outsource partner of Chicago Cutting Die for decades. When Dick retired in 1985, Chicago Cutting Die's holding company acquired Natura Products. In 1995, both companies moved to Northbrook, Illinois. The companies now share a facility and a commitment to precision, quality, and personal service.

Fast Facts:
  • over 40 industries served
  • customers in 22 countries
  • nearly 200 machines & tools
  • 80,000 square foot facility
  • 3 affiliated companies under one roof
  • 1 point of contact