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I've been going in a loop, trying to learn about manufacturing things from metal by stamping them. At this article, there's no information at all, so I click on "forming", which takes me to the article on metalworking. In the contents, I see "sheet metal forming", which takes me to merely a list. On that list is "stamping", so I select it -- and I'm back here.
As far as I can tell you've got a set of articles that spend more space listing things that reference back and forth than explaining any of those things!
- Yeah, you are right, it's not laid out real well right now. Probably the articles you are looking for are punching and shearing (metalworking). Wizard191 (talk) 15:16, 9 November 2010 (UTC)
Proposed merger with Stamping press
- Stamping is a weak article. Way too much on the history of lubrication. I added a Wikilink to progressive stamping, a related technique. Stamping press doesn't have any sources. There's a series of articles called "Stamping 101" at , from the Fabricators and Manufacturers Association. Those are good sources for the basics. Summarizing the "Stamping 101" series would be a good way to improve the article. John Nagle (talk) 18:12, 16 August 2014 (UTC)
- Added one-line descriptions for each of the stamping operations, with a link to "Stamping 101". John Nagle (talk) 18:35, 16 August 2014 (UTC)