Metal spinning offers a lot of benefits in terms quality, prices and time.

First: spinning means quality and solidity. Each spun part is seamless high-quality one-piece part with no weldings. This ensures high consistency. Quality finishing is also a peculiar feature of such craftsmanship.

What’s more, metal spinning is a highly-flexible metal forming process suitable for both prototyping and small to medium quantity productions (hundreds to thousands of pieces), where stamping, along with the molds and toolings required, would not be affordable.

The only tooling required for metal spinning is a mold, also called mandrel, made of steel, which shapes the part to be obtained. Such tooling can be quickly produced at a cost significantly lower than the equivalent die for metal stamping.

Lower costs and shorter times for the toolings, along with a quick CNC machine setup, translates into a prompt delivery of the parts needed.

Last but not least, metal spinning is an excellent cost-effective option for quick and low-cost prototyping.