Short-run stampings - Boker’s Inc.

March 4, 2010
Boker’s Inc. specializes in high-quality, made-to-order metal stampings manufactured in a wide assortment of sizes.
Specializing in high-quality, made-to-order metal stampings manufactured in a wide assortment of sizes, the company offers flat blanking and piercings up to 12 × 12 in., thicknesses from 0.005 to 0.134 in., and draws up to 3-in. deep and 8 in. in diameter — in short and long runs. Parts can quickly be made from more than 2,000 commonly specified and hard-to-find materials, including metals, nonmetals, and even high-performance varieties of wrought cobalt, iron, and nickel-based superalloys. In addition to stamping, secondary operations include deburring, tapping, reaming, counterboring, and spotfacing.Boker’s Inc., 3104 Snelling Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55406, (800) 927-4377,
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Kenneth Korane

Ken Korane holds a B.S. Mechanical Engineering from The Ohio State University. In addition to serving as an editor at Machine Design until August 2015, his prior work experience includes product engineer at Parker Hannifin Corp. and mechanical design engineer at Euclid Inc. 

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