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Brass Deep Drawing Components

Deep drawing is a wonderful process where a sheet metal blank is radially drawn into a forming die cavity by the mechanical action of a punch. This results in a “deep” shape, e.g., a cylinder. Our experts at JCL ensure that your brass deep drawing components will stand the test of time as they are made with high-quality brass with tenacious strength. 

We work with integrity and skilled engineers, as well as state-of-the-art technology, to ensure you receive the best quality from us.

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About Brass

Brass is made of two metals: copper and zinc. The proportions of zinc and copper required depend on the color that needs to be achieved, though copper is always used more in terms of proportion, generally around 66%. The inclusion of more copper over zinc results in softer brass with a gold-like appearance. Meanwhile, using more zinc leads to a silvery appearance and a harder brass.

Brass sometimes also includes other elements, such as lead and aluminum, though in very small amounts.

Due to its malleable nature and low melting point, brass is a popular choice for many everyday objects like doorknobs, cutlery, hinges, etc.

Properties of Brass

  1. It is an alloy of copper and zinc, sometimes also referred to as copper alloy (by historians) if the distinction between bronze and brass is not clear.

  2. It has low friction compared to other metals.

  3. It is not ferromagnetic.

  4. Brass is easily recyclable. In fact, 90% of brass used is recycled.

  5. It has antibacterial properties.

  6. It is resistant to corrosion.

  7. If brass makes contact with a “less-noble” metal, the metal in question will corrode instead of the brass.

Properties of Brass



Nominal composition

Form condition

Yield strength

Tensile strength



Cartridge brass

Cu 70.0,Zn 30.0






Naval brass

Cu 60.0,Zn 39.25,Sn 0.75











Free-cutting brass

Cu 62.0,Zn 35.5,Pb 2.5





B80 (Rockwell)

Yellow or High brass

Cu 65.0,Zn 35.0
















About JCL

JCL is made up of engineers who believe in Trust, Integrity, and Communication.

Integrity is the staple of our company. We take pride in fulfilling the promises we have made you and offering you full confidentiality over your proprietary information while also following industry-level standards and rules.

We have earned the trust of hundreds of customers due to our consistency and high-quality products. Therefore, you can choose us worry-free to give you the best service to satisfy your demand.

We communicate openly with our stakeholders and listen to foster long-term relationships and generate new ideas to provide you with the best possible experience with us.


Automotive Industry

Brass deep-drawing stampings are used in the automotive industry, such as to convey fuel through an injector cup through a fuel line to a fuel rail. They are also used in automotive oxygen sensors due to their heat and wear resistance.

Plumbing industry

Deep-drawn brass ferrules are used inside water heaters connecting applications due to their ductile nature to both hot and cold, which allows them to withstand contrasting temperatures. This ductility is also useful in the metal-forming process.


Brass is often used to make utensils in many parts of the world, such as India. Brass utensils help to keep foods warm for longer due to ductility. It is high in zinc, and therefore, cooking on it allows for more zinc to enter your body through food.


Brass is commonly used for doorknobs as it is a corrosive-resistant metal and is highly durable. Brass is also rust-free and can withstand wear and tear. With proper care and maintenance, brass doorknobs can last a long time.

Musical instruments 

Deep-drawn brass stampings are also often found in musical instruments. This is due to brass being more malleable and corrosion-resistant. It also gives the instruments a shining golden color, which is appealing. You can see brass being used for horns or trombones.

Why Use Brass for Your Deep Drawing Components?

Brass is a standard metal used on many occasions due to its properties. You will see it being used in many industries, such as fishing and plumbing, due to its strength, corrosion, and rust resistance.  Its properties and cheap quality make brass an easy metal to use, especially due to its accessibility. That is why it is also heavily used for musical instruments, Most student-model flutes are made of brass due to easy availability.

Moreover, it is a versatile metal whose components can be altered depending on where it will be used. For example, “naval brass” (for use under seawater) contains 40% zinc and 1% tin, which reduces zinc’s leaching. For plumbing and pumping workings, any brass components used have to have over 15% zinc to be dezincification-resistant.

BENEFITS of Brass Deep Drawn Parts

Durable and long-lasting

Brass deep drawing component is made from high-quality brass, making it extremely durable and able to withstand wear and tear. It will last a long time, saving you money on replacements in the future.

Detailed precision

As brass drawing components are made using a mechanical process, they can achieve intricate and detailed precision that may be difficult to obtain using other methods of manufacturing.


Brass is an affordable metal, making the production of brass deep drawing tools cost-effective. It means you can get high-quality products at a competitive price. This is beneficial for both small and large-scale production.


Brass can be easily shaped, allowing for a variety of shapes and designs to be created. This makes it suitable for a wide range of applications, from automotive to household items.

How can JCL Help? 

Are you tired of constantly replacing your deep drawing components due to them breaking or wearing down easily? Poor quality and weak brass can easily break or wear out. And it can lead to additional expenses and production delays.

At JCL, we prioritize your satisfaction and strive to provide you with the best quality brass components that will last a long time.

Our team of skilled engineers and advanced technology ensure that our brass deep-drawing components are made with precision and durability in mind. We also offer customized solutions to meet your specific needs. So why settle for less when you can have the best with JCL?


Features of Bass Deep Drawing Components

Malleable: It is malleable, which allows manufacturers to manipulate it in any way they want.
Malleable: It is malleable, which allows manufacturers to manipulate it in any way they want.
Low melting point: brass melts between 900-940 Celsius, which makes it an easy material to cast.
Low melting point: brass melts between 900-940 Celsius, which makes it an easy material to cast.
Appealing: Brass deep-drawing components look golden, which gives them a beautiful look.
Appealing: Brass deep-drawing components look golden, which gives them a beautiful look.
Corrosion-resistant: Brass can withstand corrosion and rust, making it ideal for outdoor use.
Corrosion-resistant: Brass can withstand corrosion and rust, making it ideal for outdoor use.


  • High-quality materials: We use top-grade brass to ensure the durability and strength of our deep drawing components.

  • Customization: Customization is our specialty; we can produce brass deep drawing components to meet your specific needs and requirements.

  • Cost-effective: Our competitive prices make it possible for small and large-scale businesses to benefit from our services without breaking their budget.

  • Quick turnaround time:  We understand the importance of timely delivery, and therefore we ensure that your order is completed within the agreed-upon timeline.

  • Excellent customer service: 24/7 customer service to assist you with any queries or concerns.

Types of Brass Deep Drawn Parts

  • Cylindrical components: Cups/ cylindrical brass shapes are used in automotive, electronics, containers, casings, and connectors, e.g., for bullet cartridges and water heaters.

  • Boxed-shaped components: Enclosures such as boxed-shaped components are used for electronic devices and sensors.

  • Hollow cylinders: Hollow cylinders are used in many industries, such as plumbing and automotive.

  • Precision components: These are usually used for their mainplates in watches and clocks.

  • Custom shapes: Brass is malleable and, therefore, can be deeply drawn to create custom and complex shapes.



Inquiry and consultation: You can contact us through our page and discuss your requirements and specifications with our experts.

Specification and standard: All of our processes strictly adhere to global quality and regulations, including ISO, ASTM, and DIN standards. Our clients can access detailed specifications for each process.


  • 01
    Design review

    Our team will review your design to plan the best possible way to do it.

  • 02

    We will provide you with a detailed quote, along with an explanation.

  • 03

    We will start production after the design is confirmed.

  • 04
    Quality Check

    We rigorously inspect to ensure your product fits the standards.

  • 05

    We use efficient logistics to ensure that your product is shipped timely.


Here at JCL, quality is our top priority. We conduct an achievable review of the brass components at the initial process and also at the start of our large batch production. This ensures that the entire deep drawing process runs smoothly and as planned.

We ensure that we give you the best quality with our advanced and latest quality control technology. Our production line is filled with cameras and sensors to detect any flaw in the production process automatically. Through these, we guarantee that your product will always come out with zero defects and top-notch quality.

We are dedicated to providing you with the best products and services possible, which is why we have a strict quality control system in place. Our team of experts monitors every step of the production process to ensure that your product meets our high standards. We also offer post-production quality checks to further guarantee the quality.


Quality Assurance Of Brass Deep Drawingc Omponents


What are the steps in the process of deep drawing?

The deep drawing process involves bending, unbending, stretching, compressing, and shearing of sheet metal materials.

What materials are suitable for deep drawing?

Materials that are malleable and have low yield strength, such as brass, aluminum, copper alloys & titanium, are ideal for deep drawing.

How to Deep Draw Brass Components?

First and foremost, prepare the materials you need, along with measurements such as the shape and size needed and the length of the radii. Once the preparation stage is done, determine the proper thickness by the size of your product- the bigger the product is, the thicker it needs to be. To reduce friction, you will need to use lubricant. This will allow the brass to glide through the tools. You must also keep in mind that the die’s temperature and surface finish influence the quantity of lubricant needed. Consider your difference between the blank and the draw post as too much resistance will cause fracture low flow resistance will cause the brass to become too thin. Last but not least, prepare the correct binder pressure to ensure a good outcome.

What are the Parts Can be made by Brass Deep Drawing?

Medical components: casings and specialized medical components can be made with brass due to its antibacterial properties.

Aerospace parts: casings for sensors, for example, can be used in the aerospace industries due to brass’s corrosion and rust-resistant qualities.

Lamp shades: as brass has a greater workability, more intricate designs can be made by it, such as lamp shades, to create a visually appealing piece.


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