However, before you jump in with both feet, here are some considerations to look into that will help you decide on how to proceed with your plans.
Where will you source your metal?
Will you be working with scrap metal or metals sheets? There’s a big difference in working with these two forms, not just in costing but also in processes needed. Whichever you do decide to deal in, research on pricing and suppliers.
What machines will you be needing?
You will need more than one metal press machine if you want to do progressive stamping or accept rush jobs. You will also need technicians who are experienced in working with this type of machinery. Looking for the machines is also going to be another major decision. Will you settle for second-hand machines or buy brand new? If you buy brand new, are you interested in importing your metal press stamping machines from Japan where the equipment is highly reliable and durable?
Do you have space for the business like a sizeable holding area? Are you trained for this type of business and aware of the safety measures needed to be put in place?
If you don’t have the space nor the experience, it’s important to get that in order as soon as possible. While metal stamping is lucrative and very promising in this day and age, you can’t rely on others to run your business. You need to know just as much if not more so you can determine if an employee is pulling your leg or not.
Other concerns would be whether you are going to put time into the business or you just plan on funding it. Both ways work if done properly. There is a lot of work ahead for you, so getting your foundation in order will help ensure the success of your business.
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