Henderson Stamping & Production, Inc.

Quality stampings for America’s most dependable brands

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History

For more than 35 years, some of America’s most dependable and well-known appliance and automotive brands have relied on Henderson Stamping and Production, Inc. to produce their decorative and non-decorative stampings and assemblies.

Having created a business plan to provide medium- and high-volume stampings, Jimmy and Betty Porter incorporated Henderson Stamping in 1981. Their dream was built on the foundation of Jimmy’s expertise in tooling. The Porters began their entrepreneurial journey in Henderson, Tennessee, in a 4,000-squarefoot building with several presses under 200 tons and a significant assembly operation.

After 35 years of growth, Henderson Stamping is an international stamping supplier in a 100,000-square-foot facility. Top industries rely on the Henderson plant for powder coating and medium- to high-volume stampings.

The Henderson Stamping team has continually procured the latest computerized systems, machining and measuring equipment and robotics. Understanding the importance of offering you the best product possible, they incorporate lean manufacturing and Six Sigma techniques.

Quality

Henderson Stamping knows that before your first part is ever made, it is vital to design a plan that will eliminate any possibility of shipping non-conforming products. Utilizing Advanced Quality Planning Tools (APQP), such as PFMEA, control plans, process flow charting and PPAP, they evaluate and understand your stamping needs and expectations. They then implement a manufacturing process that ensures production of a quality product that meets your expectations. Highly trained and skilled press technicians, who understand the complexities of producing superior stampings, participate in this quality process.

Dedicated to being a partner you can rely on, Henderson Stamping measures key systems for effectiveness on a world-class metric tracking program. This provides ongoing information about key operating and performance variables and ensures continuous operating improvement. Henderson Stamping utilizes Kaizen/Lean, Six Sigma, cellular manufacturing, 5s and SPC continuous improvement tools to maximize efficiencies and quality. Their quality system incorporates first-part approval, periodic process audits, last-part layout and SPC.

The knowledge and abilities of Henderson Stamping’s craftsmen ensure unsurpassed responsiveness in tooling repair. A computerized preventative maintenance system tracks every movement of each tool, ensuring that maintenance and repairs are perfectly timed and safeguarding against breakdowns and unplanned interruptions.

Capabilities

Stamping

To meet your needs, Henderson Stamping and Production, Inc. has invested in a wide range of equipment to produce a variety of stamping component parts — from small automotive brake components to deepdrawn cook tops for the appliance industries. With 20 production lines and press tonnages ranging from 45 to 1,200 tons, they can produce your parts in stainless, carbon, high-strength and aluminum steels.

Value Added Assembly

Offering you value added assembly, Henderson Stamping combines vast knowledge and experience with projection and resistance welding, stud and nut assembly to specific torque requirements, manual assembly operations and vibratory deburring.

Powder Coating

With a variety of colors to meet your requirements, Henderson Stamping has a complete GEMA Powder Coat System with a five-stage washer, dryer and bake oven.

Tool and Die Maintenance

Henderson Stamping’s in-house tool room is staffed by experienced toolmakers, who understand that better tool design creates a better output for you. They evaluate each project, offering input on manufacturing, material selection and tooling design. CMM technology is used in reverse engineering and making highly accurate drawings of parts and die details. Latest computer technology ensures precision, utilizing a CNC Machining Center, EDM Wire Machine, 38 x 80 Zeis CMM and EDI.

Equipment

Individual Presses
TypeCapacity
(Tons)
Bolster Size
L/R x F/B
Shut Height
Min/Max
Stroke
Progressive11043.5" x 27.5"11" / 15"6"
Progressive20060" x 42"10" / 24"10"
Progressive / Robotic Transfer30096" x 48"15" / 24"12"
Progressive40096" x 48"16.5" / 29.75"12"
Progressive15060" x 42"17.5" / 20.5"10"
Progressive30072" x 42"15.25" / 27.25"6"
Progressive400144" x 48"10" / 24"12"
Progressive25096" x 48"12" / 20"12"
Single stroke15061.8" x 29.9"11.8" / 15.7"7.8"
Progressive35084" x 48"14.5" / 20.5"8"
Progressive1200156" x 72"24" - 32"8"
Progressive600108" X 56"18" / 24"6"
Progressive Servo Press (Coming late 2019)600168" X 60"23" - 33"15.7"
300 Line
TypeCapacity
(Tons)
Bolster Size
L/R x F/B
Shut Height
Min/Max
Stroke
Robotic Transfer
300
260
108" x 66"
84" x 60"
14" / 28"
20" / 32"
16"
18"
700 Line
TypeCapacity
(Tons)
Bolster Size
L/R x F/B
Shut Height
Min/Max
Stroke
Robotic Transfer
300
400
120" x 60"
144" x 60"
18" / 38"
18" / 38"
20"
20"
800 line
TypeCapacity
(Tons)
Bolster Size
L/R x F/B
Shut Height
Min/Max
Stroke
Robotic Transfer
800
800
400
108" x 54"
108" x 54"
108" x 54"
18.25"/30.25"
18.25"/30.25"
17"/26"
24"
24"
18"
900 Line
TypeCapacity
(Tons)
Bolster Size
L/R x F/B
Shut Height
Min/Max
Stroke
Robotic Transfer
600
300
200
108" x 60"
120" x 48"
60" x 48"
22" / 42"
14"
14"