Micro-press working


A micromachining process that cuts or forms microscopic materials under high pressure.

Plastic working includes many methods, that is, rolling, extrusion, forging, form rolling, punching, bending, and deep drawing. Press working of the thin metallic materials for semiconductors, communications equipment, computers, and other electronics-related products uses punching, bending, and coining. Thin-plate press working uses dies to form the material into the desired shape. Micro-press working is press working in which at least one dimension among the length, width, and thickness of the formed shape is microscopic.


[Related Terms]