Stamping is a metal forming process in furniture and joinery that involves the use of metal dies to cut, shape, and form metal components to precise dimensions. Stamping is a versatile process for producing metal parts of various sizes and shapes, including those with complex features. The process is commonly used to produce components for furniture, including cabinets, drawers, frames, and decorative pieces. Stamping can also be used to produce components for joinery, such as frames, rails, and cross-pieces. Stamping is a cost-effective, efficient procedure that can manufacture components with fine precision and complicated patterns. As a result, it is a popular choice for furniture and joinery manufacturers.