Coining and Drawing are the technical names used when a metal plate is forged into a three-dimensional object, commonly through a stamping process with presses and dies. Various passages are generally used to transform the flat material into the finished object. These passages are needed to avoid damaging or compromising the characteristics of the metal and, at the same time, they make it possible to achieve the required shape and dimensions. In this process, it is not difficult to imagine how accurate design combined with knowledge of the processes and materials is key to optimise production and achieve high quality standards.