Stamping dies are usually made from tool steel. there cut on a
reducing 3D pantograph engraving machine like an Alexander, or Deckel
or Taylor hobson.
From a negative resin usually 5 to 7 times larger than the finished
size, IF you want the quality of coin proof standard.
Technique is used in coining, drop stamping and even items like
Usually with a male and female die.
Not the way you think.
The stamping and forging of metal is another subject.
Tho for small and thin items, a hand screw press of 3 ton upwards
will work. You need to know what your doing if you want to do this
kind of work. You can go up to 20,000 ton big hydraulic presses same
principle. not a hand jewellers setup.