In the dynamic landscape of stamping manufacturing, an increasing number of industry players are embracing automated production lines to revolutionize their stamping processes. This strategic shift aims to minimize manual labor, enhance product precision, and, by enabling the execution of multiple tasks on a single apparatus, significantly reduce processing costs. However, prevalent stamping production lines often consist of three separate units—decoiler, straightener, and feeder—resulting in considerable floor space usage. Unfortunately, these configurations fall short on automation, exhibit instability in material transfer between units, and are plagued by subtle vibrations and inaccuracies. Moreover, intricate structures and operational complexities contribute to higher acquisition and maintenance expenses post-purchase.