The plunger part in temporary electronic connectors is traditionally fabricated by micromachining. Progressive forming of microparts by directly using sheet metals is developed and proven to be an efficient microforming process to overcome some intrinsic drawback in realization of mass production of microparts. By employing this unique micromanufacturing process, an efficient approach with progressive microforming is developed to fabricate plunger-shaped microparts. In this endeavor, a progressive forming system for making microplungers using extrusion and blanking operations is developed, and the grain size effect affected deformation behaviors and of surface qualities of the microformed parts are studied. The knowledge for fabrication of plunger-shaped microparts via progressive microforming is developed, and the in-depth understanding and insight into the deformation behaviors and tailoring the product quality and properties will facilitate the design and development of the forming process by using this unique microforming approach.