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American Hydroformers, Inc. tube hydroforming process to be Featured on “How It’s Made”

American Hydroformers, Inc. tube hydroforming process to be Featured on “How It’s Made”

American Hydroformers, in conjunction with the film crew from the Discovery Channel’s popular “How It’s Made” television program, recently wrapped up filming a segment at their Fort Wayne, Indiana facilities featuring the tube hydroforming process. The company and its hydroforming facilities will be featured on an upcoming episode of the Discovery Channels documentary television series “How It’s Made.” The segment will provide a compelling and comprehensive behind the scenes look at the tube hydroforming process. Viewers will be given the opportunity to see the hydroforming process for themselves as well as learn more information about the industry in general. The show will offer a step by step demonstration of the tube hydroforming process as well as an explanation of its uses and current industry examples. This informative segment will air in 2014 on the Science Channel/Discovery Channel.

American Hydroformers provides metal fabricating solutions using the most advanced hydroforming processes available. Our manufacturing expertise includes hydroforming, hydraulic press work, laser cutting and various other metal forming techniques.
American Hydroformers’ internal high pressure hydroforming press system is more efficient and versatile for parts with complex geometries and extensive secondary operations than traditional manufacturing methods. In addition to hydroformed components, we offer complete assembly level fabrication of automotive structures, industrial laser cutting and stencil work, as well as tube forming.

The Discovery Channels “How It’s Made” is a documentary television program that presents behind the scene perspective from factories and manufacturing facilities from around the world. The program demonstrates how raw materials and supplies are transformed into everyday objects. Shows range from typical household items to more complex manufacturing processes.

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