American Hydroformers: News Roundup from Around the Web
The closing months of 2017 proved interesting in the world of hydroforming. As evidence, we have collected some articles around the web to keep you informed of recent announcements, advancements, and developments.
News Roundup from Around the Web
- “Carbon Releases Latest Version of 3D Printing Software, Featuring Updated Support and Simulation Features.” According to 3DR Holdings, the latest in 3D printing technology now features a component that’s becoming increasingly important in the world of hydroforming as well: Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Using FEA software, engineers and producers can cut down on the time and materials consumed as they produce prototypes. To learn more about how we here at American Hydroformers have leveraged the power of FEA, use the contact link below.
- “Several Hospitalized after Hazmat Incident at Athens Plant.” According to local news service WCYB, several employees at a metal fabrication and hydroforming plant in Virginia were hospitalized during an incident that was investigated as a possible gas leak. Those who work in the industry know the dangers inherent to the work. Fortunately, we here at American Hydroformers operate according to ISO 9001:2008 quality procedures. Conforming to such standards ensures greater employee safety as well as higher customer satisfaction.
- “Friction Stir Welding Equipment Market: Growth Analysis by Manufacturers, Industry Size, Regional Outlook and Forecast 2022.” Right on schedule, the most recent Friction Stir Welding Equipment Market Report was released, offering tantalizing hints as to the industry’s current status and the likely outlook for the next five years. Interested parties can either access the full report by paying the single-license fee of $4880 or by keeping their eyes peeled for forthcoming analysis from interested third parties.
Here at American Hydroformers, we like to keep apprised of what’s going on in the industry. We like to keep you informed as well.
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