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3 Myths About Deep Draw Metal Stamping

3 Myths About Deep Draw Metal Stamping

Over the course of many years, there have been numerous misconceptions about deep draw metal stamping and how the deep draw process works. For those who are unfamiliar with the deep draw metal stamping process, this is a manufacturing process that remains in competition with others in order to create a product that has a few similarities or one that is completely the same. However, the deep draw metal stamping process has a few major differences that separate it from the other methods and processes. 

Metal Stamping Market Set to Boom

Metal Stamping Market Set to Boom

According to recent reports, the metal stamping market is poised to continue expanding throughout the next decade. Experts are predicting a stable rise of 4.92% over the next few years, with the trend continuing in the years to follow.

That’s good news, and not just for those of us here in the United States.

From 2018 to 2026, the industry will continue its global expansion.

Getting The Perfect Finish With Hydroforming

Getting The Perfect Finish With Hydroforming

When you are thinking about the multiple options that are available for working with any type of metal, many companies in the industry have chosen to use a process known as hydroforming. The manufacturing process was developed in the late 1940s and the early 1950s, and it continues to be an ideal option for adding shapes to a variety of ductile metals. 

What Is Deep Draw Hydroforming?

What Is Deep Draw Hydroforming?

For many years, it has been understood that metal stamping or pressing is an effective and economical method for manufacturing parts that are quite complex. Although there may be a higher price to pay in the beginning to manufacture tooling, deep draw hydroforming can be a quicker and cheaper alternative to other processes, including fabrication. Deep draw hydroforming goes beyond what other methods can do in order to produce parts that are deeper and/or longer.

What Is Hydroforming: Benefits of Hydroforming

What Is Hydroforming: Benefits of Hydroforming

The hydroforming process has been used for quite some time in the manufacturing industry. The hydroforming process involves the use of stainless steel, aluminum, and other ductile metals. These ductile metals are eventually transformed into complex shapes through the use of pressure and fluid.

The process of using pressure and fluid over one sheet of metal results in a variety of benefits. Some of the great benefits of hydroforming include the following:

Metal Stamping or Hydroforming: That Is The Question

Metal Stamping or Hydroforming: That Is The Question

Since 2003, American Hydroformers has set high standards in the hydroforming industry and has continued to work hard to stay at the top of the manufacturing industry. American Hydroformers continue to invest in the equipment and technologies that we know our customers will appreciate. One of our goals is to provide high-quality products at a price our customers they can afford, and this is one of the reasons why we offer more than one way of forming materials.

What Should You Know About Deep Draw Hydroforming?

What Should You Know About Deep Draw Hydroforming?

Deep draw hydroforming is constantly in competition with other types of hydroforming processes that are able to create the same products or similar products. However, deep draw hydroforming has multiple differences that set it apart from the other processes.

We understand the choices are not always easy to make, but there are many hydrofroming professionals and experts are available to provide information for anyone who has been thinking about the deep draw hydroforming method. With so much information being shared, there is always a chance that false information will be shared. 

What Is Friction Stir Welding? American Hydroformers

What Is Friction Stir Welding? American Hydroformers

The welding technique, friction stir welding, was developed almost 30 years ago in 1991. Although it was invented many years ago, it has seen a high rise in demand over the past few years. One of the main reasons that friction stir welding has seen such a massive increase is due to the rising demand for greater strength and durability in applications.

What Is Hydroforming?  An Explanation from American Hydroformers

What Is Hydroforming?  An Explanation from American Hydroformers

Have you been looking for a cost-effective way to form your ductile metals into parts that are not only structurally firm but have strong parts? One of the best methods you can use in this industry is known as hydroforming. Hydroforming is a unique kind of die forming that uses a high amount of hydraulic fluid to turn the ductile metals into the shape you need. 

CAFE Standards Continue to Fluctuate

CAFE Standards Continue to Fluctuate

Since the initial establishment of CAFE standards in the 1970s, periodic changes have been instituted to accommodate for growth, industry changes, and new information. As with most changes, each announcement has been met with a wide variety of reactions, from sharp criticism to fawning praise. The government’s most recent announcement has been no exception to this.