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Hydroforming and Its Automotive Application

Hydroforming and Its Automotive Application

No matter how Fast and Furious one may wish they could be while driving, the notion of a safe car and high probability of accident survival is in the back of many individuals’ minds. Even when buying your teenage kid their first car, thoughts of protection, frame strength, and survivability are all factors that you take into consideration. It doesn’t matter if their 2007 matte gold Honda has a broken A/C system, one of the speakers doesn’t work, and the right passenger window doesn’t roll down – the brakes function, the headlights are bright and the frame is strong enough to protect your kid. 

Are You Using Hydroformed Products

Are You Using Hydroformed Products

Are you using hydroformed products? Many of the items used by people every day are created through a process called deep draw hydroforming. Next time you are at these places or with individuals who use these items, look closely at them and see if you can see why hydroforming was the best way to create them.

Hydroformed Components Using Brass

Hydroformed Components Using Brass

Hydroforming is a process that is used extensively in creating components for automobiles, airplanes, helicopters, and bicycles. However, hydroforming with brass has become a preferred method for creating shell casings and household components such as sink faucets. Why is brass considered the metal of choice for these products?