Hydroforming in the Midwest? Give Us a Call: American Hydroformers
Like all regions, the American Midwest has developed a certain reputation. While other sections of the country might be known for its stunning scenery (the West), beautiful autumn leaves (the Northeast), or the sweetness of its tea (the South), the Midwest is known more for its people than anything else.
With a combined population of 67 million people from diverse backgrounds, the Midwest is a true melting pot, and our diversity expresses itself in our famous regional foods. From Chicago-style hot dogs to pan-fried walleye and Juneberry pie, the Midwest sports more than a few must-have meals. If you’re ever in the area for a visit, you won’t want to miss out on these treats.
If you’re from the Midwest, however, you don’t need us to tell you anything. You already know the region like the back of your hand.
Or do you?
Did you know that the Midwest is the home to American Hydroformers, an industry leader in hydroforming and hydroformed parts?
While we specialize in tube hydroforming, we can also help you through every phase: from development to prototyping and testing to post-production manufacturing and emergency orders.
With hydroforming lines set up with a capacity of 5000, 4000, and 1800 ton presses with a maximum die size of 120”x245”, we’re truly ready for anything. With our additional manufacturing equipment, we are able to provide full assembly and fulfillment services.
If you have questions about our current capabilities and would like to hear a quote, or if you would like to chat about anything else, please feel free to contact us at any time. We have trained staff standing by to answer your questions.
About American Hydroformers
Founded in 2003, American Hydroformers specializes in the tube hydroforming manufacturing process. Production capabilities include numerous metal forming techniques such as hydroforming, hydraulic press work, metal stamping, and tube forming. In addition to hydroformed components, American Hydroformers offers complete assembly level fabrication of automotive structures, robotic welding, and both industrial laser and plasma cutting.