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.
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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.
Tesla cars have been around for a while now, and successive models have been called everything from an “all-electric dream car” to an “eco-friendly gift to the motoring masses.” Of course, press for Tesla hasn’t been exclusively glowing: there have also been reports of car fires, which technically are a type of “glowing” report, but not the type anyone would want.
Here at American Hydroformers, we like to keep abreast of the latest developments in the world of hydroforming. Every once in a while, we bring together a few interesting news articles for your instruction and edification.
It’s very important for modern manufacturers to understand tube hydroforming, especially if they work in certain industries. This is absolutely a technique that will be able to save a wide range of industrialists a lot of money over the years while allowing them to create better products.
It’s no secret that tube hydroforming simplifies production and lowers production costs for a wide variety of products. At least, it’s no secret to those who work in the industry. For those in need of practical examples, read on.
Although your average American probably has not heard of high metal gas forming, that does not mean they have not taken advantage of products made possible (or made better) through it. Those of us in the industry know better. We recognize that the vast majority of us would lead less comfortable and convenient lives without high-temperature metal gas forming.
If your product requires hydroformed components – particularly tube hydroforming – then you have come to the right place. Here at American Hydroformers, we consider ourselves experts in delivering consistent, quality products every time.
Whether you’ll soon be needing hydroforming services, are looking to leverage the benefits of pre-production Finite Element Analysis (FEA) for your product prototype, or are just shopping around because you’re not satisfied with your current hydroforming provider, there are three good reasons to consider American Hydroformers to meet your needs.
Overview of Tube Hydroforming
Tube hydroforming is one of two groups within the broader category of hydroforming itself, along with sheet hydroforming. It is a relatively new manufacturing process, but it has led to very impressive results. The process involves expanding metal tubes into a different form through the use of a pair of die halves. The die halves support the raw tube. The cross-sectional tube structure is altered as a result of the internal pressure involved.