Sometimes when we’re in a hurry, we’re willing to sacrifice quality for speed. For example, if we’re hungry but don’t have time to stop at a sit-down restaurant, let alone buy ingredients and cook our own meal at home, we’re willing to settle for fast food. While that fast food might satisfy our immediate hunger, none of us would argue that it’s a high-quality choice.
When Does Quality Matter?
We would argue that in the area of hydroforming, quality always matters. While hydroformed parts are typically just components of overall products, in order for those products to be considered high-quality, each part must work together seamlessly.
Not every product meets this standard, unfortunately. In recent days, we’ve seen our share of failures.
In this age of instant gratification, manufacturers have taken to releasing products more quickly than ever. Has product quality — from cars and toys to medicines and electronics — slipped as a result? With recent recalls from companies such as Black & Decker, Fisher-Price, Toyota, and Toshiba it sometimes seems there are more recalls than days in the month (Machine Design).
Recalls are more than just financial and logistical nightmares: they break the consumer’s trust. That is why we argue that high-quality always matters.
What If I Need Quality and Speed?
If you need high-quality hydroforming services with a quick turnaround, you have come to the right place.
Here at American Hydroformers, we have engineers and technicians available 24/7 who are willing to take on emergency hydroforming projects. Furthermore, with our quality-assurance controls and high customer assurance standards, we are able to guarantee a high-quality product even under tight time constraints.
If you have questions or comments about our premium services, or if you have questions about anything else, please feel free to contact us.
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.