When discussing hydroforming with some who has never heard of the process, the obvious question that will arise is: what is hydroforming?
Hydroforming can be compared to the traditional deep-draw technique that many people are familiar with. However, the process has major advantages. Some of the advantages of using the hydroforming include the following:
- the production costs will be low
- high-quality production
- it is a production system that is highly flexible
- the designs you create will be sophisticated and professional
- the materials you use and create will be strong
- the tools you use will easily create the intended shapes
- it will be difficult for the products created by hydroforming to return to their original shape
When you are using the process, you will be able to create a variety of products that will have the intended shape and feel that you hoped they would. It does not matter what type of materials you are using, you can deform any of them into your intended shape.
When using the hydroforming process, you can expect to spend a low amount of money on tools and production. This is definitely great if you have to create a significant amount of products.
The hydroforming process is used in a variety of industries by those who want to create high-quality and high-efficiency products. Some people may think the process is difficult or they will have issues getting things created. However, there are tools and systems you can use to help you get the results you are looking for.
Contact us today for additional information on hydroforming and how you can use it in your industry.
About American Hydroformers
Since 2003, American Hydroformers has been setting new standards in the hydroforming industry for tube hydroformed structures, parts, and components. As a family-owned company with four generations of manufacturing experience, our focus is to continue the tradition of excellence in engineering, production, and on-time fulfillment. American Hydroformers specializes in the tube forming manufacturing process. Production capabilities include numerous metal forming techniques such as hydroforming, hydraulic press work, metal stamping, and CNC tube forming. In addition to hydroformed components, American Hydroformers offers complete assembly level fabrications for automotive structures including robotic welding, and both industrial laser and plasma cutting. To learn more about tube hydroforming or for more information, call (877) 432-6606 or visit www.americanhydroformers.com.