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Is the Hydroforming Technique Right For Your Automotive Shop?

Is the Hydroforming Technique Right For Your Automotive Shop?

Hydroforming is one of the fabrication methods that is often used in the auto industry. Hydroforming gives those in the automotive industry to create complex shapes that can be made without having to go through the process of welding the different parts together. 

What is Tube Hydroforming: A Step-by-Step Guide

What is Tube Hydroforming: A Step-by-Step Guide

Tube Hydroforming, a metal fabricating and forming process, helps to shape metals into their desired shapes. This technique can be used to shape various metals including steel, aluminum, brass, copper, and stainless steel. It is a cost-effective process that uses a highly pressurized fluid in order to shape metal. It is best used to replace the older process of stamping two halves then welding them together. The process of tube hydroforming saves on labor, tools, and material costs. But how does it work?

Three Reasons to Choose American Hydroformers

Three Reasons to Choose American Hydroformers

Not every company needs to avail itself of hydroforming services.  We know that. As leaders in the industry, we are also aware of increasing demand for our services. In fact, as businesses grow, they might find themselves in need of hydroforming in areas where they used to use alternatives.

Two Musical Instruments with Hydroformed Components

Two Musical Instruments with Hydroformed Components

While most of us tend to associate hydroforming with the automotive and cycling worlds, other industries make good use of hydroformed components as well. The music industry is one of them. Apart from the aspect of electronics and amplification, certain instruments have hydroformed components as well. Two great examples of this are the steel drum and the alto saxophone.

Cafe Standards in Daily Life: American Hydroformers  

Cafe Standards in Daily Life: American Hydroformers  

Those who work outside very specific industries, such as the hydroforming or automotive industries, probably do not give much thought to current CAFE standards. In fact, many of them might not even be familiar with the term. Nevertheless, CAFE standards do impact their lives in specific ways.

Growing Use of Finite Element Analysis Predicted

Growing Use of Finite Element Analysis Predicted

A considerable increase in the demand for the use of finite element analysis in product design is predicted for the coming years. It’s no wonder, considering that the benefits of using finite element analysis (FEA) include: 

American Hydroformers: The Midwest’s Hydroforming Experts

American Hydroformers: The Midwest’s Hydroforming Experts

If you are in or around the Midwest and in need of some hydroforming, we suggest that you give us a try. American Hydroformers is the Midwest’s top hydroforming company, and we can give you three reasons why.

Hydroforming for Beginners: What It Is and Why It Matters

Hydroforming for Beginners: What It Is and Why It Matters

Here on the blog, we enjoy bringing you regular posts about the benefits of hydroforming. Today we’d like to take a step back and present a lesson on hydroforming for beginners: what the process entails and why it matters.

Hydroformed Components Keeping American Commutes Healthy and Affordable

Hydroformed Components Keeping American Commutes Healthy and Affordable

Hydroformed Components Keeping American Commutes Healthy and Affordable. Recently there has been a sudden uptick in the number of people who bike to work instead of driving cars or taking public transportation.

Many U.S. cities are seeing an increase in bicycle commuters, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report…Nationwide; the number of people who traveled to work by bike increased roughly 60 percent over the last decade, from about 488,000 in 2000 to about 786,000 during the 2008-2012 period (US Census Bureau).

Friction Stir Welding: Applications That Are Far Out and Close to Home

Friction Stir Welding: Applications That Are Far Out and Close to Home

Friction Stir Welding: Applications That Are Far Out and Close to Home. Liquid hydrogen, it’s a substance that has fascinated mankind since the 1800s. That’s when James Dewar unleashed it as well as his thoughts on vacuum flasks and regenerative cooling on to the world. At the time, many Americans were unsure about what liquid hydrogen could do but that would all change thanks primarily to NASA and its Centaur rockets. Although revolutionary, the upper stage rockets did pose a problem that until recently has continually vexed the government agency. It was one of tank integrity.

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