Past, Present, or Future: We’re Here to Meet Your FEA Needs

When it comes to Finite Element Analysis, more companies than ever are putting this new technology to use at various points in the production process. Everything from the probability of fractures in ceramic components to a tendency toward buckling in honeycomb structures has been analyzed by this method. 

Here at American Hydroformers, we are here to help you take advantage of FEA on all your projects–past, present, and future.


Although we lack the time travel capabilities necessary to help you with your projects in the past, we are still able to help with past products. By submitting them to the FEA process, you can learn their weaknesses and improve on their design, allowing you either to tweak current production to your advantage or to create an entirely new design for a re-launch. Once you know what you’re dealing with, that choice would be up to you.



No matter where you are in your current production phase, you can make room for Finite Element Analysis. Although such analysis is best-accomplished pre-production, FEA can still offer valuable information at any step in the process. Take time now to evaluate how FEA could boost your current production run.


While planning your future products, you can certainly add FEA as a line item in your budget; and you would be wise to do so. Although you will need to make an initial monetary investment, the money you will save by implementing changes based on what you learn through the process could produce exponential savings.

We Can Help

Here at American Hydroformers, we love partnering with other industries and production companies in order to help them reach their full potential. If you have further questions about Finite Element Analysis, or if you would like to hear more about our other premium services, please feel free to contact us at any time.

We have technicians standing by, and we look forward to hearing from you.

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