So you’re developing a new product and you may be wondering: could hydroformed components be what you need?
Let’s use a series of questions and answers to find out.
Are you currently developing a new product with hydroformed components?
If your product is still in development, there are a number of ways to bring down your overall costs. One way is to collapse the amount of time your product spends in prototype through using FEA (Finite Element Analysis). By making use of FEA, you can fine-tune your product while it is still in prototype.
Once an FEA model is established and has been found useful in predicting real-life properties, it may generate the understanding and intuition to significantly improve a design and operation of a device or process (Comsol).
Often FEA software recommends hydroformed parts. Once that happens, where will you turn?
Does your product require hydroformed parts or hydroformed components?
Perhaps you have already brought your product through the prototype phase and you are ready to move into production. If you are on the lookout for quality and cost-effective hydroforming that will lower overall production costs, we are the company for you.
Centrally located in the Midwest, we are easily accessible by major highways. We are also easily accessible through our various media outlets, such as our website, blog, and e-mail.
If you find that you need hydroformed parts, we are here to help.
Do you still have questions about hydroformed componets?
If so, we understand. Both product development and production can be stressful. If you would like to talk more about this or anything else, please feel free to contact us.
We are always available to answer questions, and we look forward to working with you.
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 hydroforming 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.
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