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Jones Metals Optimizes Hydroforming Blank Sizes for Performance and Economy

July 17, 2013

Jones Metal Products fabricates metal parts for a wide range of applications, working with hydroforming blank sizes up to 32.5 inches. For deep draw hydroforming operations, we draw to depths of up to 14 inches with a maximum forming diameter Read the rest of this entry »





The Benefits Of Hydroforming Sheet Aluminum

June 7, 2013

Hydroforming sheet aluminum is the most cost-effective way to achieve durable parts with a superior finish. Companies in a variety of industries, from aerospace to lighting to medical, and many more, need to create strong parts from sheet aluminum. Often, Read the rest of this entry »





Hydroforming Complex Shapes For Cost-Savings And Efficiency

May 24, 2013

Jones Metal Forming is the expert in hydroforming complex shapes. Often parts in the medical, defense, aerospace, lighting, or automotive industries require asymmetrical or irregular shapes. For example, lighting reflectors or jet engine components can have deep grooves or spokes, Read the rest of this entry »





High Volume Hydroforming

May 10, 2013

High volume hydroforming can be a cost-effective way to form high complexity parts. Unfortunately, there is a common misconception that hydroforming is better suited toward low-volume runs. In fact, hydroforming is an optimal process for both high and low volume Read the rest of this entry »





Hydroforming Titanium: A Detailed Explanation

March 20, 2013

Hydroforming is a metal punching process that allows the creation of seamless and complex metal shaping for a variety of different kinds of parts. The process can be applied to a wide variety of materials in addition to titanium, including Read the rest of this entry »





Reduce Costs with Sheet Hydroforming

February 13, 2013

Sheet hydroforming is the most cost-effective cold-forming method for small runs of irregularly shaped parts. In sheet hydroforming, tooling costs are reduced because there is no need for a female die. The rubber diaphragm and forming chamber act in its Read the rest of this entry »