Sheet hydroforming is the most cost-effective method to achieve smooth, blemish-free parts without the need for extra polishing processes. Some parts require superior exterior finishes; for example, medical devices and cookware. However, extra buffing and polishing can add to the Read the rest of this entry »
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We often receive questions regarding the specifics of the hydroforming process. Unlike deep draw stamping which is a more commonly understood metal forming technique, hydroforming can be a bit of a mystery to engineers.
This case study describes a combustor basket hydroformed from .050″ Hastelloy X for the aerospace industry. Continue reading
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