Fluid Forming is an entirely new and enabling process/technology for the design and formation of metal from 0.004” (1 mm) to more than 0.200” (5 mm) in thickness.
Hydroforming is a high-pressure deformation process that shapes metal sheets into a predefined geometry by using a fluid under high pressure.
Hydroforming is similar to the conventional deep-drawing technique, but has significant advantages for the formed part and keeps the tooling costs and hence the component production costs low.
Almost any industry can benefit from the advantages of the hydroforming process. Find out which industries use hydroforming.
Three simple words describe Fluid Forming Americas focus on reducing harmful impacts on the environment. Our commitment is clear.