The automotive hydroformer is recognized for supplier excellence for the second time in three years.
The hydroforming supplier of structural automotive components was recognized for high delivery and quality scores, and high evaluations in cost, warranty and partnership.
The company recently retired “Old Faithful”, claimed to be the first machine anywhere in the world to hydroform an automotive structural part. During its 23-year lifespan, this pioneering machine produced almost ten million parts.
Graebener-Reika offers a 4-column hydroforming press that doubles part output per stroke and reduces cycle time in half.
FormBalancer FluidForming machines from FluidForming Americas can precisely shape metals into a predefined geometries by using fluid under pressures of up 60,000 psi resulting in heretofore unprecedented capabilities.
This four-column hydroforming press system from Interlaken runs high-volume production in clamp forces from 250 tons to 5000 tons.