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Aerospace and defense suppliers use hot forming of titanium, superplastic forming technology and Triform sheet hydroforming systems from Beckwood Press to form high strength parts quickly and efficiently.

Posted: August 24, 2018

Booth A-2053: Hot forming of titanium (shown here), superplastic forming technology and Triform sheet hydroforming systems from Beckwood Press are used in aerospace and defense applications to form high strength parts quickly and efficiently.
Booth A-2053: Hot forming of titanium, superplastic forming technology and Triform sheet hydroforming systems (shown here) from Beckwood Press are used in aerospace and defense applications to form high strength parts quickly and efficiently.
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In Booth A-2053, Beckwood Press Company (St. Louis, MO) will showcase hot forming and superplastic forming technology, in addition to sheet hydroforming capabilities, that are often used in the aerospace and defense industries to form high strength parts quickly and efficiently. Visitors can meet with hot forming application engineers to learn the benefits of hot forming titanium, how to overcome the barriers of entry into the hot forming market, and how to choose the right machinery specifications for safe, accurate forming. They can also watch fluid cell and deep draw sheet hydroforming demonstrations using a Triform model 610-20-3SC. Ideal for low volume, high mix part production, sheet hydroforming presses use a single, unmated tool and a pressurized rubber diaphragm to form parts with smooth, uniform, scratch-free surfaces that typically require no additional finishing.

On Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 1:30 pm in room B316, Beckwood president Jeffrey Debus will participate in a panel discussion titled “Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot: Overcoming the Challenges of Hot Forming Titanium to Win New Contracts.” During this two-hour learning session, attendees will hear perspectives from the end user, machinery OEM, and material supplier for high temp tooling and gain unique insights into operator safety, part formability, and market viability of this emerging technology. Attendees are encouraged to share their forming challenges with the panel during the extensive question-and-answer session at the end of the seminar. “With the increased demand for stronger, lighter aerospace parts, many manufacturers are looking toward new technologies and forming processes,” noted Debus. “Over the past decade, we have been at the forefront of this revolution, supplying parts for nearly every major aerospace supplier in the world.”

 

Beckwood Press Company, 2086 Fenton Logistics Park, St. Louis, MO 63026, 636-343-4100, www.beckwoodpress.com.

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