HYDROFORMING & DEEP DRAW
Hydroforming & deep draw is sometimes referred to as “fluid forming” or “rubber diaphragm forming”.
It is a process developed to manufacture small to medium quantities of deep-drawn parts, and compliments other techniques of metal forming, for example, metal spinning, stamping, and fabrications.
- Low-cost, high accuracy production of deep drawn parts, especially parts with asymmetrical or irregular contours.
- Attractive alternative for cost sensitive and low volume production.
- Maximum depth of 7”
- Maximum diameter of 12” for the drawn shapes.
- Prototype and developmental components or production qualities.