Vari-Form Inc.

250 Lothian Ave.
Strathroy, ON N7G 3J3

Phone: 519-245-0406
Fax: 519-245-6599

Recent Content on TheFabricator for Vari-Form Inc.

March 17, 2015
Vari-Form announces partnerships
Vari-Form, a provider of pressure-sequence hydroforming in Troy, Mich., has announced several international joint-venture partnerships. In Europe,...
November 4, 2014
Vari-Form receives 2014 GM Supplier Quality Excellence Award
Vari-Form, a provider of hydroforming technology for the automotive industry, based in Troy, Mich., has received a 2014 Supplier Quality Excellence...
July 18, 2014
Vari-Form named by Chrysler Group as top-performing supplier finalist for 2013
Chrysler Group LLC recently honored its top-performing suppliers during its 2014 Annual Strategy Meeting and Supplier Awards ceremony. Vari-Form,...
March 31, 2014
Vari-Form retires historic hydroforming press
Vari-Form, a hydroformer in Troy, Mich., has retired a press that the company says was the first machine to hydroform an automotive structural part...
April 10, 2007
Vari-form acquired by Sun Capital Partners
Vari-Form, a producer of hydroformed structural components for the automotive industry, has announced that the company has been acquired from...
February 7, 2006
Tube Hydroforming Design Flexibility—Part IX:
In this article Gary Morphy reviews high-pressure and pressure sequence hydroforming and discusses factors to consider when deciding which process is best for a particular application. The decision should be based in part on anticipating future needs.
June 14, 2005
Tube Hydroforming Design Flexibility—Part VIII: Dimensional Stability
Whether they are producing automobiles or hydroforming press parts, designers, manufacturers, and assembly personnel are very concerned about dimensional stability. Surfaces and holes must be located in a specified range and smaller is better. Concern escalates as the drive to improve quality and reduce build tolerances and problems increases.
February 8, 2005
Tube Hydroforming Design Flexibility—Part VII: Holes
When making holes in hydroformed parts, fabricators have many choices—milling, drilling, laser cutting, plasma cutting, flow drilling, post-piercing, and hydropiercing.
September 14, 2004
Tube Hydroforming Design Flexibility—Part VI
Tube hydroforming reshapes a tube from a normally round cross section to a desired shape. The final shape, usually rectangular, develops along the...
March 25, 2004
Part feature developments in hydroforming products
Tube hydroforming technology continues to develop in ways that improve part utility, economy, or process robustness. Auto parts that have recently been produced by hydroforming include roof rails, radiator enclosures, a front-end structural module, and roof rails.

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