Vari-Form Inc.

250 Lothian Ave.
Strathroy, ON N7G 3J3

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

Recent Content on for Vari-Form Inc.

August 4, 2015
Vari-Form joins Crowne Group LLC
Vari-Form, Troy, Mich., a manufacturer of lightweight, hydroformed automotive parts, has announced that the company has been acquired by...
June 16, 2015
Vari-Form named Supply Chain Management Supplier of the Year by FCA US
Vari-Form, Troy, Mich., has been selected by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) US LLC as 2015 Supply Chain Management Supplier of the Year. Recent...
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.


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