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October 28, 2008
Hydraulic presses for hot stamping meet weight, safety mandates
Press hardening, or hot stamping, of automotive structural safety components is a relatively new process that the metal forming industry has developed in response to mandates issued by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration... Read more...

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August 8, 2007
Turning it around (fast)
As offshore suppliers become fierce low-price competitors, many U.S. stampers are facing stark choices. To avoid further market share erosion, some are differentiating their offerings by creating a niche market or offering value-added services.... Read more...

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December 12, 2006
Viking's range of choices
Viking Range Corp., Greenwood, Miss., was the first appliance-maker to popularize commercial-grade stainless steel appliances for residential kitchens with the introduction of its original range in 1987. According to the appliance-maker, it has... Read more...

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October 10, 2006
Transfer technology
As with profit margins, the margin for error in the metal forming industry is becoming tighter and tighter—choosing the wrong equipment or delaying new technology investments can quickly make a pressroom uncompetitive. And these... Read more...

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March 7, 2006
Stamping complex parts
Wisconsin-based Tools Inc. is proud of its deep-drawing expertise for highly complex parts. In the past, however, producing highly stylized shapes posed a continual challenge. "Our in-house stamping capabilities consisted entirely of... Read more...

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December 13, 2005
A need for speed
Located in 28 countries, Dana Corporation, Toledo, Ohio, is a supplier of axles, driveshafts, engines, frames, chassis, and transmissions. The automotive supplier, which delivers to major car manufacturers around the world, reported 2004... Read more...

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May 10, 2005
Reinventing the wheel - Automated line reduces in-process inventory, increases production flexibility
Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp. in Lincoln, Neb., produces a variety of vehicles, such as motorcycles, Jet Ski®s, ATVs (all-terrain vehicles), industrial robots, and MULE™ utility vehicles, and is the largest manufacturer and... Read more...

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January 13, 2004
Hydroforming heats up
Hydroforming at Higher Temperatures The majority of hydroforming knowledge is based on steel. Steel's characteristics make it a favorable choice for many products, and steel has been the dominant material in many industries, especially... Read more...

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July 25, 2002
Reinventing the wheel - Chrome plater develops automated wheel polishing process
The subsequent chrome plating operation requires that the finish on the wheels be of exceptionally high quality, because even the slightest imperfections stand out once the plating is complete. Next imagine how difficult it is for your... Read more...