AutoForm’s software covers various forming technologies such as line/transfer die stamping, progressive die stamping, aluminum stamping, high-strength steel stamping, hot forming, hemming and tube hydroforming. Our state-of-the-art products that correspond to these technologies enable you to resolve the issue at hand.
Line/Transfer die stamping technology allows manufacturers or suppliers to successfully deal with complex part geometries, modern materials, tight deadline requirements and quality demands. With this technology, you can reduce overall lead time and costs, while ensuring high part quality.
Faced with high-volume production, complex part designs, tight tolerances and increasing cost reduction demands, manufacturers and suppliers rely on progressive die stamping technology. This technology enables you to increase productivity and reduce costs.
With the automotive industry’s increasing cost reduction and environmental priorities, the production of lightweight cars has risen significantly. By substituting steel components with aluminum alloys, you can achieve a reduction in car weight without compromising on size.
Today, those involved in automotive part production face tough requirements regarding vehicle weight reduction and its impact on fuel consumption, carbon dioxide (CO2) emission limits and manufacturing costs. By applying high-strength steels, you can reduce the weight of stamped parts without compromising on strength.
Hot forming has become increasingly important for the automotive industry in meeting specific requirements for lower overall weight and higher crash safety. Parts produced by hot forming are characterized by high strength, complex shapes and reduced springback effects.
Accurate hemming is very important since it affects surface appearance and surface quality. Material deformations, which occur during the hemming process, can lead to dimensional deviations and other typical hemming defects, including splits and wrinkles in the flange, material overlaps in the corner areas and material roll-in.
Tubular parts with complex shapes and contours, high resistance, low weight and high-quality surfaces pose challenges in the automotive industry. In comparison to classical stamping technology, tube hydroforming allows you greater freedom in designing such parts and ensure for cost savings in terms of tooling, set-up time and material.
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