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November 1, 2013
Turning up the heat on tube hydroforming
Although hydroforming has become a relatively common manufacturing process in recent years, it formerly was reserved for high-volume parts because of the high price of entry—presses and dies don’t come cheap. As tool designs have become... Read more...
August 29, 2012
Interlaken Technology becomes division of Water Works Mfg.
Interlaken Technology, Chaska, Minn., has been purchased by Water Works Mfg. LLC, Cambridge, Minn. Remaining at its current location, Interlaken Technologies will be a division of Water Works Mfg.
Interlaken Technology manufactures production... Read more...
August 1, 2009
Warm forming aluminum magnesium components
In all applications, being able to form complex features and details in a single step is an advantage. In addition, for automotive applications, improved forming characteristics open the possibility for more use of aluminum and magnesium to reduce... Read more...
February 10, 2009
Hot stamping press accommodates complex automotive components
Interlaken's turnkey, fully automated hot stamping press system is suitable for volume manufacturing of complex automotive components from strong, light materials. According to the company, the press eliminates springback problems in... Read more...
July 15, 2008
Hydroforming press suitable for production, materials research applications
Interlaken Technology Corp. offers hydroforming press systems for use in production and materials research applications. The computer-controlled hydraulic press systems, which incorporate data acquisition, are designed to hydroform tube and... Read more...
March 11, 2008
It's one thing to manufacture a tube; it's another to test it to verify its characteristics. Regardless of the raw material or the production method used to make the tube, pressure testing can be a necessary step in verifying the tube's... Read more...
March 7, 2006
The heat is off
The heat exchanger shell requires forming numerous complex shapes in a short cycle time.
The process of developing a hydroformed part is similar in many ways to developing a stamping. Factors that must be... Read more...
March 27, 2003
Fill 'er Up
Fuel filler tubes currently are manufactured from carbon steel tubing, which is expanded using mechanical forming techniques. The filler tube then is welded to a section of tubing that is bent to the shape required by the vehicle's design.... Read more...