Tray-Style Sheet-Hydroforming Presses

Saturday, October 01, 2011
>>>>>Pryer Technology Group, Tulsa, OK, manufacturer of Triform sheet-hydroforming presses, introduces two new tray-style presses designed for aircraft-parts production.>>>>Triform presses use high-pressure hydraulic fluid in a flexible rubber bladder to form sheetmetal using a single tool, producing parts in a range of complex geometric shapes. The line was developed and launched in 2008 to replace the original sheet-hydroforming equipment made in the 1960s and 1970s, which can be plagued by high maintenance costs, frequent downtime and limited availability of replacement parts, say Pryer Technology representatives. >>>>The two new Triform presses include the Model 1648BD, with a 16- by 48-in. work envelope; and the Model 2448BD, with a 24- by 48-in. work envelope. Both presses deliver standard pressure to 5000 psi, with Model 1648BD also available with 10,000-psi capacity. >>>>Triform presses are compact and portable, and most models have no special flooring requirements. Their state-of-the-art hydraulics and advanced touchscreen controls can optimize part quality while reducing material and labor costs. The presses come in 10 different models, including those equipped with a hydraulic punch cylinder to allow forming of deep-drawn parts with depths up to 13 in. >>>>Pryer Technology Group: 855/864-4670; >>>>


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