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Deep-Drawing Symposium Slated for May

Tuesday, March 28, 2006
 
The Spring 2006 North American Deep Drawing Research Group (NADDRG) Symposium will be held on May 4-5, 2006, at the Southern Research Institute Engineering Research Center in Birmingham, AL. The NADDRG fosters and encourages sheetmetal-forming research in the areas of materials, tool and die design, lubrication, testing and fabrication. Symposium topics emphasize experimental work, simulation, and practical solutions to these challenges. More information can be found at www.naddrg.org.

Denman & Davis Allies with Tools4Mfg.com

Monday, March 27, 2006
 
Independent steel-service center Denman & Davis, Clifton, NJ, has joined with Tools4Mfg.com, an online business-to-business trading community for steel suppliers and purchasers. Customers of the service center now have access to an advanced materials calculator that enables them to determine specific project requirements, including material types, grades and processing methods. Buyers then send that project information to Denman & Davis, via the database of registered suppliers, which then responds with an automated customer-specific price quote. Learn more at www.ddsteel.com.

Corus Tubular Blank to Become
the First Hydroformed Crash Can in Europe

Friday, March 24, 2006
 
Netherlands-based steel company Corus has won the contract to supply the Metalbages plant of the Gestamp Group in Pamplona, Spain, with its Hyfo tubular blank. Metalbages will hydroform the blanks into crash cans, reportedly the first hydroformed crash cans to go into production in the European automotive market. While traditional crash cans are typically constructed of as many as eight components, the hydroformed can will comprise a single part cut in half to produce a vehicle pair. The result: reduced assembly complexity and a significant weight reduction. Learn more at www.corusautomotive.com.

 

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