Elastoforming is an economical and high productivity forming technique to stamp medium and small batches of shallow parts production.
Aluminum alloys and stainless steel are the two most common materials formed by elastoforming

The process uses high pressure to press a blank into a die using flexible, high strength elastomer pads.

The process allows the manufacture of a wide range of parts:

  • Stiffeners
  • Piperwork supports
  • Structural frames and stringers
  • Leading edge reinforcing pieces
  • Supports and gussets

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