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·  Hi, i am a grade 13 student looking for some information on hydroforming for my business administrative class. I was wondering if you might be able to tell me how hydroforming has effected technology and change as well as business and change. I would very much appreciate any material you may be able to provide me with. Thank you very much and i hope to here from you soon :) Diana
·  I\'m interested in hydroforming a large part from 300 series stainless steel. The material thickness should be between .045\": and .065\". (naturally thinner is less expensive.) The part size is 54\" long x 9\" wide x 4\" deep. I would like the name of vendors who have the capacity and experience to produce parts of this size. Thanks!

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·  Hi, i am a grade 13 student looking for some information on hydroforming for my business administrative class. I was wondering if you might be able to tell me how hydroforming has effected technology and change as well as business and change. I would very much appreciate any material you may be able to provide me with. Thank you very much and i hope to here from you soon :) Diana

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·  I\'m interested in hydroforming a large part from 300 series stainless steel. The material thickness should be between .045\": and .065\". (naturally thinner is less expensive.) The part size is 54\" long x 9\" wide x 4\" deep. I would like the name of vendors who have the capacity and experience to produce parts of this size. Thanks!

Please go to the Hydroforming Group at Yahoo and ask there the question again. click here

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