EWI Forming Center Workshop Highlights Advancements, New Capabilities
The annual EWI Forming Center Workshop was held on October 5 at EWI headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. Industry leaders convened to share knowledge and discuss applications, advances, and challenges related to sheet metal forming.
The event, geared largely towards the automotive industry, featured presentations from Honda, Aida, KTH, AK Steel, AMAG, Fuchs, AutoForm, and others. Topics ranged from warm forming high-strength aluminum alloys to the lubrication in forming lightweight sheet materials. Approximately 75 participants attended the workshop.
The event culminated with a EWI Forming Center open house featuring live demonstrations. Of particular interest was EWI’s new, 330-ton servo forming press, which was recently funded by a $1.5 million grant from the State of Ohio. The Forming Center team showcased the press’s cold forming capabilities to the visitors. Other demonstrations included warm forming of high strength aluminum alloys, and 3D scanning of formed parts with ATOS for springback measurement.
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