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Tube End Forming Machines

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of tube end forming machine manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top tube end forming machine manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find tube end forming machine companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture tube end forming machines to your companies specifications. Then contact the tube end forming machine companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of the tube end process, pipe end forming machine, tube end forming hand tools or customized tube end forming machines of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Sturgis, MI

    We promise that all of our solutions are safe, accurate, flexible, timely and cost effective. Over the years we have reduced our manufacturing time which has resulted in savings for our customers. We are continuously researching the latest innovations in our industry. These uncompromising items are engineered with your applications in mind. Our unprecedented tube forming machinery is very affordable and long-lasting.

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  • Brunswick, GA

    For over 50 years, Haven Manufacturing Corporation has built a solid reputation as the productivity leader in the tube recutting industry. As our business continues to grow, we have kept the focus on providing new cost-effective machinery and total solutions that increase output without adding additional labor resources. You can trust Haven to provide fully integrated solutions to meet all of your needs for tube loading, precision cutting, deburring, end finishing, washing stacking needs.

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  • Novi, MI

    BLM GROUP is a global leader in tube processing, from laser cutting to cold saw, bending, end-forming and measurement. We have a worldwide presence that brings the highest expertise and skill to a wide range of manufacturing sites. Specifically, our line of end-forming machines brings you options for success. Visit our website for details on our TUBE-FORM ELE and our TUBE FORM with a rotary table.

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  • Norcross, GA

    We are a leading manufacturer of tube bending machines, using copper, brass and aluminum tubes. Tube end forming can be implemented to close, reduce or expand the end of a pipe or tube. We also build pipe flanging and collaring machines. Serving automotive, HVAC and food service industries.

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Tube End Forming Machines Industry Information

Tube End Forming Machines

Tube end forming machines, or swaging machines, are used to increase or decrease the diameter of the end of a pipe. They are most often used to connect two pipes together with a permanent joint. The ends of tubes can also be flattened, slotted, notched, flared, flanged, or punched.

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Production Through Tube End Forming Machines

This metal shaping process is a variation of cold forming, meaning that the metal tube or pipe is shaped using increased pressure, not heat. Tube end forming machines use hydraulic or mechanical presses. Often these presses use a repeated hammering motion to shape the tube. Because tube end forming is a shaping process and requires no cutting, there is no wasted metal that needs to be thrown out at the end of the process, therefore being cost-efficient and non-wasteful. Tube end forming machines are used on a variety of metal materials, including steel, aluminum, brass, copper, titanium, and stainless steel. The products fabricated by tube end forming machines are used in the aerospace, automotive, construction, marine, medical, and military industries.



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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Tubex to Represent Burr Oak Tool in Canada

To better serve our Canadian based customers, Burr OAK Tool has established a partnership with Tubex Technology Machinery Inc. located in Montreal, Canada. Tubex is a provider of tube forming, bending, and cutting machines that serve the HVAC, steel fabrication, and sheet metal industries. By joining with Tubex, OAK is able to offer customers expanded representation and support to better meet and anticipate customer needs. Contact an OAK or Tubex representative today to learn about the enhanced solutions available for your company. For 70 years, Burr Oak Tool Inc. has... Read More About This

Burr Oak Tool Celebrates 70 Years and New Building

Burr Oak Tool Inc. is celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2014.  Founded on October 20, 1944 in Burr Oak, Michigan, the company began to provide tools, dies and fixtures to local companies.  Today, Burr Oak Tool is located in Sturgis, MI and has designed customized production machinery for the heat transfer and tube processing industries with OAK machines installed and successfully operating in over 70 countries.  Providing quality machines, service and parts to customers worldwide reinforces Burr Oak’s slogan, “Global Experience...Local Solutions.” Burr Oak Tool has also... Read More About This

NEW APPS AVAILABLE FROM BURR OAK TOOL

Three new OAK apps are now offered by Burr Oak Tool Inc. through the Apple App store: BurrOak App, BurrOakLT App, and BurrOakSim App.  These apps provide detailed information and even 3-D tours of the machines available from Burr Oak Tool of Sturgis, Michigan. The BurrOak App offers specifications on the machines sold by Burr Oak Tool with PDF files featuring operational and financial benefits and videos of most of the machines in the OAK catalog.  Updates provide information on new products and releases.  The BurrOakLT App is intended for... Read More About This

NEW OAK TRIUMPH ELECTRIC HAIRPIN BENDER LITERATURE SHEET

A new literature sheet is available from Burr Oak Tool Inc. featuring the OAK Triumph Electric Hairpin Bender.  This literature offers the features and benefits of the machine including 70% increase in productivity, smaller factory footprint, quicker tooling changes and ability to produce straighter legs and more consistent leg lengths than other hairpin benders.  The inside of the literature compares the OAK Triumph short and long versions to standard hairpin benders in cycle times, changeovers, footprints, productivity and investment.  Economic, technical and user advantages are also listed for this machine.         ... Read More About This