14.05.2024

HOTmatic HM 35 for Metform LLC

Metform is expanding its range of machines with a Hatebur HOTmatic HM 35. With this new press, the American company will be able to meet a current market need.

Metform and Hatebur have been partners for many years. A total of eleven of our machines are being used at the three branches in the Federal State of Illinois – the largest stock of Hatebur forging presses in the whole of North America. An AMP 20 N was delivered to Metform only last year, and an HM 35 in combination with a CEFI bar heating system is now being added. “In our constantly changing market conditions, demand for larger formed parts is increasing,” says Managing Director Steve Wright explaining the investment, adding: “The Hatebur HOTmatic HM 35 will help us in this new business area.”

Progress through innovation

Metform was founded in 1976 as the hot forming division of MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions. The company produces high-quality components for leading motor vehicle manufacturers and has a first-class development department. “We have a fantastic team at Metform. Thanks to our SME culture and our hardworking ethos, we combine punctual delivery with extremely high quality,” explains Steve Wright. Metform’s declared aim is to ensure continual improvement in its own business and in the sector as a whole. As a partner and supplier, we are proud to join the company on this ambitious path.

 

 

14.05.2024

HOTmatic HM 35 for Metform LLC

Metform is expanding its range of machines with a Hatebur HOTmatic HM 35. With this new press, the American company will be able to meet a current market need.
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08.05.2024

Brass production on the AMP 20 S

The subject of hot forming often revolves around the processing of steel. Nevertheless, the second most frequently used material should not be ignored: Every fourth Hatebur HOTmatic AMP 20 S delivered is used to produce forging blanks made of brass.
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04.03.2024

Vocational training at Hatebur

Hatebur has been training apprentices since 1954. This means that young people receive solid theoretical and practical training in the mechanical engineering industry. In doing so, the company provides young people with prospects for the future and, if needed, can hire well-educated specialists after they finish their apprenticeship.
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