Hydroforming by Stuecklen Manufacturing Company opens the door to custom metal parts for your industrial and manufacturing business. Our precision metal forming processes turn your unique designs into custom metal products and components. We know it takes a lot of pieces, machined just right, to create a quality end result. We’re here to help you achieve that.

Just some of the manufacturing industries that can take advantage of hydroforming.

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Household Goods
  • Building Materials
  • Sporting Goods
  • Paper & Pulp
  • Engineering
  • Electronics
  • Furniture
  • Textiles

Machining Quality Parts For The Manufacturing Industry

Our metal spinning capabilities go above and beyond traditional die, metal on metal, sheet metal forming. Through the hydroforming process, virtually any shape can be turned into a custom metal piece in your choice of material. We are Lockheed Martin certified and can create forms from 15” to 32” with one of the largest hydroforming machines in the nation.

  • Appliance Parts
  • Repair Parts
  • Factory Equipment Parts
  • Brackets
  • Reflectors
  • Enclosures
  • Trays
  • Prototypes
  • Handles
  • Bases

Advantages Of Hydroforming

When you choose hydroforming, you are selecting both quality and economy. Tooling costs are kept low because only the male punch is needed. We can even use your tooling if you have it. You don’t have to worry about uneven, inconsistent or scraped, lined or scuffed results. Punch wear and tear are also cut down as metal meets pressurized rubber instead of hard steel.

Your Designs, Our Expertise

This precise form of metal forming can be used in your industrial manufacturing outfit to create custom parts to repair your industrial equipment without the high costs of 3D printing. Remake parts for older manufacturing equipment or components for a new prototype. We work with you to make your design a reality and guarantee your satisfaction with the results.

See How Hydroforming Can Benefit You

At Stuecklen Manufacturing Company based out of Chicago, we are small, women-owned, and one of the oldest hydroforming and metal forming companies in the US. Call today and speak directly with one of our owners about how we can take your industrial metal parts designs to the next level. We look forward to serving you.