Welcome to Versaform Corporation!

Versaform Corporation is recognized as a world leader in forming, with capabilities involving the Stretch Form, Draw Form, Brake Form and Hydro Forming processes, 5-Axis CNC Routing, as well as Bench Top Assemblies, Sheet Metal Fabrication, Welding and CMM Inspection.

The very latest materials technology and manufacturing systems are employed to produce complex structural components using aluminum, titanium and stainless steel alloys for application within the Aerospace, Military, Architectural and Commercial arenas.

A skilled employment force using, the most advanced equipment available, perform the forming processes with the highest level of precision that meets and often exceeds the Customer specification requirements.

Established internal systems are employed, meeting the requirements of internationally recognized AS9000 and ISO9002 standards.

We encourage you to browse this web site and discover how Versaform Corporation’s commitment to making a quality product, in a timely Manner, at a competitive price may assist in making your next project a complete, profitable success.

Capabilities

Possessing one of the largest inventories of Stretch Forming, Fabrication and Processing equipment in North America, Versaform Corporation’s capability is virtually unlimited with regards to the variety and scope of products and services offered. We specialize in stretch forming extrusion and sheet metal shapes utilizing the process where the metal is stretched around a forming block configured to the customer’s design, tolerances and specifications thereby duplicating the customer’s desired shape or contour.

Versaform Corporation has capabilities to contour any skin, including compound and reverse contours or extrusion configuration. Formed shapes can be contoured from rectangular, round or square tubing, brake form sheet metal shapes such as angles and channels, extrusions, pressure plates, dome caps, ellipses and compound radii. Materials of various descriptions are used to form these shapes including but not limited to aluminum, stainless steel, copper, brass, muntz and carbon steel.

Versaform Corporation also offers secondary forming and manufacturing capabilities such as Ring Roll forming, Compression forming, Brake forming and Stretch Draw forming. These processes combined with our internal Heat Treating capabilities as well as various types of Hardness Testing expands our capabilities even further.

Versaform Corporation competes for business emphasizing the “Big Three” requirements, Quality, Delivery and Price. These requirements combined with the implementation of strong internal procedures, along with an emphasis on Aerospace structures and components coupled with the necessary equipment available to our experienced personnel, allows Versaform Corporation to be a successful and reliable business partner to our customer.

Company Information

Versaform Corporation is a full service, metal forming shop utilizing a quarter century of experience in advanced forming processes to manufacture a wide variety of Aerospace, Military and Commercial structural components. While placing a strong emphasis on Aerospace manufacturing, Versaform Corporation easily services and supports the needs of architectural, commercial glazing, solarium and retail manufacturers throughout the United States, Canada and overseas.

We are experts in:

Forming
Special Processing
Welding
Sheet Metal Fabrication
Tooling
5 Axis CNC Routing
Assemblies
Water Jet Cutting
CMM Inspection

Our expansive equipment inventory, coupled with our experienced personnel, allows for Versaform Corporation to offer the highest quality product and service unmatched by our competitors. With our expertise and proficiency in forming aluminum, steel, stainless steel, brass, copper, bronze, muntz and other various exotic materials and using our abilities to provide complete design and fabrication services, we have formed thousand of components for companies worldwide.

Certifications

Versaform Corporation employs a Quality System Certified and Registered to the International Standard ISO9002:1994 and Certified to the Domestic Standard AS9000:1998. Our Calibration Systems are compliant to the International Standard ISO10012-1:1993 and to the Domestic Standard ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 1994. Our facilities are constantly monitored and audited by our Customers for compliance to their standards and are proud of our continued success in maintaining adherence to these stringent requirements.

Quality Systems Approvals include:

BAES
Beech / Raytheon
Bell
Boeing / Douglas Commercial
Boeing / Douglas Military
Boeing / Douglas MTA
Boeing Commercial
Boeing Defense & Space
Boeing Military
Bombardier
Bristol
Cessna

De Havilland
Flameco / Barnes
Fleet
Goodrich
Gulfstream Aerospace Tech
Hamilton-Sundstrand
United Technologies
Lockheed / Martin
Northrop / Grumman Commercial
Northrop / Grumman E2C
Northrop / Grumman Military
Raytheon

Forming Approvals include:

BAE BAEP 4540 Forming Aluminum

Boeing

BAC 5300 Forming Aluminum
DPS 3.6 Forming Aluminum
DPS 4.801 Forming Titanium
DPS 4.806 Forming Steel
PS 14.007 Forming Aluminum
PS 14.107 Forming Titanium
PS 20.701.2 Forming Metal

Bombardier PPS 1.02 Forming Aluminum

Cessna / Textron

CSMP 017 Forming Sheet Metal / Extrusions

Gulfstream

GAMPS 2101 Forming Aluminum
GAMPS 2106 Forming Titanium
GAMPS 2113 Forming Steel

Lockheed STP 51-302 Forming Sheet Metal / Extrusions
STP 65096 Forming 7XXX Aluminum
STP 75016 Forming 2XXX Aluminum
LADC-P-70-1046 Sheet Metal

Northrop/Grumman

PS 14.007 Forming Titanium
MA-122 Forming Aluminum

*2 AXIS Water Jet Capability
*5 AXIS Routing Capability

Special Process Approvals include:

CUSTOMER SPECIFICATION TITLE SPEC
BAE Heat Treating of Aluminum BAEP 9004
BAEP 9006
BAEP 9081
BAEP 9088
BAEP 4638
Boeing Commercial
Boeing Military
Boeing Defense & Space
Heat Treating of Aluminum
Temper Inspection of Aluminum
BAC 5602
BAC 5946
BAC 5651
Boeing / Douglas Commercial
Boeing / Douglas Military
Heat Treating Aluminum DPS 7.00-1
DPS 7.00-1-17
Boeing / Douglas MTA General Heat Treating of Aluminum P.S. 15500
Cessna Anneal CSMP003
Goodrich Heat Treating of Aluminum RPS 12.31
Gulfstream Heat Treating of Aluminum GAMPS 5108
Lockheed Martin Heat Treating of Aluminum AMS-H-6008 /
AMS 2770
Northrop Commercial Heat Treating of Aluminum DPS 7.00-1
DPS 7.00-1-17
Northrop Military General Heat Treating of Aluminum P.S. 15500
Raytheon Aircraft Heat Treating of Aluminum AMS-H-6008 /
AMS 2770

Stretch Form, Draw Form, Brake Form and Hydro Forming processe

Globe Engineering Hydroforming


The very latest materials technology and manufacturing systems are employed to produce complex structural components using aluminum, titanium and stainless steel alloys for application within the Aerospace, Military, Architectural and Commercial arenas. A skilled employment force using, the most advanced equipment available, perform the forming processes with the highest level of precision that meets and often exceeds the Customer specification requirements.

Formed shapes can be contoured from rectangular, round or square tubing, brake form sheet metal shapes such as angles and channels, extrusions, pressure plates, dome caps, ellipses and compound radii. Materials of various descriptions are used to form these shapes including but not limited to aluminum, stainless steel, copper, brass, muntz and carbon steel.

Draw Forming or Deep Draw Forming is the process of forming sheet metal components from aluminum alloy or stainless steel, between an edge-opposing punch and die, (draw ring), thereby producing the desired cup, cone, box or shell-like part configuration. The distinction between Draw Forming and Deep Draw Forming is generally related to the depth of the drawn shape versus the end result diameter or width.

In the application of standard or shallow Draw Forming, the process usually results in a shape no deeper than half its end width or diameter. Applying the Deep Drawing process will result in attaining a shape in which the depth generally exceeds more than half of the end width or diameter. As reduction (thinning) of the material thickness resulting from the draw process may occur, a multiple stage drawing process using 2, 3 or 4 individual steps may be required.

Joggling is a process used to apply offsets in a flat or curved plane, consisting of two parallel bends, in opposite directions within a part cross section. Joggles may be applied at room temperature or at elevated or reduced temperature depending on the depth and length of the joggle combined with the alloy type and gauge. Joggles may be applied using a Press Brake or during a Stretch Form operation.