A) An old lady who looks as if she is about to die.
B) An old friend who once saved your life.
C) The perfect man or woman you have longed to meet.
Knowing that there is room for only one passenger in your car, what would you do?
This moral dilemma, Paul Sloane of Destination Innovation, writes was used in a job interview setting. Many answers were given but only one candidate out of one hundred gave what was judged the best answer. “I would give the car keys to my old friend and let him take the lady to the hospital while I would wait for the bus with the woman of my dreams.”
By doing some lateral thinking he made ideal use of the resources in the problem. If we were to look at problems the same way we might gain a new perspective and find a creative solution.
“Genius is seeing what everyone else sees and thinking what no one else has thought.” A quote from Albert Nagyrapolt, the physiologist who discovered vitamin C hits the nail on the head. By recognizing the obvious and then looking at the problem from a different view point you might gain a new insight.
Pryer Technology Group and Beckwood Press have teamed up to bring the Triform line of hydroforming machines to the industry. From their own experience and research, it was found that existing hydroform presses were too expensive, too heavy and physically impractical for many users. Additionally, quality used hydroform presses are rare and often antiquated with questionable control and hydraulic systems.
The use of advanced engineering allowed for the design of a unique pressure containment
system that significantly reduced the press size without sacrificing integrity or durability.
Triform Hydroform Presses are available with CNC Deep Draw or bladder only capabilities in a variety of sizes.
By looking at the current problems facing those in the industry, a new perspective on old technology was formed. Today those problems have been solved by the innovative possibilities that the Triform line brings to the industry.