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May. 1, 2020Blending Old Processes with Advanced Technology

Like any young boys, the Herold brothers Tim and Pat looked up to their dad. He owned a sheet metal business, and as soon as they were old enough to pull the starter cord, you could find them pushing a lawn mower around the grounds of Hansman Industries.

When they grew a little older, you could find them working in the company’s shipping department. And eventually, the brothers earned college degrees and put those degrees to work at their father’s company.

Aug. 12, 2018HPM has another perfect Compliancy Score

A special thanks goes out to Bob Bishop and his gang for this achievement. Through hard work and the desire to make sure that everything is in place and that "HPM does what it says it will do", Bob has established a system of checks and balances that assures HPM is always on course.

This 2-day audit was pulled off without a hitch and HPM received a perfect score... NO minors, NO majors.

Again, well done Bob and well done to all at HPM...

Jan. 8, 2018HPM to Attend the 2020 Design-To-Part Trade Shows in Dallas, Atlanta, and Uncasville

Design-To-Part (a.k.a. "D2P") puts on top-notch trade shows that support and promote American contract manufacturers, so we're packing our bags and hitting the road for eight  D2P shows this year, the 1st three are listed below:

* Grapevine, TX (Dallas Area) - February 26th and 27th
* Atlanta, GA - March 25th and 26th
* Uncasville, CT - April 15th and 16th

May. 9, 2017We have added a new Pressbrake

In our effort to continually stay on the leading edge of technology, HPM has added a new Pressbrake to our fleet of Pressbrakes.

This pressbrake has state of the art light curtain technology that not only assures that our operators are safe but adds speed to the process.

We will add shop floor images once the installation has been completed.

It is a great addition and we look forward to using it to better service your sheetmetal fabrication needs.

Mar. 30, 2017Todays Fun Fact

Many people, myself included, are fascinated with LARGE numbers.. so today I thought I would share a few BIG numbers.

The question of the day, and the topic of todays Fun Fact is this..

Not counting the Sun, which star is the closest to our planet Earth?

The answer is: Alpha Centauri..

It's part of a cluster of stars in that part of our Solar System..

So how far is it away (ps - here come the BIG numbers)?

In simple numbers it is 4.24 light years away.. not too far, right..