Industrial mechanical-pneumatic (IMP) or hydraulic metalforming machines are used for the production of parts and components. They are classified according to the type of metal they form. IMP machines are used to form aluminum, brass, copper, magnesium, nickel, stainless steel, and titanium alloys. Hydraulic metalforming machines are used to form metals that have a hard but brittle texture, such as titanium and aluminum alloys.

Industrial Mechanical-Pneumatic Or Hydraulic Metal Forming Machines injuries can occur due to a variety of factors, such as:

-Incorrect use of the machine
-User error
-Mechanical failure
-Errors in the manufacturing process

One of the most serious types of injuries caused by industrial metal forming machines is puncture wounds. When the machine is operating improperly or when it is overloaded, it can cause the metal pieces being formed to fly off the machine and hit someone in the head or body. Other types of injuries that can occur include lacerations, broken bones, and severe head or back injuries. Because these machines are so large and powerful, it is important for workers to be aware of the risks involved and to use proper safety equipment when operating them.

If you have been injured by a mechanical-pneumatic or hydraulic metal forming machine, you should contact an attorney to help you get the compensation you deserve.