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Planning for the future of automobiles may include the use of superplastic forming, which produces strong, lightweight parts and components for automobiles, trucks, aircraft and aerospace.

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Document Title: Superplastic Forming
Category: Materials Science
Media Type: Graphics
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Background: Doors trunks and hoods made with the superplastic forming process have proved more crashworthy than the standard steel components used on today's autos.
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