Fluid Cell sheet hydroforming creates parts with a single unmated tool, using a pressurized bladder. The sheet material is placed on a stationary tool which rests unsecured on the lower platen. Hydraulic fluid, pressurizes the bladder and exerts equal pressure on every point inside the chamber. Multiple parts can be run in a single Fluid Cell cycle, as long as the tools and blanks fit within the forming area – including parts of varying sizes. Triform Fluid Cell presses can be thought of as high-performance alternatives to traditional solid-block rubber pad forming.