At Roller Die + Forming, we offer sheet metal fabrication and assembly services. Our team of experts can handle virtually all types of metal assembly to your unique requirements. We use the best tools and processes to achieve accurate and highly durable parts, with no room for inconsistencies. From prototype to production, Roller Die + Forming remains your reliable partner for your various metal assembly needs.
Metal Assembly Services
Roller Die + Forming is an industry leader in producing various high-quality metal parts and components to meet the demands of our customers. From riveting components together to providing complex welded assemblies, we offer excellent metal assembly services in addition to custom roll forming to serve the needs of clients in a wide range of industries.
When you need metal assembly services, it’s absolutely essential that they are performed to your exact specifications. With our dedicated and skilled team offering assembly services, we can take the specifications you provide us and return the exact metal components you are looking for.
Roller Die has the knowledge and experience needed to be your metal components manufacturer of choice.
Types of Metal Assembly
There are several types of metal assembly Roller Die + Forming can help in your manufacturing process. These include:
This involves using different kinds of fasteners such as nuts, screws, bolts, and more, to assemble or join several parts together. Mechanical assembly is well suited for assemblies that are not permanent or may need adjustments and routine maintenance.
Riveting is similar to welding. However, it is cheaper and provides less strength. This type of metal assembly is great for assembles and parts that need shear strength. Riveting is often used for metal parts and components that are used for processes that encounter unstable pressure and temperature.
This involves fusing two or more parts together to become a single part. This method is ideal for creating assemblies that are permanent, structural, and require strength.
This requires melting a filler metal and using it to bond two metal components together. This type of metal assembly method is used for electronic parts, plumbing pipes, gutters, flashing, and jewelry.