Fabrication

Fabrication of Finished Goods

Fabrication of Finished Goods

Custom metal fabrication services are available alongside our metal roll forming options. At Roller Die + Forming, we made our name in roll forming, but we also offer fabrication services, including custom stainless steel fabrication. When offering both services, we are able to offer our customers an efficient, cost-effective way to approach fabrication services, by performing these services in the same environment where the rolling takes place. Some parts require both roll forming and fabrication, in which case doing those processes together or as part of an assembly line helps keep the piece price low.

Once your parts are formed, we can quickly and easily perform the processes needed to add them to a larger fabrication. These fabrication processes can include weldingriveting, co-extrusion of plastic, and the addition of extruded aluminum, plastic, or formed steel reinforcements. We also perform automatic cuts to length, sawing, piercing, and assembly. As always with our custom metal parts, all of these operations can be done in a variety of shapes and sizes.

High-quality fabrication is an essential aspect of the success and reliability of custom metal parts and components. For your fabrication of finished goods, Roller Die + Forming has all the skills and necessary experience under one roof. For decades, our qualified team of metal fabricators and roll forming experts have provided engineering services and components to a wide range of industries across North America. From welding to bending, cutting, forming, precision polishing, assembly, and finishing, we have what it takes to handle all your fabrication needs.

What is Metal Fabrication?

Metal fabrication refers to a combination of processes, including cutting, bending, and assembly, used for creating metal parts, structures, and components. The process can be used to create both custom and stock metal products. The metal fabrication process is used in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, construction, chemicals, shipbuilding, and so forth.

What Are The Advantages Of Using Fabrication From Roller Die?

Cost-Effective

This is a cost-effective process. Thus, making it suitable for high-volume production.

Versatility

This can take place through various processes, including soldering, chipping, welding, casting, and so forth.

Improved Strength and Durability

Metal parts and components produced through fabrication often feature added strength and durability. They are some of the strongest and most durable materials used in various industries.

Our Fabrication Capabilities

Roller Die + Forming is an industry leader in providing metal fabrication services. We invest in cutting-edge metal fabrication technology and advanced production management systems. With this, we are able to consistently deliver superior quality parts, components, and services that guarantee outstanding value.

Our fabrication capabilities can be used to support the creation of a variety of different finished goods; everything from truck components to shelving. Best of all, the fabrication work we do is all backed up by over 60 years in the custom metal components business, so you can be sure we will approach your project with knowledge and experience.

Our Fabrication Capabilities

Roller Die + Forming is an industry leader in providing metal fabrication services. We invest in cutting-edge metal fabrication technology and advanced production management systems. With this, we are able to consistently deliver superior quality parts, components, and services that guarantee outstanding value.

Our fabrication capabilities can be used to support the creation of a variety of different finished goods; everything from truck components to shelving. Best of all, the fabrication work we do is all backed up by over 60 years in the custom metal components business, so you can be sure we will approach your project with knowledge and experience.

Roller Die + Forming News & Articles

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Steel and Other Materials Used for Roll Forming

Roll forming is what we specialize in at Roller Die + Forming. It is a metal forming process that is widely used in the manufacturing of complex metal shapes. This process involves the continuous bending of a long strip of metal through a series of rollers to form a desired shape. Steel is the most […]

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Ron Martin, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Retires, Awarded Kentucky Colonel

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Rapidly growing custom metal forming company Roller Die celebrates retirement and Kentucky Colonel award for key member of senior staff Ron Martin. The announcement of Ron Martin’s retirement in December was met by the senior team with a heart-felt outpouring of appreciation for all his support, mentoring, and dedication. For the last […]

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Roller Die + Forming Acquires Existing Company Roller Die and Forming of Alabama

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Rapidly growing custom metal forming company Roller Die recently acquired Roller Die and Forming of Alabama with a facility located in Eufaula, Alabama. At the close of 2022, Roller Die + Forming completed an acquisition of Roller Die and Forming of Alabama, located in Eufaula, Alabama. As an existing roll form facility […]