For more than 60 years, Roller Die + Forming has been providing reliable metal finishing solutions. We have built a reputation for offering quality workmanship and outstanding services. We provide metal finishing services at our facility, using state-of-the-art equipment and innovative techniques. No matter your custom metal finishing needs, we have the ideal solution for you. Contact us today to learn more about services. We serve various industries, including aerospace, automotive, construction, and so forth.
Metal Assembly Services
Roller Die + Forming is an industry leader in providing metal finishing services. From powder coating to toll coating, wet paint finishes, e-coating, and more, we offer you a wide range of metal finishing options to meet your needs. With our metal finishing capabilities, we can improve the appearance and durability of your various metal parts and components.
Our Rossville, Georgia plant has the distinction of having an in-house, state-of-the-art powder coating system providing automotive and appliance-grade quality finishes. An eight-stage wash and pre-treatment system using nano-technology assures parts are clean and that there will be a high level of corrosion resistance. Salt spray test chambers are used for verification.
On the coating line, new computer controlled spray systems optimize efficiency and ensure consistent quality. Our system is designed to handle various substrate materials, from hot-rolled and cold-rolled steel to galvanized materials and aluminum. We powder coat both small and large parts.
At our other plants, we work closely with various finishing suppliers to provide completed parts or assemblies requiring powder coating, wet painting, e-coating, or anodizing.
All of our plants perform buffing and polishing operations before shipping parts to your location. We can also offer just-in-time delivery and kitting to further provide the right parts at the right time in the right sequence.
What Are The Advantages of Metal Finishing?
Industrial metal finishing is known to offer the following advantages:
Metal finishing will help to improve the appearance of a metal part or component.
Finishing a metal part can help to reduce the effects of friction.
Metal finishing helps to limit the impact of corrosion on metal parts. The coating helps keep the air from the metal, making the component more resistant to rust or corrosion.
Having a finished coat can serve as a primer coat to promote paint adhesion.
The metal finishing process can be done to make it easier to solder metal parts.
Metal finishing provides metal parts with a protective layer that increases wear resistance. Also, it helps in strengthening the substrate.
Also, metal finishing can be done to enhance chemical resistance and make a metal surface electrically conductive. The process also helps to clean, polish, and remove surface defects.
Roller Die + Forming News & Articles
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]