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Roll Forming: a Sustainable Manufacturing Process

“Sustainability” has grown to become an essential business strategy in manufacturing and is important to the team at Roller Die + Forming.  Shareholders continually push manufacturers for evidence of their sustainable practices[i].  As a result, manufacturing companies are investing heavily in bringing their products, process, and plants up to certified sustainable levels as well as purchasing components supporting the same attributes.  Maintaining a sustainable business practice has become a way [...]

Roller Die Supports USA Cares

The team at Roller Die + Forming is choosing to support USA Cares again this year as part of our holiday philanthropy efforts. Many of our employees are veterans and we want show that we appreciate their service and care about what happens to military personnel when they return from overseas. Many servicemen need on-going treatment or run into financial difficulties when transitioning from life in the military to life [...]

Roll Formed Parts in the Truck Trailer Market

The Roll Forming process is particularly valuable when the customer’s volume increases exponentially over press brake. Usually, at this point, Roll Forming becomes more affordable for the volume of the job can be completed faster with less labor cost per piece. In addition to this, Roll Forming allows for more complex profiles than traditional press brakes. Roller Die + Forming and the Truck Trailer Market Roll Forming can be used in [...]

Roller Die Runs .250 Grade 50 Steel

Roller Die runs 0.250 grade 50 steel.  We just completed a very large order of .250 X 2.750 X 2.750 angle.  This order ran off one of the tools that we have in our standard library of tooling.  As of today, we have 3,500 unique sets of tools.  We can do most jobs with a very minimal setup charge. Let us save you money by using the toolsets in our [...]

Roll Form Racking

Difference in Manufacturing Roll form racking is manufactured by roll forming flat steel stock into a desired shape, commonly an open “C” shape for the uprights and a closed tube with a step for the beams. Typically, “tear drop” holes are punched into the face of the upright to allow for the installation of beams without the need for any additional hardware. Structural frames and beams are manufactured from hot-rolled [...]

Why Powder Coat

Powder coating provides a tough finish that resists corrosion. Compared to traditional liquid finishing, it emits less hazardous materials - for a safer process. Our powder coating process matches our commitment to keep costs to our customers low. How Powder Coating Works Although you can see its results, powder coatings are based on nanotechnology. The coats themselves combine curatives, pigments, levelers, flow modifiers and other additives - designed to bond [...]

New Roll Lines and Stamping Presses in Green Cove Springs Facility

Roller Die + forming purchased three new roll lines and two stamping presses for their growing operation in Green Cove Springs, Florida. In 2015 Roller Die added approximately 20,000 square feet to the facility to support several new customers as well as continued growth with existing customers. The size of the equipment purchased will give the facility the capability to roll form and stamp thicker materials to support growing demand [...]

Roller Die Expands Frankfort Capacity

To support the increase in demand for current and new customers Roller Die expands Frankfort capacity. Its roll forming capabilities were expanded to six roll lines, added stamping capabilities and began the second shift at its Frankfort, KY facility. The markets to be served from this facility, at present, are Solar, Commercial Construction, and Material Handling. “Roller Die + Forming looks forward to increasing its workforce at the Frankfort facility as [...]

Roller Die & Forming Expands

Roller Die & Forming has added 20,000 square feet to its Green Cove Springs, Florida facility. The growth in organic business, coupled with new markets the company has penetrated required Green Cove Springs rolling facility expansion. Additional equipment is being considered to expand capacity and to diversify into other technologies the plant does not presently have.