Monthly Archives: September 2018


Creating Value for Customers

At Roller Die + Forming, we work directly with our customers to incorporate as much value into a part as possible. Often, creating value for customers means eliminating secondary operations. For example, if your part contains holes, perforations, notches, embossing, or tabs, we can almost always incorporate these features inline as part of our process. Adding these features within the roll forming process eliminates the need to move parts into [...]

Roller Die + Forming Handles Heavy Gauge Metals

Metal roll forming is used in many different industries, from the light grade stainless steel used as trim on luxury yachts to heavy gauge steel used in construction and rail cars. We can help customers create their custom parts using not only our roll formers, but also pre- and post-punched holes, programmable cut-off dies, and one-piece flow manufacturing process. This means many of our customers can have a variety of [...]

September 27th, 2018|Roll Forming|0 Comments

Roller Die + Forming is Attending Solar Power International

Join the team from Roller Die + Forming this September 23-26, 2019 at the Solar Power International trade show. We’ll be manning booth #4356 and telling anyone who wants to stop by for a chat about our roll formed racking solutions for the solar industry. Using roll forming is a cost effective way to meet the need for high quality parts as your business grows and Roller Die has experience [...]

September 21st, 2018|Roller Die News|0 Comments

Roller Die is an Industry Leader in Custom Metal Forming

There are many factors you should consider when looking for a company to help you create your parts, but a big one is how long they’ve been a stable force in the industry. Roll forming is an investment. While it leads to a good price per piece overall, there is an upfront investment in tooling, design, and preparation that goes into each metal roll formed item. With over 60 years [...]

Can Roll Forming Replace Stamping and Extrusion?

The industrial designer has many tools available to create the technology we use every day from raw materials. Steel and aluminum can be bent and formed many ways and the challenge is to find the process that creates the most consistent parts in the most cost effective fashion. Recently, some customers have approached Roller Die + Forming to discuss whether custom roll formed shapes could replace parts they are currently [...]

Roller Die + Forming is Focused on Speed

An important aspect of lean manufacturing is focusing on making incremental improvements. These changes are designed to help our company, our employees, and our customers create better products. For the next year, throughout Roller Die, we will be focused on a theme of speed. This means many different things to different departments, but here’s just a sample of how our focus on speed might help our customers. Quote Turnaround: Often, the [...]