The management team at Roller Die + Forming is always willing to invest in equipment to help meet customer demand. This means upgrading machinery to run faster, maintain our in-house tooling so that it holds tight tolerances, and occasionally purchasing new roll lines to run new thicknesses and calibers of material. From solar racking to rail projects, our customers needs are changing and we want to make sure we can supply then with the parts they need to succeed.
Recent purchases have increased the size of material that we can roll form, allowing our customers to take advantage of cold roll forming for larger cross sections. Cold roll forming has several distinct advantages including more precision in the final shape and smoother finishes. For any part that requires precision, cold roll forming is the way to go.
Roller Die also offers a variety of in-line processes to our customers. These include pre-punching holes and notches to streamline assembly and bending, welding, and powder coating parts after rolling. We can even do some assembly or gather parts into kit to allow quick field assembly. Management listens to customer requests as well as discussions in engineering and quality control to decide what equipment would best help us meet our customer demands.
Our engineering team has worked on parts from many different industries including major appliance, office systems, heavy truck and trailer, rail, material handling, medical equipment, fencing and automotive. In addition to designing and building our tooling in-house, giving us a cost advantage in the up-front tooling investment, we’re also able to service our tooling in-house, meaning that we stay on top of maintenance and are able to keep our lines running and your parts flowing out the door just in time.
If you’d like to learn more about Roller Die + Forming’s capabilities or want to see if your project can be roll formed, reach out to a member of our knowledgeable sales team today.