Monthly Archives: March 2021


Roll Forming is a Low Waste Manufacturing Process

Waste in manufacturing is a big topic, especially when evaluating your supply chain to ensure sustainable operations. Roll forming is a surprisingly low-waste process and our team is always looking for further ways to improve our process and reduce unnecessary costs. By its nature, roll forming uses the majority of the raw material purchased, with very low scrap rates. Flat rolls of metals, including steel, stainless steel, and aluminum, are [...]

March 30th, 2021|Roll Forming|0 Comments

Roller Die Team has Deep Experience

Roll forming, as the engineers often say, is as much an art as a science. Knowing just how much to bend a part so that when it is through, it is exactly the shape required. Not only does our engineering team have extensive experience designing for roll forming, the rest of our staff does as well. From our plant managers to the machine operators on the floor, the team has [...]

March 30th, 2021|Roll Forming|0 Comments

Roller Die + Forming

Roller Die + Forming has been in business for over 85 years delivering high quality roll formed parts to our customers. We have 5 manufacturing plants located in Louisville and Frankfurt, Kentucky, Rossville, Georgia, Green Cove Springs, Florida, and Queretaro, Mexico. Our top priority is to produce custom roll-formed products that exceed our customer’s every expectation. We are committed to providing quality products at competitive prices. We ensure on-time delivery [...]

March 2nd, 2021|Roll Forming|0 Comments

Secondary Operations, from Press Brake to Powder Coat

Roller Die offers a number of secondary services to help our customers receive the exact custom metal part for their process. While metal roll forming is our main service, we can do additional operations in-line, keeping costs low. From pre-punch to cut-off, our roll lines are equipped with the equipment to create a profile that holds industry standard or better tolerances on it’s cross-section and length. Further secondary operations can [...]

March 1st, 2021|Roll Forming|0 Comments