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 manufacturing and specific roll forming experience.

For our customers, that means their first interaction with Roller Die + Forming is through an experienced member of our sales team. They will quickly help you determine whether you part is a good fit for roll forming and what other in-line processes you might use to complete your needs. From discussing pre-punch options to powder coating, our sales team will guide you through the design process. Once prototypes are complete and metal is ordered, our sales team continues to touch base, keeping you up to date as tooling is developed and the first parts go through the roll line.

Over time, you’ll also come to know our quality control and customer service teams. Whether you have an unexpected up-tick in orders from a large project or are concerned about the fluctuating prices of raw material, our customer service team can step in to help. They can pull in various personnel from around our five locations in the U.S. and Mexico to help solve any problem. Our teams regularly go above and beyond to help customers develop and ship parts, re-design, and source material.

If you’re interested in learning more about roll forming, reach out to Roller Die + Forming. Over the last 85+ years in business, we’ve built deep knowledge on all aspects of roll forming and the various in-line and add-on services we can provide. We’ve often seen problems before and our team can suggest creative solutions to ensure you have the part you need, just-in-time.