Roller Die + Forming has significant experience focusing on our core competency of custom metal roll forming, something we have been doing since 1927. This means we have more than 90 years of experience working with customers, building roll forming tooling, and perfecting a lean, effective process. We’ve also been building up our Standard Tooling Library with hundreds of basic shapes to help our customers cut down on the cost […]
Often, companies have a single shape they’ve chosen that needs to be produced in multiple
lengths, from long runs to short sections designed to fill gaps. The roll forming process at Roller
Die + Forming can not only handle multiple lengths, but we can also implement a different punch
a pattern for each length we run as part of the same process, allowing you to create multiple parts
as part of the same line.
At Roller Die + Forming, we often see the situation where customers make the decision to press brake parts which would otherwise be ideal shapes for roll forming. Before making the decision whether to press brake or roll form a part, it is important to consider a variety of factors to make sure you’ve made the best choice for the lifetime of your product.
One of the common misconceptions is that […]
As part of our continuing efforts to expand our capabilities and serve our customers in new and exciting ways, Roller Die + Forming has purchased a new 3” mill, allowing us to run more heavy gauge materials through the roll forming process. We are excited to offer this increased ability to our customers, many of whom have parts for both lighter and heavier processes.
Our engineering team is excited to work […]
Charitable giving doesn’t stop when the holidays end. Roller Die + Forming leadership is active in a number of different state and national charities and supports events throughout the year. While we speak most frequently of our work with USA Cares because we appreciate how they support our veterans and many of the workers in our plants are vets, we wanted to highlight another organization today, Down Syndrome of Louisville.
The engineering team at Roller Die + Forming is always excited when they have the opportunity to work on a part for a new industry or a new project. When our team is involved with a part in the design stage, they’re able to help ensure that the initial design is compatible with the roll forming process. This allows manufacturers to take advantage of the cost efficiencies and one-piece flow […]
Many times, the best industrial process to use to create a part depends on the volume you intend to make. One part, for example, can easily be made in a machine shop, but as you start to scale up your product, making the parts one at a time quickly becomes inefficient. At this point, companies start looking at different cost-effective ways to quickly and accurately replicate the parts they need […]
Custom roll forming is used in a wide variety of industries, including the automotive industry. Roller Die + Forming makes parts both for OEM facilities as well as first-tier suppliers. We have built up our experience over the years in delivering cost savings for large OEM accounts and are able to deliver those savings consistently, year after year. Our team is always looking for creative ways to streamline our operations, […]
Custom roll forming is am amazingly versatile manufacturing process that can be applied to a variety of industries. The team at Roller Die + Forming has over 60 years of experience designing tooling to help customers in a variety of industries. Our team has even helped new and growing industries take advantage of the cost savings that come from our in-line processes.
One great example of an industry taking advantages of […]
Coming into the New Year, economic indicators are promising and things are certainly busy at the four Roller Die + Forming locations. Jobs growth in the U.S. has continued and we’ve certainly seen the same here as Roller Die went into the holiday season hiring several new positions. Gross domestic product for the U.S. has grown over the last year and is expected to continue to grow at a rate […]