Roller Die + Forming uses a one-piece flow roll forming process. As part of that, we can include press brake operations. Once your part is punched and rolled, it can then be pressed using a press brake. You may want to use a press break to make additional folds on the edge of your parts after it has been cut to the correct length. This would allow folds on all sides of a part.
Our in-house tool room works across all Roller Die + Forming facilities in Kentucky, Georgia, Florida, and Mexico, to create all the roll form tooling, cut off dies, punches, and more to meet our customers’ needs. Our experienced engineering staff helps clients understand how to combine roll forming and our other in-line processes to turn their part into a roll formed shape, including using a press brake machine where needed. We also offer other in-line services such as bending, welding, and assembly to allow us to create the part requested at a competitive price.
Press Brake Machines and Roll Forming Machines Together
Press brake machines are different from roll forming machines but safety is still paramount. Roller Die team members receive regular safety training and guidance on safety standards both for the plant in general and for specific machines. The press brakes include built in safety features to ensure that users are operating in a safe fashion.
If you’re interested in sheet metal roll forming, press breaking, or any other custom metal forming services, please reach out to a member of our experienced sales team. In addition to reviewing your part and educating you about our various services, they will gladly help you use our Standard Tooling Catalog to lower your up front costs. If we already have tooling to handle your shape, or even a part of your custom shape, we can use that tooling instead of creating new custom tools. Call us today to learn more or start the quoting process.