If you’re here, you’re probably considering roll forming to help create parts for your product. Roll forming, especially with the expertise Roller Die + Forming brings to the table, can be a low cost, strong, high quality, and consistent way to create thousands and hundreds of thousands of parts in a wide variety of shapes.
If you have an idea of the shape you need, browse our standard tooling library to see if we have anything close. Our engineering team can also work with your drawings to create custom shapes and the tooling to roll form those shapes. Roller Die offers a variety of in-line processes our engineering team can use to create your part, from punching holes and slots, to providing a variety of lengths. Our team can also press, weld, bend, and even powder coat to create the finished part. The big advantage of custom roll forming is that you get all the advantages of roll forming and one-piece flow on exactly the shape you need.
Custom Roll Formed Parts Advantage
After our engineering team has created their plan, tooling begins. Our in-house tool room creates and maintains our tooling. We aren’t waiting on overseas tool makers and dependent on their schedules and the whims of shipping. We’re also able to maintain our on tooling, taking advantage of natural breaks in production to stay on top of maintenance.
Once production is ready to start, our quality team works to make sure that early parts are meeting your standards and that there is a clear process to ensure that quality continues going forward. Our plants prize themselves on going for long periods of time without any customers rejecting parts for quality issues.
With the tight tolerances and wide variety of materials that can be roll forming, partnering with Roller Die + Forming on the custom metal parts you need is an excellent solution. To learn more about roll forming, get a quick quote on your part, or to start the process, reach out to an experience sales representative today. They will guide you and support you every step of the way, even sending pictures of your tooling and parts in production so you are assured all is going according to plan.