While roll forming can be a very useful way of getting the custom metal components you need, it isn’t always practical in all situations. For instance, press brake machinery is often preferable for small projects that require less volume. At Roller Die, we’re always looking for ways to give our customers more options. That’s why we offer press brakes, in addition to the roll forming for which we are best known. In addition to creating new components, we can also use these brake presses to perform secondary processing on existing components, giving us yet another way to serve our customers better.
Press brake forming works using electrical, pneumatic or hydraulic power to create the power needed to bend the metal. Our sheet metal press brake services can be used at a variety of different points throughout your project; anywhere additional bends are needed that would be impractical to do using roll forming. As a result, our press brakes offer a wide range of versatile services designed to help you get just the results you’re looking for.
Our company has over 60 years of experience in the custom metal components business, and we can put that experience to work for you in locations throughout the US and Mexico. Contact us today to get started with a free quote.