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Roll Former Manufacturers and Companies

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At Samson Roll Formed Products, we have countless roll formers, and all the methods and machinery needed to provide you with quality roll formed parts. Stamping, bending and parting are some of the secondary operations in our arsenal. We have built our reputation on our technical expertise; this is a reputation that has continued to this day.
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We strive to continue offering our customers' custom roll forming in all metals, as well as green manufacturing and green energy products. We bring you roll formers that are made of only the best materials we have access to. Our staff will help to custom design a product that will fit your exact requirements. Get in touch with our customer service department by phone or email to get started or visit our website today!
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Our roll formers are among the best in the world! We are an older company located in Elkhart, Indiana. With our age comes experience, and we use this knowledge in order to provide you with service that goes unmatched. Our products serve demanding applications such as a large variety of fenders and broad range of automotive industries. Visit our website to learn more or call one of our representatives today!
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We serve industries such as aerospace, highway safety, textiles, recreational vehicles, solar industry, and many others. We have been perfecting our roll forming method for the last 60 years in order to offer you roll formers like you cannot find anywhere else. We can handle any sized project and there is nothing too large or too small for us to accommodate. Visit our website for more information today or send us an email with your questions and concerns!
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ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer with the capability to custom roll form custom profiles. Parts are run in gauges from 0.005" to 0.165" and widths up to 48" on 35 lines for a variety of industries. In-line punching sometimes reduces costly secondary operations to enhance your product. Economical production lots typically begin around 5,000 lineal feet. For more information please contact us today! May we partner with you to make the shapes you need?
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Superior Roll Forming has been providing manufacturing solutions since 1946 and now specializes in Ultra High Strength Steels (UHSS) and Hollow Welded Shapes. Roll formers for shapes and welded assemblies, with widths to forty-eight inches wide and lengths to fifty feet. Our company is ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 14001 certified. Our purpose is absolute customer satisfaction through quality.
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Hygrade Components is a roll formers company providing custom products to suit any demanding requirement. We produce basic parts along with special forms. With our excellent machinery, Hygrade Components can satisfy almost any roll formers need. Our name means high quality which we prove to you through our custom quality parts and secondary services.
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Roll Formers

Roll formers are industrial process machinery composed of multiple sets of rollers that bend and form sheets, strips or rods of metal to produce shaped metal products. Roll formed shapes can be made from any alloy, pure metal or composite including steel, aluminum, bronze, copper, magnesium, titanium and zinc. The sheets, coils, rolls or strips may be pre-coated, painted, embossed or bare and are formed at room temperature, which often creates a stronger, more rigid product.

Roll forming is a continuous process, and aside from bending and forming the metal, the machines can be equipped with metal cutting, trimming and punching tools. Roll formers are used to produce many different products for the energy, construction, transportation, medical, highway safety, electronics, retail, material handling and storage industries. The parts and products are usually long, uniform in thickness and profile and are manufactured in large quantities. Some of these products are aluminum angles, metal rings, steel channels, angle irons and metal wall panels. All of these products can be produced in stock quantities, but custom roll formed products can be created for specialized applications; roll formers are highly customizable, though roller placement requires attention from a trained professional.  

The roll forming process begins when metal material is fed into the machine's entry section. Each set of rollers, bends the metal a little more than the previous set until the shape has taken its form. Anywhere from 30 to 600 feet of metal can be processed per minute. After the metal has been rolled and shaped, it can be transferred to a cut-off press, where it is cut to pre-determined lengths. If needed, some machines are equipped with punching tools that create holes in the product. The newly-formed products are ejected from the roll former onto a conveyor system from which they are manually removed. Modern roll formers are controlled by computers, allowing much more design complexity, less human error and a tight, uniform design tolerance, ensuring each roll-formed product will be exactly the same. Control computers often can detect mistakes and product imperfection; they can also be equipped with self-diagnostic tools that report when repairs or mechanical adjustments are necessary. Because roll forming causes changes to the surface properties of a metal, roll formed metals often require little to no surface post-processing. Because roll formers are a cold forming process, they are generally very energy efficient. This makes them an appealing alternative to energy-intensive processes like extrusion. 

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