Metal Ring Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Make vs. Buy

    Metal Rings By: SCOTT BOGGS, SAMSON ROLL FORMED PRODUCTS COMPANY The make versus buy decision is a capital budgeting decision that is complicated, more or less, by the experience of the decision maker and the nature of the job. A proprietary roll former, for example, is more familiar with the complexities of the roll forming process than a company that has never done any roll forming. Roll forming becomes an economical alternative to predecessor processes such as brake forming when the demand reaches approximately 10,000 feet; or, when several operations...

  • How to Make Sheet Metal Rings at Home

    Metal Rings Sheet metal rings are exactly what they sound like- rings made from sheet metal. Many home-based jewelry makers create rings out of sheet metal that they can polish and embellish to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind creations. If you are interested in making your own inexpensive jewelry, starting with sheet metal rings is a good place to start. You can also use metal rings for a variety of other uses, such as for curtain hangers, 3D art pieces, napkin rings, earrings, necklaces, and anything else you can think of. Experiment...

  • Customization Options for Sheet Metal Rings

    Sheet metal rings are simple rings made from strips of sheet metal. Typically, these rings are created using the process of roll forming. A roll forming machine can quickly and easily roll a strip of sheet metal into a rounded ring shape. Depending on the machine, most roll forming manufacturers can create rings with diameters from 2 inches to over 3 feet. Most sheet metal rings can be manufactured from a variety of different materials for different uses. Some of the most common materials used with metal rings are stainless...

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Metal Rings

Metal rings are strips of metal that have been formed into a circular shape. Like many other simple metal shapes, metal rings can be found in more applications and in more contexts than can be counted. Metal rings are used to embellish door hardware, used on key chains and in manhole and utility channel access points.

The vast variety of metal ring applications extends to clamping, sealing, joining or trimming items such as drums and lids, street signals or mirrors. Children’s toys, electronics, vehicles, furniture, appliances and many other products make use of metal rings in some way. A metal ring can be as small as a few inches in diameter or as large as ten feet in diameter. While metal rings can be made for low-demand applications, certain industrial consumers of metal rings require their rings to meet specific standards of durability, corrosion resistance and other qualities. Chemical producers, oil and gas companies, aerospace products manufacturers, military contractors and other companies that put metal rings to work in demanding applications must be assured that their rings will not fail. For such applications, steel is often the ring material of choice. Brass, aluminum, copper and zinc are other common materials used in the fabrication of metal rings.

There are a few processes by which metal rings are fabricated. The simplest, least precise way to make a metal ring would be to take a sheet or strip of metal, cut it to size, bend it by hand and weld the edges together. This is hardly a sustainable method because of its inefficiency and imprecision. Roll forming is the process that most closely approximates the hand-bending method, but it eliminates those inefficiencies. A roll former is a long, narrow machine that features a series of spinning rollers. A long, preprocessed metal strip is fed into the receiving end of the roll former where it is caught by the first set of spinning rollers. These rollers fit tightly around the contours of the metal, and after having drawn the metal in, they push it to the next set of rollers. Each subsequent set of rollers is configured a slightly different way, and as the metal strip is forced through them, its shape changes. In metal ring roll-forming, the rollers make the metal strip take a circular shape. Because no heat or welding is involved in roll-forming, roll-formed metal rings often emerge in a U shape or a similar shape. For this reason they are generally only suitable for uses in which they can be clamped shut with fasteners or by other means.

Metal Filtration Rings
Metal Tire Rings
Metal Filtration Rings – United Roll Forming, Inc.
Metal Tire Rings – United Roll Forming, Inc.
O-106 roll formed stainless pocket ring
O-105 25 roll formed lighting bezel
Metal Ring – M.P. Metal Products, Inc.
Metal Ring – M.P. Metal Products, Inc.






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