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Metal Trim Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of metal trim manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top metal trim manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find metal trim companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture metal trim to your companies specifications. Then contact the metal trim companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of metal edge trim, metal floor trim, metal tile trim, or customized metal trim of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Skokie, IL

    For any and all metal trim needs the place to turn to is Samson Roll Formed Products. They are able to provide a wide range of products and tools to help you in the process. With a knowledgeable staff dedicated to design and develop the right item for you. Be it simple or complex, they will find a way to create what you need at a cost you can afford.

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  • Berkeley, IL

    To create metal trim, we have the tools you are looking for. With our team of knowledgeable experts, we can create a design and develop the desired product in a timely and efficient way. Offering countless products and variety, we are the company to trust for all metal fabrication. Contact us for more details.

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  • Elkhart, IN

    When you are unable to find the metal trim you are looking for, turn to United Roll Forming. They have been developing products for over fifty years, and they know how to create whatever it is you need. Their highly capable staff is willing to provide free quotes so you can order custom parts without the fear of incredibly high costs after production.

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  • Louisville, KY

    For 60 years, Roller Die & Forming has been supplying customers with all of their metal trim and other metal requirements. They have a highly trained and experienced staff that is willing to work with you to develop the perfect product at a fair cost. Whether they are starting from scratch or re-engineering existing parts, they will go to any length to provide the part desired.

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  • Ixonia, WI

    May we partner with you to make the trims you need? ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer offering the capability to custom roll form a broad range of custom trims and related profiles. Parts are run in gauges from 0.005" to 0.165" and widths up to 48" on 35 lines. In-line punching may reduce secondary operations and enhance your product. Economical production lots typically begin around 5,000 lineal feet. For more information on us or our products, give us a call today!

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  • Racine, WI

    At Premier Products of Racine, our team of designers and engineers have experience producing metal trim with materials such as stainless steel, and achieving angular dimensional tolerances of ±.25° or better, with straightness and twist both accurate to less than ±.015". Our 40,000-square-foot facility and the expertise of our team enable us to produce components of difficult geometries. Contact us to learn more.

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  • Athens, TN

    Founded in 1945, Mills Products is an ISO 9001 certified highly respected component manufacturer. We are well-known for our appliance handles and oven window assemblies. Utilizing cutting-edge technology, we manufacture a variety of roll formed, hydroformed, die case and stamped parts into complex assemblies. We even offer the capabilities to produce custom styling for unique applications.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Roll Forming or Stamping

Metal Trim By Johnson Bros. Metal Forming Co. Roll formed metal parts, as an alternative (with lower die costs), to long metal stampings that incur extremely high tooling costs. "Very Expensive" stamping dies for longer parts and for parts with length changes, can be prohibitive enough to merit a look into roll forming your parts as opposed to having them produced as stampings. Jobs where lower cost tooling is a must on longer parts, over 6" in most cases. Many inline fabrications are provided now in Roll Forming that makes... Read More

Decorative Metal Trim in Your World

Metal Trim Metal trim is simply a small, thin piece of metal attached to a variety of objects from railings, to jewelry that act as a protective edging for holding other pieces together, a stabilizer for the base material, or simply as an additional decorative edge that brings beauty to the object. Metal trim is typically fabricated through roll forming, which is an industrial process that bends a long piece of sheet metal into a curved or edged shape using a series of heavy duty rollers. Trim metal can be... Read More

Benefits of Flexible Metal Trim

Metal trim is necessary for giving many different products a finished appearance. Just in one home, you may find metal trim used on furniture, your vehicle, containers, picture frames, and other decorative objects. Commercial buildings have even more uses for trim, including on shelves, fences, signs, and railings. Most metal trim is stiff and inflexible. However, there are certain formulations of metal trim that give the metal flexibility. Flexible metal trim is usually made from aluminum or another lightweight metal that allows for the flexibility of the metal while still... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Metal Trim

The term “metal trim” refers to any shaped metal strip that is used to enhance structures, products or equipment visually and/or functionally. Metal trim has a wide set of applications, ranging from embellishment on USB memory sticks to adornment of vehicle frames. In addition, trim is seen lining windows, lining doorways and at the tops and bottoms of walls. It can also be found rounding corners to protect workbenches or desks on the factory floor. Metal trim may exhibit a variety of different characteristics, from color, to thickness, to shape. However, as a general rule, if trim is fabricated for an industrial purpose, such as to protect edges, it must be durable enough to withstand repeated knocks without compromise. This ensures that they hold up against damage from hailstones, heavy winds and other types of damaging weather.

Metal trim can be made using a few different methods, but by far, the most simple one is roll forming. Roll forming is a popular method for a number of reasons, one of them being the fact that roll formed metal trim is much more flexible than non-roll formed metal trim. In fact, because of its flexibility, it is far less likely to crack or bend from stress than its counterparts. This flexibility leads us to roll formed metal trim’s second advantage, which is its ability to be successfully applied to many operations. This is especially true because roll formed trim is both less expensive and equally as strong and attractive as trim formed using other methods. Finally, roll formed metal trip is delightfully easy to install. The process is user-friendly; trim pieces need not be aligned so carefully, fewer pieces get broken, less material is wasted and installation goes faster.

Roll forming is performed using a machine called a roll former, which features a cutting system and a long series of rollers. Roll formers may also be equipped with machining aids like trimming, punching or cutting tools. Forming is carried out when a stock of metal strip, usually steel or aluminum, is fed into the first set of rollers. So that the rollers can tightly hug the contours of the strip and so that production does not slow down, the stock must be in a shape that is easily accessed and fed into the machine, like a coil. Other common shapes fed into roll formers include sheets, rolls or strips. After the strip has moved through the first set of rollers, they are directed into and through the second set of rollers, which have a slightly different configuration than their predecessor. This goes on, and the strip is gradually shaped, until it reaches the final set of rollers, which mirrors the shape intended for the final product. After the strip passes though here, it emerges onto a conveyor machine as metal trim. From here, the trim is manually removed from the belt and either sent on for packaging or transferred to a cut-off press to be cut.

Before selecting either of the above-mentioned forming methods, manufacturers must choose the type of material they want to use make the metal trim. Common among their choices are: aluminum, steel and stainless steel. To serve their application, trim products may be painted any number of colors. Because metal trim is so often used to adorn houses and other residential buildings, available colors are often muted or dark. Offerings, for example, include colors like: bronze, brushed aluminum, brushed nickel silver, brown, matte white, off white, chrome, gold, muted gold and rust.

Metal trim is an unassuming product that often gets overlooked. However, it is, in fact, of the utmost importance to the function and face of many applications. It serves as a self-sacrificial barrier, ensuring that machines and surfaces are not damaged by impact; it makes our world more beautiful every day as it quietly provides embellishment to buildings, lining to doors, windows, walls and sculptures. High quality metal trim products are essential to both the functional and aesthetic success of any application with which they are associated. For the best results, contact a reputable manufacturer who will listen to your requests and requirements and incorporate them into a metal trim design that is perfect for your application.

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