Custom Roll Forming

Punching • Notching • Welding • Bending
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About Ferret

At Ferret, we do more than send metal stock through our roll stations. We partner with our clients to provide them with the best roll-forming options. We shape metal through a series of steps and stages until we can reach the desired look and output.

Ferret operates out of Elkhart, Indiana where we call the Midwest home! We are centrally located to raw materials and have access to all major transportation options, contributing to our ability to provide low costs for material procurement and help maintain rising freight costs.

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Roll Forming Lines


Roll Forming Solutions for Nearly Any Situation!
  • From pre-coated carbon steel to post-finished stainless steel
  • Thicknesses from .007 up to .200
  • Material widths from 1” to 30”
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Roll Forming Advantages

Roll forming can achieve closer tolerances than are possible with most other competing processes.

Contour roll forming is a constant process for forming metal into desired shapes of uniform cross sections by feeding the stock through a series of roll stations equipped with contoured rolls (or roller dies).

We are able to help you to reduce up-front costs.

By integrating in-line processes, we are able to eliminate the need for additional steps.

Roll-formed materials generally have a strength advantage over competing processes in structural rigidity applications.

Before the metal is fed through the roll-forming line, it can pass through punch presses. Pre-press punching allows us to punch holes, notches, and slots in any number of uniform patterns depending on your project specifications.

Although roll-forming is our primary service, we can do additional operations right in the line to help reduce costs.

We specialize in creating custom roll-formed parts to fulfill your needs.

Generally, parts fall into five main types of roll-formed shapes: angle, channels, cee-sections, hat-sections, and Z-sections. Our engineers can work with you to find a solution for more complex cross-sections, even if it is a combination of these different styles.

The only limitations to how long material can be is determined by material handling equipment, space constraints, and shipping capabilities.

Roll forming produces more consistent and uniform results across the length of the material.