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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  • Aluminized
  • Aluminum
  • Cold Rolled
  • Expanded Metals
  • Galvanized
  • Galvanneal
  • Hot Rolled
  • Pre-Painted
  • Stainless


  • Pre-Coated
  • Pre-Painted
  • Pre-Plated

In-Line Operations

  • Bending
  • Progressive Die
  • Post-Punching
  • Pre-Punching
  • Stamping
  • Swaging
  • Welding

Secondary Operations

  • Bending
  • Coating
  • Finishing
  • Punching
  • Riveting
  • Toggle-Loc


  • Finished
  • Single-Part
  • Specialized Packaging
  • Multiple-Part


To treat or coat with aluminum.

Generally applied to forming. Creation of a formed feature by angular displacement of a sheet metal workpiece.

Paint, varnish, or lacquer is applied to a surface in a single application of one layer to form a properly distributed film when dry.

Steel which was reduced to final thickness in the cold state by a rolling mill. Creates a smooth surface with slight skin hardness.

Type of sheet metal which has been cut and stretched to form a regular pattern of metal mesh-like material.

To coat with zinc to prevent rust.

To coat with an alloy of iron or steel and zinc produced by heating a surface already galvanized with zinc.

Steel which was rollerformed from a hot plastic state into final shape; characterized by a rough, scaly surface.

To punch holes, notches, and slots in any number of uniform patterns after metals have been fed through the roll forming line.

To varnish or laquer metals prior to roll forming.

To paint metals prior to roll forming.

A thin layer of metal coating applied on the surface, or on the substrate of a metal part, product, or component prior to roll forming

To punch holes, notches, and slots in any number of uniform patterns prior to metals being fed through the roll forming line.

A continuous bending operation in which sheet or strip metal is plastically deformed along a linear axis by being passed through a series of roller dies and progressively shaped to the desired contour.

A metal-forming technique where the metal of one part is deformed to fit around another part by either pressing or hammering, or by forcing the material through a die.

Fabrication process whereby two or more parts are fused together by means of heat, pressure, or both forming a join as the parts cool.