As you know, roll forming is a continuous bending process.

It normally involves a strip of sheet metal, which is passed through rolls mounted on various stands until a cross-section profile is created. The manufacturing method is ideal for producing long parts in high quantities.

But it should go without saying that not all roll forming projects are created equal, as there’s a variety of materials, finishes, sizes, part tolerances and more that need to be taken into consideration to produce a quality end part. That’s where we enter the picture – here at Cargowall, we strive to create the ideal custom solution for all of your roll forming needs.

We’re able to create parts with widths as small as ½ inch to as large as 27 inches. We specialize in producing parts as short as 6 inches or as long as 80 feet. When considering thickness, we can create parts from .010 inches all the way up to .315 inches. As you can see, Cargowall is more than well equipped to handle even the most demanding roll forming projects, while keeping you on time and on budget with product orders.

Here’s a closer look at Cargowall’s competitive advantage:

Variety of Roll Forming Materials

Cargowall has over 20 years of experience in providing customers with the roll forming needs they desire.  We are more than capable of working with a variety of different materials in this regard. These include steel, stainless steel, galvanized steel, hot rolled steel, pickled and oiled steel, EPS steel, high strength steel and aluminum, among others.

Part Finishes

The wide variety of materials that we can work with is one big advantage to working with Cargowall. Another advantage is the different finishes we offer for end parts so that it appears just the way you want it to. These include dip galvanizing, e-coating, painting and powder coating, among others. Our roll forming services don’t end when the part has been created – here at Cargowall we meet the needs of any project, from start to finish.

Secondary Operations

Roll forming is one thing (and it’s certainly the main focus of business at Cargowall) – secondary operations are another, and we offer several of them. The main one we offer is stamping, as we have four presses to take on any applicable project. Notching and piercing services are also a part of what we do.

Welding is our other main secondary operation service that we offer, as we offer MIG and TIG welding services. We can even assist you with part assembly, if necessary.

Finally, we also offer embossing and finishing services.

Since every roll forming project is different, it’s important to work with a company that recognizes this and will tailor make projects accordingly. At Cargowall, we’ve been doing it for over 20 years for both short run and long run project orders. For more information on roll forming and how Cargowall can help with your next project, contact the company today.