Roll forming is a continuous bending process.
It normally involves a strip of sheet metal being passed through rolls mounted on various stands until a cross-section profile is created. This manufacturing method is ideal for producing long parts in high quantities.
Not all roll forming projects are created equal, due to the variety of materials, finishes, sizes, part tolerances and more that need to be considered 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 ranging from ½” up to 27″. We specialize in producing parts ranging from 6″ long up to 80′ long. We can create parts from .010″ thick up to .315″. 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.
Variety of Roll Forming Materials
Cargowall has over 20 years of experience in providing customers with the perfect roll forming solutions to suit their needs. We are more than capable of working with a variety of different materials. These include, but are not limited to, steel, stainless steel, galvanized steel, hot rolled steel, pickled and oiled steel, EPS steel, high strength steel and aluminum.
In addition to the wide variety of materials that we can roll, we also offer various finishes for rolled parts. These include, but are not limited to, dip galvanizing, e-coating, painting and powder coating. Our roll forming services don’t end when the part has been rolled – here at Cargowall, we meet the needs of any project, from start to finish.
We offer many secondary operations in addition to roll forming. The main one that we offer is stamping, and as such, we have four presses that can accomplish any stamping requirement.
Welding is the other major secondary service that we offer. We can provide both MIG and TIG welding services. We can even assist you with part assembly, if necessary.
We also offer several other secondary operations, including notching, piercing, embossing and finishing services.
It’s important to work with a company that recognizes that every roll forming project is different, and who will tailor projects accordingly. At Cargowall, we’ve been doing this for over 20 years, for both short and long run project orders. For more information on roll forming and how we can help with your next project, contact us today.