Some people think roll forming tooling is cost-prohibitive. Sadly, the up-front price tag blinds them to literal down-the-line savings. That’s right -- if your project fits, a roll former can actually optimize your spending and get your parts out the door sooner and for less money per part.
A good architect knows steel windows are beautiful and bursting with possibilities.
In the old days, it looked good when roll forming companies produced a lot of stuff.
Picture rails aren’t necessarily new. But only recently have creative designers started using them with a modern twist --- metal.
Heading to the 2018 AIA Conference on Architecture from June 21-23 in Manhattan? Sounds like the perfect time to enjoy one of the many inspiring architectural tours in NYC, a city famous for its sky-high beauties.
There will always be designers who want control of every single detail, down to the last thread, sliver, or scrap. That philosophy can apply to choosing decorative metal trim. To each their own, we say.
Wood brings earthy, comforting tones to a building. Metal offers protection and strength to architecture -- plus its own aesthetic bonuses. So why not have both?
“Which metals will get cheaper?” It’s a question OEM customers are asking even more these days in light of the latest events in the Section 232 investigation of unfair imports.