Roll Forming Design Guide: Lightweight Trailer, Transportation Parts

Simultaneous weight reduction and cost reduction is one of the most important development targets in the transportation industry.

That doesn’t just apply to traditional cars, trucks, and trains. It also applies to trailers, buses, and alternative transportation like e-cars and e-trucks.

Metal Forming Processes: Techniques, Industries, & Use Cases

Metal forming processes are an essential part of our society, and without them, our society would come to a grinding halt.

The products and components created by the different metal shaping techniques are used in creating everything from scaffolding and heavy machinery, to designing and creating[...]

Metal Forming Services: Roll Forming, Press Brake, Stamping, Extrusion

There are four main metal forming services used in the manufacturing industry today: press braking, stamping, extrusion, and roll forming. Each of these forming methods has distinct advantages and disadvantages, so choosing the best service for your application will rely on quite a few factors.

Roll Forming Design Guide for End Distortion & Springback Compensation

Roll forming is the most cost-effective way to achieve continuous production of complex shapes with multiple bends. But even we admit it’s not a perfect system. There are two particular quirks of roll forming that engineers must understand and accept before committing to the process: end flare[...]

5 Expert Tips for Designing the Worst Roll Formed Parts Ever

Who wants to make great roll formed parts? Not you, obviously. Optimization is so boring. You’re a trailblazer, a forward thinker -- and that means going against the grain. Breaking tradition.

«
1
»

RELATED POSTS

    Join Our Email List

    For free education on materials, applications and more for both OEM and architectural roll forming -- delivered right to your email.

    Recent Posts

    New Call-to-action