Roll Forging

Introduction to roll forming

Roll forming is a process used to shape metal into complex and precise shapes. It is performed by passing the metal between a series of rolls, each with a specific profile that gradually shapes the metal into its desired form. The process is highly accurate and efficient, and can be used to produce parts with complex geometries. Roll forming is used to create components for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, construction, and medical. It is also used to form components for consumer goods, such as appliances, furniture, and lighting.

What are key benefits of roll forming?

  • Cost-Effective: Roll forming is a cost-effective way to produce long lengths of consistent parts with minimal scrap.

  • High Productivity: Roll forming machines can produce parts quickly, with high throughput rates.

  • Versatility: Roll formers can be used to produce parts from a variety of materials, including aluminum, steel, stainless steel, and other metals.

  • Consistent Quality: Roll forming allows for high-precision parts that can be produced with consistent quality.

  • Variety of Shapes: Roll formers can be used to produce parts with complex shapes and contours.

Forging parts for different industries using roll forming

We manufacture several forging parts for various industries, some of are them mentioned below:

  • Automotive: Header pans, rocker panels, wheel arches, door frames, trunk liners, dash panels, and wheel well liners.

  • Aerospace: Aircraft parts such as aircraft wings and fuselage components, engine parts, and landing gear components.

  • Construction: Roof and wall panels, siding, trusses, and floor joists.

  • Industrial: Conveyor rollers, structural tubing, pipes, and machine frames.

  • Electrical: Electrical conduit, junction boxes, and wiring harnesses.

  • Appliances: Dishwasher and refrigerator doors, oven and range hoods, and air conditioner covers.

Materials we use for forging

Our forging process

Die & design

Step 01

Material selection & hearing

Step 02

Press forging process

Step 03


Step 04

QA & Inspection

Step 05

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