Custom roll forming offers increased efficiencies and decreased costsMay 12, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Nu-Tech Roll Forming specializes in custom metal roll forming, offering superior quality products and high production rates to a growing list of customers across North America. For more than 25 years, the Mississauga, Ont.-based company has provided design, engineering and production expertise to help develop cost-effective custom parts to meet the needs of its customers in a variety of industries.
“With our experience in steel roll forming, Nu-Tech Roll Forming can offer you excellent pricing, no matter the size and scope of your custom steel roll forming needs,” the company says.
Nu-Tech uses flexible tooling, which allows it to produce multiple shapes, lengths and pierce patterns in various materials and thicknesses. The company uses a variety of steel materials for custom steel roll forming, including cold rolled steel, hot rolled pickled and oiled steel, hot dipped galvanized steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Nu-Tech can even work with pre-painted material for custom steel roll formed materials.
The manufacturer has experience producing a variety of custom roll formed products, including roll form shapes, roll formed channels, angles, c-channels, j-channels, u-channels, hat sections, door tracks, panels, straps, supports, running boards, stiffeners, rails, cross members and much more.
Roll formed parts can be turned around faster, at lower cost and higher quality when compared with alternative methods such as extrusion, brake forming or stamping, because secondary operations — such as notching, piercing and deburring — are eliminated, resulting in reduced assembly costs and increased production speed and structural strength.
Additional benefits of partnering with Nu-Tech are:
- Reduced rejects and scrap thanks to process consistency; and
- An economical production process for continuous metal forming.
If you are developing a new custom part, or would like the company to help you engineer savings into an existing part, contact Nu-Tech Roll Forming.