Custom Roll Formed Parts are tailor made to customer specifications. The Roll Forming process uses metal coil, strip and sheet in gauges from 0.005" up to 0.165", and widths up to 48" depending upon the complexity of the profile. Materials are typically ordered as required to meet customer delivery dates. Read more...More Product Announcements from MP Metal Products
CONSTRUCTION PARTS are custom made profiles made on a private label basis. These shapes are used in the building and construction industry, often in proprietary applications. They have functional uses in commercial, residential, agricultural and industrial markets. As a coil based process, economical production lots begin around 5,000 lineal feet for shapes with existing tools. Read more...More Product Announcements from MP Metal Products
Product manufacturers commonly face a dilemma: how to optimize the design of a product or component for metal fabrication. Read more...More Product Announcements from Mills Products, Incorporated
Need an economical process to shape a uniform thickness of material in high volumes into a consistent form with reliable dimensions and tolerances? Roll forming may be an answer. The majority of roll forming uses coil, with a few exceptions for running pre-cut sheets.
What exactly is Roll Forming? Find out the basics...watch this short instructional video produced by Dalarna Unive... Read more...More Product Announcements from MP Metal Products
ANGLES are Roll Formed and to to provide two directional support. With economical production lots beginning around 5,000 lineal feet, they can be cut to custom lengths to minimize waste and reduce secondary handling. Sometimes holes and miters can be incorporated. Angles are used in both hidden and exposed applications, typically as construction supports, edging and bracing. Read more...More Product Announcements from MP Metal Products
We work with a wide variety of metals, including:
- Cold rolled steel
- Stainless Steel
- Laminated steel
- Pre-painted or pre-plated materials
An efficient & economical metal working process to form sheet or coil stock.
- Slots, holes, miters embossing can sometimes be included to eliminate costly, extra, secondary operations.
- Consistent shapes & uniform cross sections.
- Finished parts may be produced in one operation.
- Economical unit costs for production lots around 5,...