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   Raw Material Form       
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   Strip / Sheet / Coil       Raw material is a sheet, usually in strip or coil form.  If the material is thin it is usually a coil and if it is thick it is usually a sheet or strip.  Different classifications of steel strips include:
  • Black oil tempered
  • Scaleless tempered
  • Bright tempered
  • Tempered and polished
  • Tempered, polished and colored (blue or straw)
Tin plate can be classified as:
  • Bright hot dipped finish
  • Electro matte dull finish,
  • Electro bright reflow finish
 
   Wire       Raw material is in wire form. 
   Foil       Raw material is a foil.  A foil can be any width, but is no more than 0.005" thick. 
   Other       Other unlisted material form. 
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   Roll Forming Materials       
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   Ferrous Metals       Ferrous metals are metals that are iron-based.  All ferrous metals are magnetic and are less corrosion resistant than non-ferrous metals.  Examples of ferrous metals are mild steel, stainless steel, and high carbon steel. 
   Nonferrous Metals       Metals or metal alloys that do not contain iron.  Non-ferrous metals are not magnetic and are usually more resistant to corrosion than ferrous metals.  Examples of non-ferrous metals are aluminum, brass, copper, lead, zinc and tin. 
   Exotic Metals and Alloys       Metals and their alloys with special properties and applications; include such materials as beryllium copper, beryllium nickel, niobium, tantalum, and titanium. 
   Composites       A solid material comprised of two or more substances that have distinct properties.  When merged, each substance retains its own characteristics while imparting the entire composition with beneficial properties.  For example, a plastic material in which a fibrous framework is embedded for greater structural stability. 
   Other       Other unlisted material. 
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   Material Thickness       The thickness of the raw material to be formed. 
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the "At Least" and "No More Than" values. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Material Width       The width of the raw material to be formed. 
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the "At Least" and "No More Than" values. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Material Diameter (wire only)       The diameter of the wire to be formed. 
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   Shape Capabilities       
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   Specialty / Custom Shape       Supplier can provide a custom shape to customer specifications. 
   Angle       Supplier can provide a roll formed angle shape, typically with a 90-degree angle. 
   Channel, C-shape       A C-shape is a three-sided channel that has the ends rolled in to form a shape like the letter C. 
   Channel, U-shape       A U-shape is a three-sided channel in the shape of the letter U.  It is similar to a C-shape channel except the ends are not turned inwards. 
   Hat       Hat sections get their name because the cross-section resembles the shape of a hat.  It is similar to both the C and U shapes except the ends are rolled outward at 90 degrees to the sides. 
   Pipe       Material is rolled into a circular shape to form a pipe.  Similar to a round tube section, but with a heavier wall thickness. 
   Ring       Supplier can provide roll formed parts in the shape of a ring.  This process is also referred to as ring rolling. 
   T-shape       Supplier can roll form material in the shape of the letter T. 
   Tube, Hex       Supplier can roll form material to a six-sided, or hex shaped tube. 
   Tube, Round       Supplier can roll form material to a round tube. 
   Tube, Square or Rectangular       Supplier can roll form material to a square or rectangular cross section. 
   Z-shape       Z-shape sections resemble the letter Z or the letter S. 
   Other       Other unlisted shape. 
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   Standard Shapes and Sizes Available       Supplier can provide standard sizes and shapes.  These shapes are usually more economical as the roll forming tooling has already been created. 
   Search Logic:      "Required" and "Must Not Have" criteria limit returned matches as specified. Products with optional attributes will be returned for either choice.
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   Rolling Services       
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   Cold Rolling       Cold rolling reduces the gauge and forms metal by forcing it through a series of rolls at temperatures below the softening point of the metal to create strain, or work-hardening.  The cold rolling process changes the mechanical properties of the metal, producing various combinations of hardness, strength, stiffness, ductility and other characteristics. 
   Hot Rolling       Hot rolling reduces the gauge and forms metal by forcing it through a series of rolls at temperatures high enough above the softening point of the metal not to create strain hardening.  Hot rolled steel is characterized by a rough, scaly surface. 
   Temper Rolling       In temper rolling, the metal sheet or strip is subjected to a slight amount of cold rolling after annealing (usually ½ to 1 ½ %) to prevent stretcher strains.  Temper rolling is also referred to as skin rolled or pinch pass. 
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   Additional Manufacturing Services       
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   Annealing       Annealing is a heating and cooling operation, usually with a slow cooling cycle.  Annealing may be used to remove stresses, induce softness, and alter ductility, toughness, electrical, magnetic, or other properties. 
   Bending / Curving       Bending is one of the most common forming operations.  It can be used to create flanges, seams, corrugations, and other shapes.  Bending is typically applied after the roll forming process. 
   Corrugating       Corrugating is the process of forming a sheet metal into a series of straight, parallel alternate ridges and grooves.  Corrugating increases a material's strength to weight ratio up to 30% over original sheet. 
   Cut to Length       Supplier can cut roll formed material to customer specified lengths. 
   Embossing       Embossing is the raising or indenting of a design in relief on a sheet or strip of metal by passing between rolls of the desired pattern.  Embossing may be done prior to the roll forming process and adds a decorative and/or functional appearance. 
   Extrusion Services       Manufacturing of lengths of cross-sectional shapes and profiles by forcing material through a die of appropriate shape. 
   Machining       Supplier has machining capabilities.  Machining is the removal of material through milling, turning, drilling, and other processes. 
   Notching, In-line       Notches can be provided during the roll forming process using punching dies that are incorporated directly into the roll form line. 
   Notching, Pre / Post       Notches can be provided either before or after the roll forming process. 
   Painting / Powder Coating       Supplier can provide painting to provide a protective and/or decorative coating.  Powder coating is finishing technologies in which dry paint particles are electrostatic ally charged and applied to a smooth surface. Electrostatic attraction holds powder particles on the part surface until heat is added to flow the powder together and cure it. Parts must be electrically conductive. Although powder coating is most widely used on metal parts, recent technological developments have broadened the type of substrates to include glass, special plastics and wood. 
   Plating / Coating       Applying a coating, or plating to the surface of a roll formed component.  Coating or plating may be done in-line or post process.  Examples plating and coating options are anodizing, galvanizing, zinc plating, copper plating, and nickel plating. 
   Press Braking       Press braking is a manual process involving an operator placing the metal workpiece between a punch and die and against a gauge in a press brake machine to provide a pre-set bend or series of bends in the metal. 
   Punching, In-line       Holes can be provided during the roll forming process using punching dies that are incorporated directly into the roll form line. 
   Punching, Pre / Post       Holes can be provided either before or after the roll forming process. 
   Skiving / Edge Conditioning       Skiving, deburring, or other edge conditioning processes.  Skiving is a continuous machining process that uses a form tool to cut a trough in the surface of base metal strip stock into which the cladding metal is inlayed and subsequently bonded. 
   Slitting       Cutting sheet or strip metal to narrower widths by rotary slitters. 
   Stamping       Stamping is the process of creating three-dimensional parts, lettering, and other surface definition onto materials.  This is achieved through the use of forms and dies which are forced into the surface of the material by extreme pressure.  When removed, the patterns on the forms and dies are indelibly stamped into the material.  Many standard and exotic engineering materials can be stamped or formed with pressure, although metal stamping is the primary application.  Machinery used to perform stamping and forming services range from relatively simple manual presses to highly computerized progressive die processors, in which the part goes through multiple stages of pressing during its fabrication. 
   Toll Processing       Toll processing, or processing deals, is the act of performing a process (such as slitting) on a material for a fee ("toll"). 
   Tool Making       Supplier has in house expertise and tool shop to create rolls and tooling necessary for production. 
   Welding, In-line       Welding operations can be performed during the roll forming process. 
   Welding, Pre / Post       Welding operations can be performed before or after the roll forming process. 
   Other       Other unlisted manufacturing services. 
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   Support and Production Services       
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   Assembly Services       Supplier services include assembly of components. 
   CAD / CAM Support       Vendor has the computer technology to receive solid model files electronically and use those files for part creation. 
   Design Assistance       Supplier can assist with concepts, manufacturing costs, manufacturing techniques and material considerations. Supplier may also be able to assist in upgrading or redesigning, re-evaluating or modernizing existing products to increase performance and/or reduce manufacturing costs. Some suppliers offer material sourcing and CAD modeling as well. 
   Prototype       Supplier can create prototypes to lend substance to ideas or investigate true manufacturing costs. 
   Low Volume Production       Supplier is capable of performing low volume production runs; typically means a production run time of less than one week. 
   High Volume Production       Supplier is capable of performing high volume production runs; typically means a production run time of over one week. 
   Just-In-Time Capability       Supplier has Just-In-Time manufacturing capability of parts in order to reduce need for inventory maintenance. 
   Packaging / Shipping       Supplier provides packaging and shipping capabilities including bulk shipment to facility for further processing or final packaging and shipping of product or device directly to the individual end customer. 
   Other       Other unlisted support of production service. 
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   Canada Only       This selection will return only companies located in Canada. 
   South / Central America Only       This selection will return only companies with facilities in South American countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, or in Central American countries such as Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama, etc. 
   Europe Only       This selection will return only companies located in Europe; namely Germany, Ireland, Italy, United Kingdom, etc. 
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   Other       Any unlisted country or region. 
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