Cold Rolled Strength Through Innovation

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Cold Rolled Strength Through Innovation
Work hardening of the cold rolled form depends on the material composition, the hardness before rolling, the depth of the tooth form, and the feed rate of rolling. Not all material works well for the same shape. For example, aluminum and some stainless steels may be formed to produce a spline shape or shallow tooth form, but may not be used to produce a full depth gear because the material work hardens too quickly and will not flow up to fill in the tooth form.

Cold Rolled Products
Grob’s innovative method of cold forming gives customers numerous advantages over traditional machining. These include a stronger profile, higher surface finish, and the ability to make bar lengths. Explore the process on our Advantages page.