Roller forming is a non-impact process using a spinning roller head, with two or more rollers, to apply a symmetrical downward force to form a part. Static roller forming is often used to form an aesthetically pleasing lip around a cylindrical part. The non-impact nature combined with precision and accuracy makes it possible to form delicate and brittle materials. Static roller heads provide consistency and efficiency to your forming process.
Hardened rollers on a spinning roller head are advanced in a vertical direction to apply a symmetrical downward force to a cylindrical material to flare it outward.
To form or crimp a cylindrical material inward, hardened rollers on a spinning roller head can advance in a vertical direction to apply a symmetrical downward force.