Articulating Roller Forming

 

Flaring

Hardened rollers on a spinning roller head advance vertically and then horizontally to apply an outward force to a cylindrical material, flaring it outwards.

Flare Roller Forming

 

Roller Form Around Obstacle

Lip Forming/Crimping

To form a lip or crimp a material, hardened rollers on a spinning roller head can advance vertically and then horizontally to apply an inward force around a cylindrical material.

 

Groove Forming

Groove forming requires the hardened rollers on a spinning roller head to advance vertically and then horizontally to apply an inward force around a cylindrical material to form the groove in the material.

Groove Roller Form

 

Articulating Undercut

Undercut Forming

For undercut forming, hardened rollers on a spinning roller head are advanced vertically and then horizontally to apply an inward force to form a groove in the material under a shelf type feature.

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