Static Roller Forming

B-125

B-125

Roller Forming is a non-impact process using a spinning roller head with two or more rollers to apply a symmetrical force to form the part. Static roller heads use spinning rollers and down-force to create an aesthetically pleasing lip on a surface 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. Please download the models and drawings needed from the "CAD Drawings" dropdown menu on the left. You will need to download the proper bench and powerhead files required for your application. The tooling for this process is very specific to your part and therefore are not available.

Specs

Head Forming Capacity

.125" (3.2 mm)

Max Stroke

1.5" (138 mm)

Max Downward Force

590 lbs @ 100 psi

Weight

150 lbs (68 kg)

Width

6.88" (174.8 mm)

Depth

13.0" (330.2 mm)

Throat Depth

3.5" (89 mm)

Height

30.0" (762 mm)

Base Height

1.88" (47.8 mm)

Optimum Use

  • Works with delicate products
  • Controllable forming process
  • Can form a vast array of materials

Special Considerations

  • Replaces crimping
  • Can form a range of diameters
  • Precision control

Options

SERVO ADJUSTABLE HARD STOP: Automatically set the stroke length with a servo and adjust stroke between cycles

OFFSET MOTOR MOUNT: Offset the motor from the powerhead, freeing up space for more mounting options or process monitoring

CLUTCH BRAKE: Stop the spindle from spinning without shutting down the powerhead motor

GEAR REDUCER: Finely tune your powerhead speed to better control the process

PROGRAMMABLE HEIGHT SENSING PRESSURE PAD: Work with other process monitoring to provide precision when compressing stacked parts

LVDT STROKE MONITORING: Monitor stroke distance and increase precision and consistent head forming

ANTI-ROTATE DEVICE: Keep the peen from rotating

LOADCELL FORCE MONITORING: Force readouts and process optimization

REMOTE STROKE ADJUST: Allows for access to the stroke adjust knob when the standard location is difficult to reach

THROUGH SPINDLE PRESSURE PAD FOR ROLLER HEADS: Compress part prior to forming to ensure proper assembly and maintain consistency

B-240

B-240

Roller Forming is a non-impact process using a spinning roller head with two or more rollers to apply a symmetrical force to form the part. Static roller heads use spinning rollers and down-force to create an aesthetically pleasing lip on a surface 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. Please download the models and drawings needed from the "CAD Drawings" dropdown menu on the left. You will need to download the proper bench and powerhead files required for your application. The tooling for this process is very specific to your part and therefore are not available.

Specs

Head Forming Capacity

.236" (6 mm)

Max Stroke

1.75" (44.5 mm)

Max Downward Force

1460 @ 100 psi

Weight

250 lbs (113.4 kg)

Width

8.75" (222.3 mm)

Depth

14.75" (374.7 mm)

Throat Depth

4.5" (114.3 mm)

Height

35.75" (908.1 mm)

Base Height

4.0" (101.6 mm)

Optimum Use

  • Works with both delicate and robust products
  • Controllable forming process
  • Can form a vast array of materials

Special Considerations

  • Replaces crimping
  • Can form a range of diameters
  • Precision control

Options

SERVO ADJUSTABLE HARD STOP: Automatically set the stroke length with a servo and adjust stroke between cycles

OFFSET MOTOR MOUNT: Offset the motor from the powerhead, freeing up space for more mounting options or process monitoring

CLUTCH BRAKE: Stop the spindle from spinning without shutting down the powerhead motor

GEAR REDUCER: Finely tune your powerhead speed to better control the process

PROGRAMMABLE HEIGHT SENSING PRESSURE PAD: Work with other process monitoring to provide precision when compressing stacked parts

LVDT STROKE MONITORING: Monitor stroke distance and increase precision and consistent head forming

ANTI-ROTATE DEVICE: Keep the peen from rotating

LOADCELL FORCE MONITORING: Force readouts and process optimization

REMOTE STROKE ADJUST: Allows for access to the stroke adjust knob when the standard location is difficult to reach

THROUGH SPINDLE PRESSURE PAD FOR ROLLER HEADS: Compress part prior to forming to ensure proper assembly and maintain consistency

B-310

B-310

Roller Forming is a non-impact process using a spinning roller head with two or more rollers to apply a symmetrical force to form the part. Static roller heads use spinning rollers and down-force to create an aesthetically pleasing lip on a surface 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. Please download the models and drawings needed from the "CAD Drawings" dropdown menu on the left. You will need to download the proper bench and powerhead files required for your application. The tooling for this process is very specific to your part and therefore are not available.

Specs

Head Forming Capacity

.312" (8 mm)

Max Stroke

2.0" (51 mm)

Max Downward Force

2120 lbs @ 100 psi

Weight

580 lbs (263.1 kg)

Width

11.0" (279.4 mm)

Depth

19.0" (482.6 mm)

Throat Depth

6.25" (158.8 mm)

Height

36.625" (930.3 mm)

Base Height

4.75" (120.7 mm)

Optimum Use

  • Works with both delicate and robust products
  • Controllable forming process
  • Can form a vast array of materials

Special Considerations

  • Replaces crimping
  • Can form a range of diameters
  • Precision control

Options

SERVO ADJUSTABLE HARD STOP: Automatically set the stroke length with a servo and adjust stroke between cycles

OFFSET MOTOR MOUNT: Offset the motor from the powerhead, freeing up space for more mounting options or process monitoring

CLUTCH BRAKE: Stop the spindle from spinning without shutting down the powerhead motor

GEAR REDUCER: Finely tune your powerhead speed to better control the process

PROGRAMMABLE HEIGHT SENSING PRESSURE PAD: Work with other process monitoring to provide precision when compressing stacked parts

LVDT STROKE MONITORING: Monitor stroke distance and increase precision and consistent head forming

ANTI-ROTATE DEVICE: Keep the peen from rotating

LOADCELL FORCE MONITORING: Force readouts and process optimization

REMOTE STROKE ADJUST: Allows for access to the stroke adjust knob when the standard location is difficult to reach

THROUGH SPINDLE PRESSURE PAD FOR ROLLER HEADS: Compress part prior to forming to ensure proper assembly and maintain consistency

B-500

B-500

Roller Forming is a non-impact process using a spinning roller head with two or more rollers to apply a symmetrical force to form the part. Static roller heads use spinning rollers and down-force to create an aesthetically pleasing lip on a surface 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. Please download the models and drawings needed from the "CAD Drawings" dropdown menu on the left. You will need to download the proper bench and powerhead files required for your application. The tooling for this process is very specific to your part and therefore are not available.

Specs

Head Forming Capacity

.500" (12.7 mm)

Max Stroke

2.5" (63.5 mm)

Max Downward Force

4400 lbs @ 100 psi

Weight

1000 lbs

Width

16.0" (406.4 mm)

Depth

27.0" (686 mm)

Throat Depth

9.0" (228.6 mm)

Height

50.0" (1270 mm)

Base Height

6.0" (152.54 mm)

Optimum Use

  • Works with robust products
  • Controllable forming process
  • Can form a vast array of materials

Special Considerations

  • Replaces crimping
  • Can form a range of diameters
  • Precision control

Options

SERVO ADJUSTABLE HARD STOP: Automatically set the stroke length with a servo and adjust stroke between cycles

OFFSET MOTOR MOUNT: Offset the motor from the powerhead, freeing up space for more mounting options or process monitoring

CLUTCH BRAKE: Stop the spindle from spinning without shutting down the powerhead motor

GEAR REDUCER: Finely tune your powerhead speed to better control the process

PROGRAMMABLE HEIGHT SENSING PRESSURE PAD: Work with other process monitoring to provide precision when compressing stacked parts

LVDT STROKE MONITORING: Monitor stroke distance and increase precision and consistent head forming

ANTI-ROTATE DEVICE: Keep the peen from rotating

LOADCELL FORCE MONITORING: Force readouts and process optimization

REMOTE STROKE ADJUST: Allows for access to the stroke adjust knob when the standard location is difficult to reach

THROUGH SPINDLE PRESSURE PAD FOR ROLLER HEADS: Compress part prior to forming to ensure proper assembly and maintain consistency

B-750

B-750

Roller Forming is a non-impact process using a spinning roller head with two or more rollers to apply a symmetrical force to form the part. Static roller heads use spinning rollers and down-force to create an aesthetically pleasing lip on a surface 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. Please download the models and drawings needed from the "CAD Drawings" dropdown menu on the left. You will need to download the proper bench and powerhead files required for your application. The tooling for this process is very specific to your part and therefore are not available.

Specs

Head Forming Capacity

.750" (19.1 mm)

Max Stroke

2.5" (63.5 mm)

Max Downward Force

7510 lbs @ 100 psi

Weight

1100 lbs (499 kg)

Width

16.0" (406.4 mm)

Depth

26.75" (679.5 mm)

Throat Depth

9.0" (228.6 mm)

Height

56.0" (1422.4 mm)

Base Height

6.0" (152.4 mm)

Optimum Use

  • Works with robust products
  • Controllable forming process
  • Can form a vast array of materials

Special Considerations

  • Replaces crimping
  • Can form a range of diameters
  • Precision control

Options

SERVO ADJUSTABLE HARD STOP: Automatically set the stroke length with a servo and adjust stroke between cycles

OFFSET MOTOR MOUNT: Offset the motor from the powerhead, freeing up space for more mounting options or process monitoring

CLUTCH BRAKE: Stop the spindle from spinning without shutting down the powerhead motor

GEAR REDUCER: Finely tune your powerhead speed to better control the process

PROGRAMMABLE HEIGHT SENSING PRESSURE PAD: Work with other process monitoring to provide precision when compressing stacked parts

LVDT STROKE MONITORING: Monitor stroke distance and increase precision and consistent head forming

ANTI-ROTATE DEVICE: Keep the peen from rotating

LOADCELL FORCE MONITORING: Force readouts and process optimization

REMOTE STROKE ADJUST: Allows for access to the stroke adjust knob when the standard location is difficult to reach

THROUGH SPINDLE PRESSURE PAD FOR ROLLER HEADS: Compress part prior to forming to ensure proper assembly and maintain consistency

B-840

B-840

Roller Forming is a non-impact process using a spinning roller head with two or more rollers to apply a symmetrical force to form the part. Static roller heads use spinning rollers and down-force to create an aesthetically pleasing lip on a surface 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. Please download the models and drawings needed from the "CAD Drawings" dropdown menu on the left. You will need to download the proper bench and powerhead files required for your application. The tooling for this process is very specific to your part and therefore are not available.

Specs

Head Forming Capacity

.840" (21.33 mm)

Max Stroke

2.5" (63.5 mm)

Max Downward Force

12,700 lbs @ 100 psi

Weight

1200 lbs (544.3 kg)

Width

16.0" (406.54 mm)

Depth

26.75" (679.5 mm)

Throat Depth

9.0" (228.6 mm)

Height

56.0" (1422.4 mm)

Base Height

6.0" (152.4 mm)

Optimum Use

  • Works with robust products
  • Controllable forming process
  • Can form a vast array of materials

Special Considerations

  • Replaces crimping
  • Can form a range of diameters
  • Precision control

Options

SERVO ADJUSTABLE HARD STOP: Automatically set the stroke length with a servo and adjust stroke between cycles

OFFSET MOTOR MOUNT: Offset the motor from the powerhead, freeing up space for more mounting options or process monitoring

CLUTCH BRAKE: Stop the spindle from spinning without shutting down the powerhead motor

GEAR REDUCER: Finely tune your powerhead speed to better control the process

PROGRAMMABLE HEIGHT SENSING PRESSURE PAD: Work with other process monitoring to provide precision when compressing stacked parts

LVDT STROKE MONITORING: Monitor stroke distance and increase precision and consistent head forming

ANTI-ROTATE DEVICE: Keep the peen from rotating

LOADCELL FORCE MONITORING: Force readouts and process optimization

REMOTE STROKE ADJUST: Allows for access to the stroke adjust knob when the standard location is difficult to reach

THROUGH SPINDLE PRESSURE PAD FOR ROLLER HEADS: Compress part prior to forming to ensure proper assembly and maintain consistency

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