Dec. 6, 2012
-- Toronto, November 11, 2012 - Metform International Ltd
., a global leader in roll forming and coil processing solutions is pleased to announce top value performance with their heavy gauge rollforming product line. Forming high strength materials can prove to be challenging for some roll form manufacturers and tooling designers since high strength materials have higher yield strengths and are less flexible.
The roll form engineers at Metform apply their know-how and knowledge to determine the mill’s capability to form by understanding how the material behaves and choosing the right material. It is a requirement for the team to understand the mechanical forces of forming process and how it affects the strip. This is vital in helping tooling engineers on how to design the tooling properly.
“At Metform, our roll forming engineers and tooling engineers work together to identify the specific requirements for forming mills that are used for high-strength materials,” stated Mark Volkmann, Metform President. “Understanding the limit and effect in forming high-strength material helps both roll forming and tooling engineers in creating the right tooling design for our clients to reduce tooling cost and produce high-quality tooling and formed products.”
Some of the common industry profiles manufactured by Metform’s heavy gauge roll forming machinery include sheet piling, rail car profiles, road and bridge construction, ship and barge building, railway transportation, construction materials and ship building.About Metform
Established in 1968, Metform International Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of roll forming and coil processing solutions for clients in automotive, building and construction, heavy gauge, coil processing, highway and transportation, shelving and racking and custom roll forming industries. Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Metform is a Canadian owned company with worldwide presence in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America. For more information please visit http://www.metformintl.com