Architects and building designers love working with rectangular metal tubing. 

Creating that arch, though, is not easy. Unlike bending wide flange beams or S beams, rectangular tube bending and rolling carries a large set of challenges incumbent to its nature.

Angle metals aren’t symmetrical.

They don’t have a true centerline. Instead, a neutral axis controls the angle rolling process.

 

The goal is to roll in a flat plane – whether leg in, leg out, heel in or heel out. Control of the bend forces must be absolute.

Steel sheet rolling is about ultra-careful bending.

A plate rolling professional focuses on controlling the crown during the sheet rolling process. The thicker the metal, the more force needed.

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