Sheet Metal Bending
In the industry of metalworks and metal fabrication, sheet metal bending is one of the fewest ways in achieving the desired shape, form, size, and even an angle that you want the metal to form into. Aside from sheet metal bending, this process is also known as dying bending, press brake bending, and folding and it can be achieved by doing a ton of different procedures and processes.
However, the main thing that needs to be done is for the force to be applied to the workpiece using tools that are designed to mold and to shape it to its appropriate form.
Tons of different companies and manufacturers perform a ton of sheet metal bending procedures every once in a while, if not every day. The main and the primary use of this very procedure is to curve the metal to the desired shape and angle – it can be a V-bending, a U-bending, step-bending, and the like.
We here at Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists can assist you in terms of providing a wide range of metal bending procedures for your overall steel and metal fabrication.
Sheet Metal Bending Methods We Offer
As your all-in-one metal fabrication company, you can be confident with us and our work – as we can help you with a ton of metal bending types you need. Though most of them would have the same result, the resistance, sturdiness, design complexity, and accuracy of the metal products and components would be different and it’s going to depend on the method how it’s made.
The V-bending method is practically the most common and the most-used type of sheet metal bending method. It uses the regular punch and dies – and it has quite a few subgroups under its own umbrella. From its term, the shapes of the material and the component would be formed to a V-shaped component.
From the sheet metal and form the shape of the die versus the punch – that’s what the shape’s going to be.
Probably the most different and the most unique method is wipe bending. The structure is when a pressure pad or what would hold the metal sheet is sandwiching the workpiece using the help of a wipe die.
The punch, on the other hand, is pressed on the edge of the wipe – hence the term edge bending, another term for wipe bending.
Most people think of air bending as the type of bending that does not require anything – in fact, it’s true, in a sense. Air bending is the process used so that the workpiece does not touch the tools entirely – only tips.
This bending method is perfect for flexibility and it works when the workpiece rests on two points, not touching the die. When the punch pushes, the metal bends.
V and U-bending are of the same family – the difference is with the shape of the channels, instead of being V, it’s U. They offer the same results, just the different shape, and angle of the bend.
Also more commonly known as bottom striking and bottom pressing, bottoming is the process of pressing the punch or the metal sheet to the die’s surface so that it takes the shape and the angle of which the die is in position versus the punch.
The angle of the die is what will determine the shape as well as the depth of the material or the metallic component.
Whatever method you want or need, you can count on us here at Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists to help you with the metal fabrication procedure you desire. Remember that the different methods produce different shapes, forms, and bends – so you need to clarify what type of material you need first.
We Serve You With High-Quality Products
Whatever type of product you need, as long as it’s metallic and it needs to be fabricated, you can count on us. We would not just give you the regular products and regular outputs – we’ll give you the highest quality and the most efficient that you need.
We put and place the relevance of metal sheet bending in its place – we duly understand the need and the demand that companies, organizations, and other manufacturers have. We work urgently and you wouldn’t feel the need to find another company ever again!
Trust Our Forming Procedure
We at Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists have invested in the best and the most advanced technology when it comes to forming and press brake bending. We utilize the latest CNC technology, making the process a lot easier and a lot more efficient.
You can count on us to help you with whatever you need, with the heaviest force. The team of fabricators and sheet metal bending professionals and experts we have are knowledgeable and are adept at how the process works.
When you work with us, you can be free from all your worries – never did we fail to provide our clients with the fabrication process. You can count on us and our company in terms of:
- Complete and comprehensive metal fabrication procedure
- Building and assembly
Our Company’s Promise
We are the company you can count on if you need the simplest and the most basic of metallic tools and components, to the most complex and comprehensive metal sets. It is our mission here at Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists to be the best manufacturer to help you with all the metal products and equipment you need.
In the entire state of Ohio, you will never find any other company with the same type and quality of services we offer. Only with us would you be able to experience the highest quality of metal fabrication with the least errors and mistakes.
Trust us to like how other companies and manufacturers have – and experience nothing but world-class quality services at the most reasonable and affordable rates. Contact us now and we’ll get you the free quotation for the production you need!
Unlike other contract manufacturers that focus on just one specific type of service, we are a company skilled and experienced to perform a large scale of services. Our focus and attention to detail on your project and task goes above and beyond. We exceed the expectations to all of our clients daily.
Our core offerings and services at Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists includes, but is not limited to, the following below:
We service multiple cities throughout the state of Ohio. We provide all the services listed above, and much more in every city throughout Ohio.
If you don’t see your city listed or a specific service listed, don’t worry. All you have to do is contact us by either giving us a call or filling out our online contact form. Then we’ll discover what are some of the top solutions for you, your business, and executing a solid solution.