Why do you think steel is bent? Is it only for a minor cause? Or does it serve a more major issue? The process of steel bending is quite self-explanatory and if you can’t wrap your head around it, steel bending is a phase in the manufacturing process and can produce a wide variety of shapes like V shapes, U shapes, and even other types of channels.
Akin to the other processes in manufacturing, steel bending has quite a few processes, too and they include:
- Incremental Bending
- Hot Bending
- Induction Bending
- Rotary-Draw Bending
The essence of these different types of bending lies on the product or the material you need – and we here at Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists can help you with the steel bending and the forming processes for your product. The steel bending experts and professionals we have are all experienced and skilled in the craft; and although skill and expertise are not needed, it is imperative to complement the machinery.
That alone, it’s already evident that we care for our craft more than how other companies do – and we’ll always be happy to serve!
If the metallic material or component that you need to produce requires to have a larger-than-the-usual type of radii, incremental bending would be the best option you have not only because of its structure and how the process is done, but also because incremental steel bending is done in low-volume batches.
Because of this specialization, the incremental bending procedure is quite self-explanatory; it is the process where only a small portion of the product is being bent and formed. In addition to that, the area of the deformation is what’s moving the workpiece.
How metal bending is seen in movies is actually how other manufacturers do it. Hot bending, from its term, is the process where the area that is to be bent is heated directly from a furnace or a flame, then bent.
Usually, heat or hot bending is used when repairing steel and metal parts and components.
Akin to how hot bending is made, induction bending is the same idea – but using electrical conductors and coils. This type of bending uses an electric coil for the area that is to be bent. Afterward, that area is sent to a rotary draw-like structure and cooled with water directly.
The cooling is what hardens it and what makes it sturdier. When do manufacturers use induction bending? – When only a tiny or a really small portion of the metal or the steel needs to be bent and molded.
As opposed to the usual bending methods, rolling or also known as cold bending, is the method of bending where a strip of metal is sent through different sets of stands or rollers that perform the increment of the bend.
This goes on continuously until the cross-section of the metal’s bend is obtained and if the desired shape and form is achieved.
Last but most definitely not the least is the rotary-draw bending. What this bending method does is it clamps to be kept in place and it rotates the needed area to be bent around a die. Until the figure, the shape, or the overall metal desire is formed, the process is repeated and is continuous.
There are a lot of manufacturers who can perform and operate a wide range of steel bending processes and procedures but only with us here at Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists can get you the results you desire and you need.
We consider the steel bending process to be the most important and the most relevant part of the entire metal fabrication process – why? Simply because of the fact that it’s the phase where:
- It’s going to be initially shaped and formed
- The aesthetic is going to depend on
- It’ll take the shape of how the company or the manufacturer wants it to be
High Quality of Processes
All the processes we do and perform undergo strict assessment and evaluation on a regular basis. This is to ensure that each and every step or phase is done correctly and efficiently. As a contract manufacturing company, it is our responsibility to give you the assurance that we can help you create the product or the component that you like or that you have been looking for.
Working with us is like giving yourself a free pass to experience the best and the highest quality of metal fabrication from the startup until the end.
Why You Should Work With Us
Many new companies who are on their way to stardom can’t grasp the fact that they need the support and the assistance of their clients to build their credibility. When you work with us, you need not worry about safety and security as we are an ISO 9001:2015 certified company – boasting not just the advanced types of machinery and technologies we have, but also the skills and the expertise of our staff and our workers.
From regular hydraulic press brakes to those that are CNC, you can be sure of the accuracy, the exactness, and the effectiveness of all our services.
You can count on us to help you with the project you want and need to create – we’re always prepared to give you not just the best and the highest of quality, but also the safest! You can count on us here at Ohio Contract Manufacturing Specialists to help you produce high-quality metal outputs, products, and components.
Whenever you’re ready to experience the best metal fabrication procedures in the industry, we’re just a call away. You can count on us to help you with a free quotation on the fabrication you need – and you can most definitely bank on our urgency and the way we value your business.
Work with us and be given the guarantee that the outputs or the products you need will be made in the best and in the cleanest ways possible!
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.