Ever wondered how to produce long, slender metal components without compromising on quality or cost? Roll forming is the answer, and Dahlstrom Roll Form leads the industry with over 100 years of experience. 

Download our Why Roll Forming guide for information on: 

     •  What a Roll Former Does
     •  The Benefits of Roll Forming
     •  Applications for Roll Forming
     •  How Roll Forming Costs Are Determined
     •  & More!

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Roll Forming’s Applications

This versatile process caters to numerous applications, including:

     •  Construction framing
     •  Commercial refrigeration 
     •  Data storage
     •  Decorative trims

Dahlstrom’s roll forming process ensures tight tolerances, minimal tool maintenance and the ability to handle high-strength metals like HSLA steel.


Keeping Roll Forming Costs Low

Dahlstrom's focus on cost-effectiveness means you'll not only receive a high-quality product but also a solution that suits your budget. With strategies to manage production costs, labor, and lead time, your bottom line will thank you.

To help you understand how our roll forming process and cost-effectiveness can benefit your business, fill out the form above to get your free copy of 'Why Roll Forming'. 


Roll Forming Vs. Competing Processes

In the right situation, roll forming produces parts efficiently that stack up against any industry. 

Download our guide for a rundown on the pros and cons of roll forming vs.: 

     •  Stamping 
     •  Press Braking 
     •  Extrusion 
     •  Casting
     •  Forging


Most of these competing processes are done through hot forming – a very specialized mill process. High temperatures require huge furnaces, and the machinery needed to manage molten steel safely is a large expense. 

Ready to reshape your business with Dahlstrom Roll Form? It’s time to take the next step – download your free guide!