U Channel Machine

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U Channel Roll Forming Machine Specification

  • Production capacity: 50ft
  • Condition: New
  • U Channel Size: 2″ x 3″ x 2″
  • Channel Thickness: 0.27″ – 0.32″ / 0.5mm – 0.8mm
  • Materials: Aluminum, Steel, Galvalum, Painted Steel
  • dimensions 17′ x 6′ x 7′
  • Forming steps: 12 steps
  • Machine weight: 4 ton

U Channel Roll Forming Machine Description

A U Channel Roll Forming Machine is a specialized piece of equipment used in the manufacturing and fabrication industry to produce U-shaped channels or profiles from metal coils or sheets. These U-shaped channels are commonly used in construction, automotive, and various other industries for applications such as framing, support structures, and more. The roll forming process involves shaping a continuous strip of metal by passing it through a series of rollers to gradually form the desired profile.

Here's an overview of how a U Channel Roll Forming Machine typically works:

  1. Material Feeding: The process begins with a coil or sheet of metal, usually steel or aluminum, which is placed on a decoiler or uncoiler. The material is then fed into the roll forming machine.
  2. Roll Forming: The heart of the machine consists of a series of rollers that gradually bend and shape the metal strip into the U-shaped profile. Each set of rollers is carefully designed to achieve the desired dimensions and features of the U channel.
  3. Cutting: Once the metal strip has been formed into the U shape, a cutting mechanism, such as a flying cutoff or a post-cut shear, is used to cut the profile to the desired length. This ensures that the final product is the correct size.
  4. Post-Processing: Depending on the specific requirements, additional post-processing steps may be included, such as punching holes, embossing, or adding other features to the U channel.
  5. Stacking or Packaging: After the U channel has been formed, cut, and any necessary post-processing steps have been completed, the finished pieces are typically stacked, bundled, or packaged for easy handling and transportation.

U Channel Roll Forming Machines come in various sizes and configurations, depending on the complexity of the U channel profile and the production volume required. These machines can be fully automated or semi-automated, depending on the level of precision and efficiency needed for the manufacturing process.

U Channel Roll Forming Machines are essential in industries where consistent, high-quality U channels are required for various applications. They offer advantages such as cost-effectiveness, repeatability, and the ability to produce U channels with various dimensions and features to meet specific project requirements.

All roll forming machinery is fully assembled at our factory in Orlando Florida. Our Roll Forming Machines come with a 1 year warranty for parts and labor. All machines will be made to customer personal requirements and profile.

Please note: Roll Forming Machines LLC does not provide in-house financing, but the leasing companies listed here can assist with financing our equipment. Roll Forming Machines LLC is not affiliated with any of these companies.

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Galvalume, Steel Aluminum

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