VeriForm has been rolling plate metal for over 20 years, and has been providing top tier services from the beginning.
With the ability to roll metal up to 10 feet wide, VeriForm has some of the biggest equipment in the industry. Below is just a sample of some of the parts we can roll:
Helixes and Curved Parts
Cones, Both Concentric and Eccentric
And Much More!
Ours Is Bigger!
We Roll Plate Metal Up To 10 Feet Wide
VeriForm is the go-to source for large plate metal rolling projects, as we have the equipment and expertise necessary to deliver a quality product of that size. Our team of highly trained professionals use only the most precise equipment to ensure that your rolled plate metal parts are made perfectly to spec.
Ability to Add Inline Operations; Punching, Piercing, Folding, Bending, Etc.
Cost Effective Solution
20 foot long part that looks rolled but in fact was step formed on a brake press at VeriForm. This is a communication tower stiffening clamp to help in high ice conditions to reinforce older towers. Part was made from 3/8 inch structural plate.
Following are 3/16 inch thick aluminium light shades rolled for an American casino where the sections are in quarters and bolted together for an aesthetic effect.
This photo shows a job from half inch steel plate cut and rolled and also formed to make clamping systems for large underground systems for a government installation in Toronto.
The following photo is showing large 0.25 inch thick steel panels rolled with windows for access holes.
Employee checking fit-up of 2 different cone sections rolled for an oven used in the steel mills.
This is cone part was step formed on one of our brake presses instead of being rolled in a set of plate rolls. There are reasons when rolling a cone is not possible and these include either excessive tonnage for plate rolls or too great a taper on the cone for the rolls to handle the rolling. One benefit of step rolling is that you can get the bends right to the mating edge of the cones thereby reducing the flat spots that can be seen on rolled cones. As well step forming allows you to make extremely tapered or thicker gage cones that are not possible for plate rolls."
0.25” thick a572 grade 50 plate cones step-formed in halves and welded to 3/8” thick a572 grade 50 flat rings. The step-forming is spaced at smaller intervals so that the surface is generally round and smooth with minimal flat regions between each tapered bend compared to cones formed with half the amount of step bends. This type of rolling using step bends is a way of forming cones that cannot be rolled on plate rolls.