Ready to Roll: Three roll formers discuss changes in a demanding market

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Mechanically, roll forming hasn’t changed much over the years. What were once hand-cranked machines making simple architectural shapes have since evolved into high-speed monsters capable of ripping out over five miles per hour of complex and precision products. Despite this, the basic process remains the same: it’s still just a bunch of rollers bending metal. […]