Custom Roll Forming

Samco Rollforming Systems Produce Custom Roll Forming 

Samco offers innovation and design of complete roll forming lines. We have been considered to be one of the most advanced inventive companies in rollforming complex parts in the world! This is how we have had to keep our competitive edge. Our customers in office furniture, HVAC and automotive have increased their demand for innovation.

  • We have experience in roll forming high strength steel
  • We have experience customizing any line to what our customer needs.
  • We have experience in entire production lines, from the uncoiler, to the presses, to the rollformer(s) to the bender, to the pick and place unit…yes we do material handling as well.


Samco uses Copra FEA (Finite Element Analysis) for many of our customer’s new designs. This gives the ability to test tooling on a virtual tooling try-out mill before the mill is even built on the shop floor. The advantage of this is it pinpoints potential forming problems, and predicts actual strip shape at each roll stand. This is extremely valuable to customers that have profiles with potential challenges. The investment that goes into building unproven tooling can be astronomical on rollformers with many passes.

We are the only rollforming designers using this software to its full potential in North America!

Contact Samco Machinery today for more information on our solutions for complex roll forming.

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