Cosmetic Roll Forming of Stainless Steel Parts for the Appliance Industry
A customer in appliance manufacturing desired to cut production costs on a current product line. Premier Products of Racine took on the challenge of designing a new part that would exceed expectations and lower costs for the client. The redesigned grille vane was an excellent match for our specially developed roll forming process due to its simple cross section and high volume. 201 stainless steel was pre-notched and roll formed on our custom-built machinery equipped with in-house designed dies, then cut to the required length. Our process ensures that the cosmetic material is not damaged during manufacturing. Secondary processes employed include forming and packaging for shipment. All processes took place at our state-of-the-art facility.
Tight tolerance of ±0.005" was held throughout construction, and a maximum allowance of two 0.020" or smaller cosmetic defects was maintained along the part's length. The finished dimensions were 30" - 73" long x 0.030" thick, featuring a highly cosmetic #4 brush finish.
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Highlights of this Stainless Steel Roll Forming Project
- Product Name
- Grille Vane
- Product Description
- Highly cosmetic stainless steel parts for an appliance manufacturer
- Capabilities Applied/Processes
Cosmetic Roll Forming
- Overall Part Dimensions
- Length: 30" - 73"
- Tightest Tolerances
- ± 0.005"
Max of two 0.020" or smaller cosmetic defects over entire length of part.
- Defects Larger than 0.020" is an Automatic Rejection
- Material Used
- 201 Stainless Steel
- Material Finish
- #4 Brush (Highly Cosmetic)
- Special Features
- This is created using our proprietary cosmetic roll forming process that allows us to roll form cosmetic stainless steel without damaging the cosmetic surface.
- In process testing/inspection performed
- Cosmetic Inspection, Visual Inspection
- Industry for Use
- Standards Met
- Customer Custom Quality and Aesthetics Standards
- Design Work
- Design of Proprietary Processes
Tooling Design and Custom Machines