••••••>Roll forming systems Should I refurbish the old systems or buy new ones? Has your company been using the same roll forming systems over the years? You have the option of refurbishing your old roll forming equipments or to buy a completely new Roll form line. Not every company has the capital to invest in buying an entirely new roll forming system. Refurbishing your roll forming system would be the best option in this case. Improving the roof components and integrating new parts into the old systems is the best way to achieve this. The improvements introduced in sheet and plate flatness are also important factors to be considered while getting your old roll forming systems refurbished. A flat plate is important, for instance, in extensive cutting while roll form products such as roofing panels, studs and tracks, purloins and joists, and trusses and cladding, are manufactured. In case you are going in for buying new equipment, then roll form systems are available in two types in today’s market – the lightweight and the work site equipment. When you go to buy new roll forming systems, you would need to determine the capacity of your company, the maximum production length, the line speed and last but not the least, the coil size and cost. How can you choose the best type of Roll forming equipments for my company? In case your company manufactures seamless products, then the best type of line would be the work site equipment. A manufacturing rate that is greater than 500 pm could get new work-site equipment. Depending on the type of product to be manufactured, the weight and diameter of the coil of the roll forming system needs to be selected. Refurbishing your old roll forming systems can sometimes require investments in continuous improvement and time to measure the performance and capacity of the equipment. Buying new roll forming equipment would be better than to constantly put in money and time into getting old equipment refurbished every time. On the other hand, refurbishing can save you the cost of having to buy new machines every time the old models become outdated. Before you can decide whether to refurbish your old equipment or to buy completely new equipment, you would need to evaluate the needs and keep the future or long-term goals of your organization in mind.
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Published on Jul 23, 2012
How can you choose the best type of Roll forming equipments for my company? In case your company manufactures seamless products, then the be...