(Almost) everything is possible thanks to roll forming and our Creator, an online tool that helps you to draw the profile you want.To the Welser Creator
... the most important process in the manufacture of steel profiles and at the same time the most affordable way to manufacture a profile with
in large quantities (from approx. 5,000 linear meters) and with high precision. That is mainly because machining steps like perforating, slitting, embossing or the incorporation of threads can be integrated into the roll forming process. The result is an excellent depth of production at an affordable price.
The input material is a flat strip of steel, stainless steel or a non-ferrous metal of high strength, which is mostly wound in coils of different widths. The process of roll forming (also referred to as cold rolling or roll profiling) involves passing this strip through a sequence of modular pairs of rollers and forming the desired cross-section at room temperature. Each pair of rollers performs a further step in the shaping until the desired profile shape is achieved.
In this way,
Is your extruded aluminum profile no longer strong enough?
A roll-formed Welser profile made from high-tensile steel or non-ferrous metal is the answer.
We provide an economic alternative if your aluminum profile does not meet the tight tolerances or requires costly further processing such as tapping or the placing of punch nuts.
Are you still producing your profiles using a press-brake, but need several thousand meters of a certain profile?
We show you that large quantities and constantly tight tolerances are not mutually exclusive, even for extra-long profiles.
Are you wondering whether your idea for a cross-section is achievable?
Configure your own steel profiles and see for yourself how the complex shapes can be achieved through roll forming.
Does your application demand even more complex cross-sections? We make it possible because we have taken roll forming to another level and also produce strip thickness-optimized, variable-height profiles or linear flow split profiles: