Capital Sheet Metal is not only an expert in cutting, forming and rolling metal sheet. We also specialize in Bending. Sheet Metal Bending is a metal forming process in which a force is applied to a piece of sheet metal, causing it to bend at an angle and form the desired shape. Bending is an essential part of sheet metal manufacturing. With nearly every industry requiring some form of sheet metal work, the bending process has evolved to include a wide variety of tools and methods to transform flat sheet metal into the three dimensional shapes needed for manufactured products.
The number of ways to bend sheet metal are as unique as the products they create. Some require heat, some force, some careful application of physics — and some a combination of these tools. Common bending processes include air bending and Three-points, coining, bottoming, wiping and rotary, Elastomer bending and Joggle bending.
No matter the scale or material, these bending processes all transform a flat sheet of metal into a newly shaped piece. Some of these pieces are finished parts in their own right, while some function as a component that will go on to be part of a greater system.
Specialty manufacturers often offer many unique processes in addition to bending, depending upon the particular demands of their customers. Sheet metal work often involves a combination of these processes. We process bending for Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Carbon Steel, Brass, Copper and Specialized Alloys.
We understand that our customers need exceptional products that are consistent with quality, design and build specification. Our company has invested heavily in advanced stamping, bending, deep drawing equipment, enabling us to quickly deliver components in the volume you need. We have a rapid response team (one salesperson and engineer as a group) in place, whose role is to ensure that your order is completed on time and give your our advice in terms of your design has some issues in mass production before mold and tooling making, save you time and cost for tooling modification.