Sheet metal folding

Cutting thickness
Black steel 20mm
Maximum sheet thickness up to 10mm
Cutting lenghts:
Stainless steel 80mm
Maximum sheet length up to 3000mm

We offer pipe and profile bending services in our company using hydraulic bending machines, and the computer-controlled bending process not only accelerates the pipe bending operation significantly but also ensures the highest product quality. The pipe is deformed (bent) just enough to meet the required specifications without compromising its functionality and characteristics. Additionally, we are proficient in bending various dimension metal strips. Depending on your preferences, we can perform both single bends for custom samples and handle larger production runs of pipes, profiles, and strips. While clients often prefer round-shaped pipe bending services, we are also adept at bending square and rectangular cross-section pipes.

Pipe bending is a crucial metal forming procedure where pipes are expertly shaped through precision pressing and rotating, creating seamless bends and angles. Lateral bending is meticulously controlled, considering both the bending moment and lateral force.

Although pipe bending technologies have evolved over the past decades, the fundamental principles remain the same. Regardless of whether we work with smaller or larger pipes and irrespective of the bending process, four factors significantly influence good and high-quality pipe bending: the material used, the bending equipment, the tools, and the lubricant. We always take these factors into account when performing pipe bending tasks.

There are two technological methods for pipe bending: hot bending and cold deformation. Moreover, the procedures of pre-formed and free-form pipe bending are distinguished. During the free-form pipe bending process, such as pushing the pipe between three wheels, the pipe is formed kinematically, meaning the bending contour does not depend on the bending tool geometry.

In the pipe bending process, mechanical forces are applied to push pipes or tubes into shaping devices, compelling them to adapt to the desired form. Often, the formed pipes are held firmly until the end of the pipe is rotated. Other pipe forming processes, such as pushing the pipe or tube between two rolls, create a simple curve in the pipe. In certain pipe bending cases, a special insert is added to the inside of the pipe to prevent it from breaking or cracking.

Bendable pipes include virtually all pipes made from cold metals such as stainless steel, copper, titanium, aluminum, or their alloys.

Compared to other methods of pipe joining (e.g., welding), pipe bending is increasingly popular and significant in the industry as it avoids the use of additional components and materials. Furthermore, the production time and costs for bending are considerably lower compared to welding. Additionally, bent pipes have a longer service life compared to joined components, making this service highly recommended. We will perform it professionally, efficiently, and at a competitive price. Welding.