Steel Bending

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As part of our comprehensive steel part manufacturing services, Advanced Steel Technology offers steel bending services capable of creating angle and radius bends of 0-90° in parts measuring up to 12 ft wide and 3 inches thick. We utilize both CNC roll bending equipment as well as press brakes that generate from 250-1,500 tons of force to bend A36 and A572 Grade 50 plate steel as well as heat treated quench and tempered plate. The fully automatic process creates close tolerance, repeatable profiles with exceptional precision and quality.

Our ISO 9001-certified facility is one of the largest capacity steel benders in the Southeastern U.S. We specialize in producing parts in medium to large volumes for the construction, material handling, and heavy equipment industries. To learn more about how our steel bending services can help you with your application, contact us today.

Capabilities
Process
  • Metal Bending

Equipment
  • Roll Benders

  • Brake Presses

Controls
  • CNC

Bends
  • Angle

  • Radius

Degree Range
  • 0 to 90°

Intended Cutting Material
  • A36 Plate Steel

  • A572 Grade 50 Plate Steel

  • Some Heat Treated Quench and Tempered Plate

Capacity
  • 250 to 1500 ton

Maximum Width
  • 3.6 m

  • 12 ft

Maximum Thickness
  • 75 mm

  • 3 in

Maximum Lifting Capacity
  • 20 tons

Quality Control
  • Coordinate Measuring Machine CMM

  • Templates

  • Gauges

Production Volume
  • Medium to Large Volume

Additional Information
Industry Focus
  • Construction

  • Heavy Equipment

  • Material Handling

Intended Applications
  • Bulldozers

  • Packers (Asphalt / Dirt)

  • Excavators

  • Wheel Loaders

  • Backhoes / Fork Lifts

Industry Standards
  • ISO 9001

  • ASTM

File Formats
  • DXF

  • IGES

  • PDF

  • Images

Advanced Steel Technology

300 West Hermitage Road, N.E., Rome, Georgia 30161
Phone: 706-232-5877

Fax: 706-232-5929

Email: info@adv-steel.com

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