INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY & REDUCE LABOR WITH AN MRS TRIM ROLLFORMER
If you’re like most
The average 10’ corner takes 1 minute and 25 seconds to bend on a single folder. That includes the operators time to make 3 hits on each hem, flip it and form it into a complete part. This does not include any
A hemming machine increases production by allowing the operator to insert the part a minimal number of times increasing folder productivity from 30% to 50% depending on the part profile.
Trim machines can increase production exponentially. With the capacity to produce up to 650 pieces of 10’ trim in one hour it doesn’t take long to recognize a return on investment. In the metal roofing industry, it is foolish to think that you will ever get away from producing at least some of your trim on a folder, but as you can see the more trim you can
This is an example of the average time it takes to produce 500-3000 pieces of trim with various equipment; folder, hemmer, and trim machines.
Trim components are already one of the most profitable items sold by
As your company grows, so do the savings associated with a trim
Evaluate your needs / determine your budget
Now that you understand the advantages and savings associated with
1. Find the right fit
Often times a newer company can get overwhelmed with trim in the spring or fall during peak season. Seasonal needs may not warrant a full trim machine but may be better handled with a
2. Profile selection
If volumes necessitate a trim
3. Final Machine Selection
Metal Rollforming Systems designs, manufactures, and sells a wide array of equipment that will meet the needs of any company looking to expand their trim production. From hemming machines, to single trim rollformers, all the way up to multi trim lines with the capability of producing 4-6 profiles. Call and discuss with a sales engineer today 1-888-284-6794 and start putting more money in your pocket!
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