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American Roll Form Case Study Featured in The Tube & Pipe Journal

by Phil Misch on Apr 29, 2014 9:12:00 AM

American Roll Form Products was featured in the April/May issue of The Tube & Pipe Journal for its unconventional approach to product engineering and prototyping. The case study highlights ARF’s work with an OEM customer seeking to compare the cost and functionality of a roll formed part with an extrusion. 

In addition to computer modeling and finite element analysis (FEA), ARF’s engineering team worked with the customer to develop a complex and cost-effective prototyping process. Successful prototyping tests product design viability before a major investment in tooling is made.

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American Roll Form Products Receives Prestigious Award, Recognition for Manufacturing Advancements

by Phil Misch on Feb 18, 2014 2:58:00 AM

American Roll Form Products, a leading custom metal fabricator, received prominent recognition for its continued dedication to advancing manufacturing while maintaining high quality and safety standards.

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American Roll Form Products Installs New Rolling Mill

by Phil Misch on Jul 29, 2013 8:04:00 AM

American Roll Form Products (ARFP), a manufacturer of custom roll formed products, recently installed a new rolling mill designed for high-speed and flexibility at their 53,200 square foot newly opened satellite manufacturing facility located in North Las Vegas, Nevada.

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ARF North Las Vegas Grand Opening Featured in Review Journal

by Phil Misch on Jul 17, 2013 9:42:00 PM

ARF was thrilled to have the grand opening of our North Las Vegas manufacturing facility featured in the Review Journal, Nevada's largest newspaper.

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ARF Featured in Crain's Cleveland Business

by Phil Misch on Jun 18, 2013 5:37:00 AM

American Roll Form was thrilled to be featured in the June 10-16, 2013 edition of Crain's Cleveland Business. The full page article discusses how ARF has made change and adaptability a core competency and talks about the strength of our new leadership and our decision to open our new facility in North Las Vegas, Nevada.

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American Roll Form Products Opens a Facility in North Las Vegas, Nevada

by Phil Misch on Jun 17, 2013 10:28:00 AM

Official Las Vegas Press Release:

Painesville, OH – American Roll Form Products (ARFP), a manufacturer of custom roll formed products, recently opened a 40,000 square foot satellite facility in North Las Vegas, Nevada. The primary focus of this facility is to support customers and projects located in the Southwestern U.S. market. This plant has been producing parts since the beginning of April and now will soon have a 3rd mill up and running with more on the way shortly.

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American Roll Form's New Custom Sign Featured in "Sign Builder Illustrated"

by Phil Misch on Feb 6, 2013 8:50:00 AM

Have you been to our Callendar Blvd headquarters recently? If not, you've missed out on seeing one of the best new business signs in the country according to Sign Builder Illustrated.

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"We Should Have Called ARF First"

by Phil Misch on Jan 7, 2013 6:29:00 AM

At American Roll Form, we are very proud of the clients that we’re fortunate enough to call partners. Here’s a quick story to highlight how valuable that partnership is throughout the design and manufacturing process:

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Happy Holidays & Shut-Down Reminder

by Phil Misch on Dec 20, 2012 5:30:00 AM

We at American Roll Form wish you and yours the happiest of holiday seasons and a new year filled with peace, hope, joy, and prosperity. We are sincerely looking forward to the promise of 2013 - stay tuned for some very exciting announcements from us just after 

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ARF’s Unique Prototyping Capabilities Reduce Tooling Costs and Lead Time

by Phil Misch on Dec 7, 2012 8:19:00 AM

As sections become more complex and the cost of tooling continues to escalate, it is more critical than ever for engineers to make sure the designs they come up with for a product work as expected prior to a major investment in tooling. Even designs created with the best computer programs, FEA’s, and computer models are not always right. With an investment of tens of thousands of dollars in tooling needed to make some of the sections, companies need to be certain all aspects of design, fit, form, and function work for that product.

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