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Sheet Metal Forming

Sheet Metal Forming Services

For nearly five decades, the dedicated team at Stanron Steel Specialties has been an industry leader in the field of sheet metal fabrication and forming (bending). We also provide tailor fit, assembly services that are designed to help our customers fulfill their project obligations to their clients. 

We have had the privilege of working with a variety of different industries during our years in business, including communication, aerospace, healthcare and computer/technology. From our convenient location in Ft. Lauderdale Florida, we can serve the needs of our customers here in the United States, as well as across the globe. 

Whether your sheet metal forming projects are small, large, basic or complicated, our highly experienced team at Stanron Steel Specialties has the ability to provide the highest level of quality workmanship and outstanding results. We have always believed that our success is solely based on the level of value that we provide to our customers on a daily basis.           

Press Brake Sheet Metal Forming Process

Everyone at Stanron Steel Specialties is proud of the high quality products we have produced during our 40+ years in business. Sheet metal forming or bending plays a critical role in the fabrication of parts for many different applications. The process involves the exertion of a tremendous amount of force onto a piece of sheet metal, which causes it to conform to a desired shape. We specialize in both standard and complex shapes.    


In most cases, when sheet metal is stretched, it does not increase the thickness of the piece. In addition to changing the shape of the sheet in the forming process, bending can also be utilized to give additional strength and stiffness to metal. This process involves sheet metal being put in position over a die block, which presses the piece into a desired shape. The pressure put on the sheet metal in order to bend it has to be strong enough to overcome both its tensile and compressive stresses. In most cases, sheet metal tends to spring back to its original shape after bending, so fabrication professionals will usually over bend pieces, so when retraction occurs, the metal will still retain its intended shape.      
There are three types of bending methods that can be performed on a press brake.

  • Air Bending 
  • Bottoming
  • Coining  

Regardless of the type of sheet metal bending your project requires, the experts at Stanron Steel Specialties can be your one stop solution partner. 


Sheet Metal Bending Operation In Ft. Lauderdale Florida   


The professionals at Stanron Steel Specialties have over four decades of industry knowledge and extensive experience in the field of sheet metal forming and bending. We are uniquely qualified to handle all of your metal shaping needs. Over the years, we have invested heavily in the latest presses, dies and punches that are needed to accommodate a wide variety of sheet metal bending projects. Whether your sheet metal forming requirements are simple or complex, you can count on our commitment to precision craftsmanship and top quality outcomes.  


Our family run business believes that our success has always been based on our ability to get to know the exact needs of our customers, in order to develop custom fit solutions for each one. We take great pride in offering the finest, top quality sheet metal parts that the industry has to offer. The Stanron Steel Specialties team believes that after 5 decades in the business, we have earned the trust of our customers with the precision parts that we produce every day. You can count on our highly experienced professionals to complete your project on time and with superior quality. Contact us today to learn more about why we have been the go to source for sheet metal forming since 1972. 

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