Roller forming machine
Machines for the pressure forming processes of longitudinal rolling or cross-rolling. In the case of longitudinal rolling, the material being rolled is moved through the rolling gap vertically in relation to the roller axes without being turned around its own axis. It exits as a billet from the counter-rotating rollers. Cross-rolling, also known as cross-wedge-rolling, is the forming of a rotationally symmetrical blank between two flat dies or round rollers moving in opposite directions. A distinction is made between round cross-rolling and flat-die cross-rolling.