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Roll Forming

FAGOR ARRASATE, formerly named TACI, was founded in 1957. Since its early days, the company has manufactured roll forming machines for different applications.

Over the decades, FAGOR ARRASATE has constantly been at the forefront of technology applied to roll forming, in continual contact with customers and research and development centres.

In 1984, FAGOR ARRASATE installed its first CAD roll design unit, which it later perfected in many aspects. Today this unit enables total computerized analysis of the forming flower pattern and prior process simulation.

The company belongs to the MONDRAGON Corporation, which is further proof of its professionalism and business soundness. Today, FAGOR ARRASATE continues to be a world reference point in sheet metal roll forming, manufacturing hundreds of different products for its main customers.

FAGOR ARRASATE has a highly successful past in the strip roll forming sector, but its future is set to be even more exciting. FAGOR ARRASATE is at the forefront of various innovative developments, including variable roll forming. This type of roll forming machines allow complex variable sections to be manufactured, directly competing with drawing and folding processes and achieving high profit.

The control systems required for the demands arising from these new advancements have been developed, in the form of both hardware - with equipment perfectly adapted to its requirements - and software.

FAGOR ARRASATE continuously researches into methods that will increase productivity and reduce idle time and costs. The computer-based design machines are the most advanced on today’s market, not only improving design but also enabling extremely accurate prior process simulation, which means quicker and better processing.


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