Max Weiss Company Is Your Steel Bending, Rolling & Forming Partner!

 

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Marathon County: Wide Flange Beam Bending

Bending and Rolling Wide Flange Beams With Precision and Control

People in Marathon County say “Control” is often the gap between success and failure.

 

Nowhere is this more obvious than in bending and rolling wide flange beams (or W-beams) in Marathon County.

 

Controlling distortion is everything. A minor miscalculation, or a moment’s slip, can generate ripples in the metal. The tighter the radius, the additional control required.

 

It’s not a small concern. Wide flange beam bending is integral to many types of structural non-residential construction in Marathon County: offices, stadiums, canopies, cylindrical tanks, OEM parts and many more.

 

Lose control, and you’re up against delays, frustration … and expense.

 

Measuring precisely, especially for tight tolerances, is beyond important. As metal comes out of the machine, the steel bender has to be ready to react – and know how. Unwelcome attributes can rapidly appear if the beam isn’t flat, square and true to radius. Control needs to be reasserted – and soon.

 

Where do you find the control required for successful W-beam bending serving businesses in Marathon County?

 

Max Weiss Company is your one-source solution for exact, on-time wide flange beam bending – the tighter the radius, the better. We have unrivaled experience bending 8” x 21# WF beams HW and EW, 8” x 58# WF beams HW and EW, 12” x 30# WF beams HW and EW, and 12” x 65# WF beams HW and EW.

 

Does your Marathon County project need larger sizes? No problem. Max Weiss Company bends 14” x 22# WF beams HW and EW, and 16” x 40# WF beams HW and EW, and 21” x 111# WF beams HW and EW, and 24” x 84# WF beams HW and EW.

 

Our knowledgeable professionals, using state-of-the-art equipment, will take on your most difficult wide flange beam bending and rolling needs.

 

See, the solution lies in incremental bending. Accurate tooling on the flange and web are absolutely necessary. While a slower process than rolling, incremental bending better controls distortion and deformation, and achieves much tighter radii.

 

Not all Marathon County metal bending companies do incremental bending, though … which means they might not have the control to provide what you need.

 

You’ll never hit this scenario with Max Weiss Company. Besides an ultra-accurate DAVI rolling machine for larger radius projects, Max Weiss has multiple pieces of proprietary equipment that can achieve amazingly tight bends.

 

We bend wide flange beams from 4 inches to 27 inches, both easy way and hard way.

 

We don’t just bend steel W-beams, either. If your project requires S beam, aluminum or stainless steel bending, our flexible, well-trained craftsman can satisfy your needs.

 

Contact Max Weiss Company for all your wide flange beam bending needs. We’ve got the people, equipment and – don’t forget – control to keep your Marathon County projects on track.

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