Rolled Alloys adds to its processing capabilities

Rolled Alloys has expanded its processing capabilities at their new 66,000 square-foot service center in Cincinnati with the addition of a new Flow Mach 4 waterjet.
The waterjet compliments an already extensive selection of processing equipment.
The Flow is capable of cutting material up to 6” with tolerances of +/- .005”. A large 72” x 156” bed allows for processing of oversized material. The Rolled Alloys’ Cincinnati facility currently offers a coil line, laser, shear, timesaver, and Virtek.
These improvements continue the Rolled Alloys strategy of growth through personal service and quick delivery by providing more local options for their customers.
Rolled Alloys is already an innovator in the metals industry with their extensive processing capabilities, website and e-business platforms, alloy development and a highly trained sales and metallurgical staff ready to aid customers with their alloy requirements. Rolled Alloys’ clients are increasingly looking to them as a supplier of value, not just metal.
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