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Stud and track roll forming machine

The installation of drywall requires the use of the correct drywall tools. These tools are engineered to match standard stud sizes used in commercial building. The drywall machine, or rollformer, must continuously produce the same sizes regardless of the steel coil used.

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How much does cold-formed steel framing cost compared to wood framing?

Steel framing methods including stick building and panelization manufacturing. Each method uses a specific roll forming machine that allows for high efficiency when building steel homes or commercial buildings. Steel stud rollformers are used to form sheet metal in to standard stud sizes needed for the building and construction industry.

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Stud and Track Rollformers

There are two types of rollforming machines used to manufacture stud and track. The more common machine is the stud and track rollformer that is used to manufacture drywall studs. These machines produce studs and very high rates allowing you to produce at a lower per part cost.

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The “Samco Roll Forming” machine Studmaker is designed for quick change-overs, typically under 20 minutes, which in turn allows you to manufacture 24/7. This high speed capability and size change speed is another innovative design first introduced by Samco Machinery ltd.

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This is where the stud and track roll former such as the Samco Greenfield come in. These machines can manufacture virtually all of the sizes required for conventional steel stick framing. They can also integrate special features such as knurling or ‘stampings’ in to the web of the stud.

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  Interior Construction of Office Buildings  The most common wall manufacturing technique used in today’s modern office tower is that of steel stud and track.  Speed, cost and weight are the driving forces for this preferred building method.  Having the ability to cut quickly and join simply any interior... Read more