Radius sheet metal refers to the minimum one can bend a sheet metal without causing damage to it and produce an angular shape of the sheet. It can be calculated by measuring the length of the interior curve that is created when making a bend and divided by two. The smaller the bend radius the more flexible the sheet is. When making the radius sheet metal parts it is important to choose the design that meets your needs. Different types of metals can be made into Radius sheets metal components through rolling and compressing the metal.
Factors to consider when making radius sheet metal
Just like making other components of sheet metals, when making Radius sheet metal components you should consider the following factors:
The material to be used and the size required. One should choose the metal that will suit their design the most taking into consideration the strength required for the part and application of the part.
You should choose appropriate professionals that will make the part geometry that you require and avoid any fractures or distortion to your material. It is also important to make sure that the bend radii is consistent throughout your metal sheet to avoid having to pay unnecessary extra charges.