JMT offers both Mechanical and Hydraulic Plate Rolls designed by the industry’s leading engineers that understand the physics involved in transforming sheet metal into various cylindrical shaped geometries. JMT Plate Rolls come in 3 and 4 roll configurations, and are all constructed using the industry’s best steel frames that are reinforced by sturdy steel beams that minimize twisting and deformation of the plate as it’s being rolled.
In this video, JMT President Jared Peterson demonstrates how to adjust a perimeter safety cable on a JMT plate roll. Safety cables shut off a machine’s operation when they are tripped (if someone bumps into them or something falls on them). This video shows how to set […]
Don’t Get Flattened by the Wrong Plate Roll Six Questions that Can Help You Select the Right Equipment [Adapted from an article JMT was commissioned to write for the October 2013 issue of The Fabricator magazine.] Plate rolling is not like working a press brake, where […]
[Adapted from an article JMT wrote for the October 2013 issue of The Fabricator magazine.] Most metal fabricators will require a plate roll to work with many materials, which will affect the machine’s rolls in different ways. To accommodate this variety, most manufacturers’ rolls are machined with […]
Proper maintenance of your metal working machinery is the key to making your equipment last longer and perform consistently and efficiently. Every piece of manufacturing equipment requires routine maintenance in addition to any occasional repairs the machine may need. Whether you own a press brake, a lathe […]
Day 4 of FABTECH 2013 has just wrapped up, and the final day of the annual show was just as eventful for JMT as the previous three. While the main attraction was yet again the two JMT fiber lasers that were being demonstrated, customers gathered around JMT […]