Bending metal using a V-Grooving machine allows it to be folded to a tight radius, or sharp corner. This enables folded metal to mimic solid bar material at around a tenth of the cost and also avoids wastage. V-Grooved profiles look just like solid bar material but are light in weight and easier to transport and install.
We can V-Groove and fold up to 4 metre lengths of material and thicknesses from 0.8mm to 6mm.
Depending on the thickness of the material and the type of fold required, the V-Groove machine cutting head will run a programmed number of times along the sheet material.
Architects aiming to achieve upmarket, high-specification interiors and finishes rather than specify solid materials can utilize V-Grooved folding. This method of creating solid-looking trims, architraves and skirting enables endless design options.
Using PVD stainless steel, the V-Grooving process is used to create colour-matched display fixtures, fascias, curtain-walling and cladding.
Where contractors are dealing with an existing specification for solid material this can be value-engineered to V-Grooved profiles with no loss of aesthetic. For boutique hotels and luxury retail brands these lightweight V-Grooved profiles are a cost-effective alternative.
For exterior cladding and curtain-walling V-Groove folds allow for seamless butting-up or can create decorative shadow gaps.
V-Grooving is also called score-folding, V-cutting and back-scoring.
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