Cut-to-Length – 96″

Kloeckner Metals is proud to carry extra wide cut-to-length 96″ lines for all of our customers’ flat sheet needs.

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Services Provided by the Cut-to-Length – 96″

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a cut-to-length line?


    A cut-to-length line is a type of industrial machinery used for cutting metal sheets or coils into specific lengths. The process typically involves unwinding a coil of metal material and passing it through a straightening and leveling process to remove any bends or distortions. Then, the material is measured and cut to the desired length by a shearing mechanism.

    Cut-to-length lines are commonly used in industries that work with sheet or coil metal, such as automotive manufacturing, construction, and metal fabrication. They can be designed to handle a variety of materials, including steel and aluminum, and can be customized to meet specific production requirements.

  • What is a cut to length 96" line?


    A cut-to-length 96″ line refers to a specific type of cut-to-length line that is designed to process metal sheets or coils with a maximum width of 96 inches (8 feet). This means that the machine is capable of cutting the material into smaller pieces that are up to 96 inches in length, with high precision and accuracy.

  • What industries rely on cut-to-length lines?


    Cut-to-length lines are widely used in industries that work with metal sheets or coils, as they provide a fast and efficient way to cut large volumes of material into specific lengths. Here are some examples of industries that rely on cut-to-length lines:

    1. Metal building: the metal building industry requires steel coils cut into flat sheets of specific lengths for roofing and siding
    2. Aerospace: the aerospace industry also uses cut-to-length lines to process aluminum coils into flat sheets
    3. Transportation: the transportation industry makes wide use of cut-to-length flat sheets
    4. Automotive manufacturing: Cut-to-length lines are used in the automotive industry to produce metal parts and components, such as body panels, frames, and suspension parts.
    5. Construction: The construction industry uses cut-to-length lines to cut metal sheets and coils into specific sizes and shapes for use in several building components.

    Overall, any industry that works with metal sheets or coils can benefit from the use of cut-to-length lines. These machines provide a fast and efficient way to cut large volumes of material into specific lengths, which can save time and reduce waste.

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