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The roll forming line for production of Cascade metal roofing tiles and 25 mm corrugated sheet was equipped with hydraulic guillotine shears (instead of electromechanical shears, which had been used until recently). The design of the roll forming line became simpler, which led to the reduction of the price. The usage of guillotine shears made it possible to increase the cutting speed.

The siding was called so because of its resemblance to wooden lining boards. The metal siding is absolutely indistinquishable from wooden sheathing. The depth of the profile is 15 mm. The roll forming line for production of "Lining board" consists of a driven decoiler, a roll forming mill, and nibble shears. The length of the roll forming line is about 6 m.

Hydraulic guillotine W=2500 mm T=3 mm
We started manufacturing guillotine shears with hydraulic drive used for metal 3 mm thick. The width of the blank is 2500 mm. Overall dimensions of the guillotine shears: 900õ1940õ3140 mm. The shears could be used with our hydraulic bending machine. Having the two machines (the shears and the bender) you will be able to manufacture any metal profiles with the metal thickness of up to 3 mm.

Modernization of the die used for production of metal roofing tiles
We designed a new die which will be used in the roll forming line for production of Mini-Cascade metal tiles and 10 mm corrugated sheet. The dimensions of the die were almost twice reduced (1960õ500õ700 mm).

Cascade metal tiles produced from 21 mm corrugated sheet
We designed and started manufacture of the roll forming line for production of two types of corrugation: 21 mm corrugated sheet and an analogue of Cascade metal tiles. 21 mm corrugated sheet, which can be used for roofing and walling, has the following specifications: 21/1110/1160 mm (21 mm - the depth of the profile, 1110 mm - usable width, 1160 mm - oveall width).

Roll forming line for production of 9 mm corrugated sheet and metal roofing tiles
We designed the roll forming line for production of 9 mm corrugated sheet. The corrugation has 9 ridges (78 mm). Overall width - 1200 mm, usable width - 1160 mm. The depth of the metal roofing tiles is 8 mm.

Roll forming line for production of Banga metal tiles
We designed and started manufacture of the roll forming machine for production of Banga metal tiles. The depth of the tiles is 44 mm. The corrugation has 5 ridges with the radius of 70 mm. Overall width: 1132 mm. Usable width: 1000 mm.
A special mechanism makes it possible to change the pitch with the help of the Siemens automated control system. The overall length of the roll forming line (including the die and the guillotine shears) is about 17 m. When the die is turned off, the roll forming line produces corrugated metal sheeting with the same specifications.

Roll forming line for production of Monterrey Deluxe metal roofing tiles
We started manufacture of the roll forming machine for production of analogous Monterrey Deluxe metal tiles. The corrugation has the following specifications: 7 ridges with the radius of 38 mm, overall width - 1170 mm, usable width - 1100 mm, depth of the metal tiles - 24 mm.

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1) Legally, if you attach it to your house, it requires a permit. If you build it without a permit and get caught, you'll end up paying twice the permit fees.
2) 12 feet span for you rafters is to much. Under it's own weight, the 2X6's will sag and it will look bad in a year or so. I would go with 2 X 8's and crown each rafter with the crown up.
3) Don't install your 4 x 4 posts directly in the ground like 'fence posts'. It's not legal for one thing and will rot out. You can Use pressure treated posts that are structurally rated, (not all pressure treated lumber is)and use posts base set in concrete

Build it if time permit

For a high quality shed, you need to build it. It cost less than buying a one for the same quality.
Use treated lumber when possible, but only if the nails can handle them. I did that for floor and siding, but not roof sheeting.
For the floor, I would recommend to pour concrete. It's cheaper and last much longer. This is especially you have animals, which you can wash the concrete without issue. You can dig it out, pour gravel and stamp them. Then make a form on top, put mesh metal, and call a company to pour concrete for you.
Build a larger shed. 10x10 is very small

Taylor Pneumatic Taylor Pneumatic: Scissor Shear: RPM: 2500. Air Pressure: 90 PSI Max. Rear Exhaust
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  • RPM: 2500. Length: 12-1/2 . Weight: 3 lbs. Air Pressure: 90 PSI Max. Rear Exhaust.
  • Lightweight aluminum housing. Leaves a clean edge. Light and powerful. Powerful.
  • Cuts hard to cut steel siding. Also flexible plastic, rubber and wire mesh.

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