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Bead Rollers for Forming Metal

When fabricating your own parts, you need them to be just as strong as the original, if not stronger. A bead roller is an excellent way to add this strength to sheet metal and to form the right design for various pieces. If you do a lot of restoration or repair work, Eastwood bead rollers will save you money compared to hunting down rare parts or hiring someone else to make them. The metal formers you see here can be used to create radiators, ducts, fuel lines, dashboards and many other OEM or custom parts.

Sheet Metal Strength

We know that people have different preferences and needs for metal working. That's why the Eastwood R&D team has developed several sheet metal bead roller options for various parts. Our manual bead rollers come in small and large sizes to mount on a workbench, vise or stand. For some extra power and more control over your creations, try an electric bead roller that comes with a stand and foot pedal control. There are also tube bead rollers for creating lines and cylinders. Each model can be used on steel, aluminum, stainless steel, copper and other common metals.

Parts & Accessories

Precision custom metal work is much easier when you have the right tools to get you started. We have many bead roller accessories to do more than what's possible with freehand methods. Metal forming dies will help you create deep channels, flanges and style lines in different sizes. With a bead roller fence, you'll have a guide for perfectly straight lines or offsets. Special kits will help you make steps, raised beads and other common automotive metal shapes.

Fabrication Done Right

With four decades and counting of DIY experience, Eastwood is trusted by all levels of automotive builders for quality products and service. We want everyone to be satisfied with our metal formers and will work out a solution if you're not. Start your search today or contact us for assistance.

What kind of fabricated metal does your project call for? Contact us today and we'll get you started. Consult our bead roller buyer's guide to determine which option is best for your shop.