ROOP Solutions - What It Takes To Keep You Competitive
Roop Automotives offers you longstanding experience in technical and complex manufacturing solutions including in steering column joints. As a leader in using state of the art practices and systems ROOP supports its customers in today's changing markets.
Machining Capabilities: Roop’s principal capability is Machining and assembly of Steering Sub Assemblies – Universal joints, eye shafts etc. We machine a great variety of materials, a list comprised of aluminum alloys, stainless alloys, copper alloys, 11 steel varieties Roop is equipped with machining facilities like
CNC Turning Centers
CNC Vertical machining Centers
CNC Gear Hobbing
General Purpose machine Like Milling, Broaching, drillings
SPMS like honing,Precision boring,Milling etc.
Roop is also equipped with MIG welding Facilities Tube Swaging Roop has support capabilities including FeatureCAM CAD and CAM design, sawing, vibratory finishing abrasive blasting, brazing and Arc welding Apart from Machining and assembly features we have capabilities to manufacture in house machines .
Steels we have machined:
1010, 1018, 1020, In general, 1018 cold drawn steel is the most commonly machined bar stock and has very good welding properties. There are some leaded steels such as 12L14 and 41L42 which though much easier to machine can have poor weld characteristics. Avoid them on welded assemblies. 4140 is a hardenable and tougher grade. 41L42 is its free machining version .
S S 300 series In general, the 300 series of stainless is non-magnetic except when extremely worked and is non-hardenable, 303 is easily machined but the least corrosion resistant of the 300’s. 304 and 316 are in ascending order of corrosion resistance. The “L” grades of 304 and 316 are recommended for welded applications because they are lower in carbon, and less subject to weld cracking. 321 and 347 are also very corrosion resistant and resist embrittlement when they are welded. They are relatively difficult to machine.