Metal Bending and Forming

Metal Bending and Forming


Metal bending and forming involves using a specialized machine to make bends in the metal as needed to create the shape you’re looking for. This method is used to create custom shapes for a variety of industries.

In metal bending and forming, having the skills and equipment to create an accurate bend over and over again is of primary importance. If the bend is not accurate, the part is likely to fail or may not work with existing parts.

When you’re searching for a more affordable way to achieve two- and three-dimensional shapes, CNC or press brake metal bending is the most effective way to get the job done. At Fairlawn Tool, Inc., we offer metal bending services for customers on the East Coast and beyond.

We work across a broad range of industries, and specialize in high-volume projects that need to be completed on tight turnaround schedules. We focus on each customer’s unique needs and how we can best meet them, no matter the industry or customization needed.

Because we are a single source solution with all team members, tools and resources in-house, we are able to achieve completion times and affordable prices you won’t find anywhere else. When you need cnc or press brake metal bending and you need it done right, trust Fairlawn Tool, Inc.


What is press brake metal bending? Press brake sheet metal bending refers to the type of machine you use to bend your metal, in this case, a press brake. The press brake allows you to bend metal into custom forms with a high degree of accuracy, which makes it an extremely popular machine for applications where a high degree of precision is necessary.

The right press brake also allows you to bend large pieces of metal or multiple smaller pieces in a shorter amount of time, increasing speed and allowing for increased production cycles.

Many manufacturing companies depend on sheet metal forming when working with aluminum, stainless and carbon steel. What makes this approach so attractive compared to alternatives? Here are just a few of the benefits of press brake sheet metal bending:

  • Easy to implement in both low- and high-volume runs
  • Minimization of tooling needs
  • Quality in forming smaller components
  • Effectiveness with ductile materials
  • Special punches and dies, including V and U shapes

Our team of experienced, knowledgeable tradesmen focus on quality above all else. When you select Fairlawn Tool, Inc. as your metal bending company, you can trust that we’ll get the job done as quickly and affordably as possible without sacrificing standards of quality.


At Fairlawn Tool Inc., we are experts in press brake and CNC metal bending. Our quality metal bending services are well known all along the East Coast for speed, accuracy and the value we provide when creating metal parts for your business. In our 100,000-square foot facility in Pennsylvania, we have a huge variety of high-quality metal fabrication equipment, from CNC bending machines to tube benders, turret punchers and dies of all kinds.

We also know that these machines mean nothing without highly-skilled operators to make them work, which is why we make sure to load our staff with certified and experienced technicians who know metal fabrication equipment like the back of their hand. The combined skill and equipment under one roof makes us your best choice and one-stop shop for all your metal fabrication needs.


Our services reach far beyond just sheet metal bending. At Fairlawn Tool, Inc., we can serve as your go-to contract manufacturer. We are proud to offer industry-leading turnaround times and competitive pricing, a result of our in-house tools and resources.

We can also quickly get up to speed on your metal bending and other needs thanks to our level of knowledge and experience. Get in touch with Fairlawn Tool, Inc. for metal bending and a variety of other contract manufacturing services. We’ll be happy to speak with you about why we are the right choice for your metal bending company and how we can best put our metal fabrication tools and technicians to work for you.

To learn more, schedule a project or get a free, no-obligation quote on our metal bending and forming services, please contact us today.