Steel Bending: Do it right and boost your productivity

Available On-demand
60 Min
Webinar: Steel Bending - Do it right and boost your productivity

SSAB invites you to a webinar on bending. Bending is the most common form of steel processing. Proper tool calibration based on the properties of the steel has a significant impact on quality and productivity.

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Here are some questions that will be addressed during this 30-minute webinar:

  • What are the different types of bending?
  • What is air bending?
  • How much overbending is required when upgrading to a higher strength steel?
  • How does springback work?
  • What bending parameters can SSABs mobile app, BendCalc, generate? (New version of BendCalc recently released, containing even more SSAB steel grades).
  • What should I keep in mind when bending, and what are the best tips?

You are warmly welcome to a webinar where we delve into bending. Please feel free to share this invitation with colleagues you think might be interested!


Lars Troive

Senior Forming Specialist, SSAB Knowledge Service Center

Lars has been working for SSAB on steel sheet forming challenges for the last 15 years. Previously, Lars has done work as a research-leader within SSAB´s program for strategic steel studies. He has also served as an adjunct professor for industrial graduate programs connected to SSAB.


Martin Björling

Forming Specialist, SSAB Knowledge Service Center

Martin has 14 years of experience in forming at SSAB's Knowledge Service Center. He has primarily worked on practical material testing, research projects, method development, and customer support in forming, often providing support directly to customers worldwide.

Available now:

New and improved BendCalc mobile app

The first software to predict springback and punch depth! Based on the steel characteristics, die and tool symmetry, final bend shape and friction conditions, it gives you the result in seconds:

  • New version includes around 60 selectable SSAB steel grades, i.e. the most common hot- and cold rolled strip and plate products
  • Maximum force
  • Springback
  • Punch depth and corresponding bending angle to achieve aimed final bend angle
  • Minimum flange height