End finishing for anti-roll bars

Geometric shapes in maximum precision

The anti-roll bar is one of the least known and most inconspicuous parts on the car, but it is of the utmost importance for comfort and safety. Every car has at least one of these components, the ends of which have complex geometric shapes.

Our end finishing machines enable the precise machining of anti-roll bars at high production speeds.

Our product range includes:

  • Bending machines (hot bending)
  • Hydraulic and servo-hydraulic presses
  • End finishing machines for hot forming of straight and bent anti-roll bars
  • Special lathes for end finishing
  • Fully automatic combination cells for bending with subsequent end finishing

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Sebastian Spies

Sebastian Spies


What is an anti-roll bar?

The anti-roll bar is a part in the chassis of an automobile. It is usually a steel torsion spring, a round steel with ends bent into a U-shape, which connects the wheels of an axle to each other and to the vehicle body. It reduces the roll angle created during cornering, thereby improving the cornering performance.

How do anti-roll bars work?

When a car drives through a left-hand bend, the centrifugal force pushes its body to the right – or to the left with right-hand bends. The wheels on the outside of the bend compress, while those on the inside of the bend rebound. This causes the vehicle to tilt. To prevent the vehicle from tipping over when driving fast, the anti-roll bar distributes the forces between the wheels so that they deflect and rebound as evenly as possible. The force acting on the wheel on the inside of the bend is diverted and transferred to its suspension. At the same time, the anti-roll bar pushes the outside wheel down, thus relieving its spring.

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