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  • The Curved Member Design Guide is an excellent resource that provides design guidance and practical information on the fabrication and detailing of curved members as well as behavior during the bending operation. It also provides design methodology for vertically and horizontally curved members.
  • Kottler Metal Products is excited to be one of the first companies in the world to employ the innovate new Davi iRoll Camera. This state of the art digital imaging tool is at the forefront of new bending technology innovation.
  • Kottler Metal Products is proud of its contributions to the Painsville Township Park 200' pier, completed as part of the Lake Metroparks shoreline renovation project. This project offers stunning sunset views of Lake Erie, handicap accessible access for recreation, and provides access to an excellent fishery habitat. The project is a great way to feature Kottler Metal's rolled and formed steel bends.
  • Kottler Metal Products, Inc. is being inducted into the "100 Year Club" by the Western Reserve Historical Society. The 100 Year Club recognizes local businesses that have past the centennial mark and exhibit the qualities of integrity, stewardship, connectivity, and innovation.
  • Kottler Metal Products is excited to have its round pipe and rectangular tube compound bends featured in the "Spirit" artwork display, a new art feature outside of the University of Oklahoma Children's Hospital. The display consists of twelve illuminated kites and three bronze sculptures of children at play. The artist, Matthew Placzek, calls his piece "a playful scene entering the hospital meant to offer enjoyment to the young children."
  • Kottler Metal Products is proud to have our bends prominently featured at transit stations across southern California as part of The Blue Line Trolley Stations Project. Kottler Metal's contribution to the $57.9 million project includes rectangular hard-way tube bends forming the supports for the canopies at over 44 trolley shelters.
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  • Kottler Metal Products is excited to announce an expansion in our plate rolling department and an increase in our rolling capacity with the purchase of our brand new Parmigiani VBH 460 CNC 4-roll plate bending machine. This new machine will allow us to form 1 ½” plates up to 12’ wide. Equipped with the most advanced CAD software and CNC controls, this machine represents the pinnacle of plate bending technology in the world.
  • Kottler Metals Products is honored to receive a national award of excellence for its contribution of structural bends to the Robert B. Aikens Commons at the University of Michigan Law School, winner of the 2012 IDEAS2 Awards Program. The IDEAS2 Award winner is determined by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) for a project that is recognized as using structural steel in an innovative manner. The AISC is a not-for-profit technical institute and trade association for the use of structural steel in the construction industry. The AISC supplies specifications, codes, technical assistance, quality certification, and standardization. Kottler Metal Products is an active member of the AISC’s Bender-Roller Committee.
  • The Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland completed the dedication of "Flowers on the Plaza," a new sign and public art display on the corner of Euclid Avenue and East 105th Street in Cleveland Ohio. This colorful installation was designed by local artist Hector Vega, and was funded through a generous gift from Mort and Iris November, in honor of their daughter, Debra Ann. Kottler Metal Products is proud to have donated to this project with the thirty colorful tulip stems that now enrich to main entrance to the Ronald McDonald House.
  • Stainless steel elliptical bends provided by Kottler Metal Products, Inc. are the central attraction of the new Scioto Mile splash park in Columbus Ohio. The fountain project, covering 15,000 square feet, constains 1, 079 ground level spray nozzles topped by five stainless-steel halo structures with 1,000 additional nozzles to produce mist from above.
  • Although it’s unclear whether the Victory Arch at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds was constructed due to the victory of World War I or because the site was the last-standing local site vying for the fair location, the Victory Arch has greeted people to the County Fair for over eighty years. This beautiful piece of “old world” craftsmanship has become a part of history for the Berea site, and residents have taken it upon themselves to restore the arch to its original beauty. Kottler Metal Products is proud to support our community with the donation of the materials and labor to recreate the main arch structure.
  • Kottler Metal Products is proud to honor the memory of Nicole “Nikki” Lynn Deniker, who at the age of seven, lost a long and courageous battle with pediatric cancer. Kottler Metal Products has donated the labor and material to help form a beautiful sign that marks the entrance to “Nikki’s World,” a playground and park dedicated to Nikki’s memory.