Thread rolling differs from cutting or grinding in that the part to be threaded is pressed against a die. This is the threading method to choose when your goal is strength, hardness, and wear resistance. Thread-rolled or thread-formed threads are typically stronger than cut threads and thread rolling allows for quicker cycle times than single point threading.

Parts with rolled threads are used in virtually every industry including agricultural, automotive, aerospace, food and beverage, hydraulics, medical, oil, and more.