Rotary forming is an advanced manufacturing technique that creates a stronger and lighter wheel structure to improve vehicle performance capabilities. This procedure utilizes 3 hydraulic rollers with pressure and heat to stretch the barrel of the wheel to the desired specification. The pressure is applied to the inner part of the Rohana wheel while the spinning stretches and compresses the alloy, altering the characteristics of the alloy. This method of Rohana wheel making results in a dramatic reduction in weight while enhancing structural rigidity and durability.
The ROHANA Rotary Forged line has grown in popularity since the launch of the RF1 wheel in 2015. Last week, we unveiled the new Rohana RF2 wheels. The FlowForm RF1 and RF2 are created using a high-tech low-pressure cast flow-forming process providing a level of precision, strength and attention to detail expected of an ROHANA.
Every year, ROHANA Wheels brings out a huge team and a stable of incredible cars to The SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. 2014 marked the biggest SEMA event yet and the ROHANA exhibit did not disappoint.
New wheel launches are a big part of our display at SEMA, but the real stars of the show are the vehicles wearing them. Car builders are the people that make SEMA such an attraction and nobody does a better job at creating stunning works of automotive art than the Rohana wheels.
Roahan Wheels RF1
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