At TMS, we take pride in offering a wide variety of metal-spinning techniques to best suit our customers’ unique needs. One such technique is manual spinning, which is also known as hand spinning. This technique involves the manual manipulation of the roller used to form the desired part. While it may seem similar to CNC spinning, there are some key differences to note. One of the most notable differences is the amount of force applied during the spinning process. While our state-of-the-art CNC equipment can produce an impressive 10,000 to 38,000 pounds of force, manual spinning relies on the skill and expertise of the operator to apply force manually. As a result, manual spinning is typically best suited for materials with lower strength properties and thinner part geometries. Rest assured that our highly experienced team will work with you to determine the best spinning technique for your specific project to ensure the highest quality results.