The Metal Flange: The Story Behind the Future of Plating

“There’s a lot of metal on this plate.

It’s been designed to be a very tough and durable metal.”

The metal flanges that wrap around the bottom of the car have been specifically designed for this purpose.

“We wanted the flanges to be flexible so they can flex under the vehicle, which means they can be welded onto the metal, and then welded back together again,” explains James Taylor, the vice president of design and engineering at Roush Enterprises.

The flanges were also designed to allow for some of the design’s key features, like the aluminum alloy coating that helps prevent rust.

“With a little bit of thought, we’ve found a way to really optimize the coating that makes it very, very strong,” Taylor says.

This is a photo of a prototype Rousheen Industries metal flang.

Roushen Industries has developed a new aluminum alloy for the metal flanged plate that is highly resistant to corrosion.

This plate was designed to last for years, and is now used on many vehicles.

“The aluminum is so strong that it’s very easy to weld it back together,” Taylor adds.

The aluminum alloy that is being used in the flange is also extremely durable, as the aluminum can be tested for over 1,000 hours of testing at temperatures up to 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit.

The result is a product that is both very robust and very easy on the eyes.

“It looks like it’s got a high-tech look, and I think it’s really well-made,” Taylor notes.

“I really like it because it’s a durable, corrosion-resistant product.”

The aluminum coating is also made from a special kind of polymer that allows the aluminum to be easily removed from the aluminum flange.

The plastic flange and metal flanging are just a few of the elements of the Roushes’ design that have made the metal-clad car so popular.

The car is also being used on Roushon’s next vehicle, a lightweight, high-performance, all-wheel-drive vehicle called the R.T.S. (Racing Tandem), which is slated to be ready to roll off the production line in just a couple of months.

“When I was working on the RTSS, I realized how important the design was,” Taylor explains.

“So I decided that I wanted to make it look good and I wanted it to be lightweight, and it was important that the car looked good, so I wanted the metal to look good, too.”

Rousha is using Roushende Industries’ aluminum alloy flange for its next RTSs.

ROUSH/Instagram James Taylor explains the ROUSHS metal flangs that are used in their next car.

“Because we’re using R.R.S., it has to be durable, because that’s why we’re able to weld the aluminum onto the aluminum, and also to weld a little piece of plastic onto it so it can be easily welded,” Taylor admits.

“You can easily weld that back together.”

“The metal flangers are designed to have a very high-quality finish,” Taylor continues.

“But we’re not using just any metal; we’re going to use a metal alloy.”

The new aluminum-clad aluminum R.A.

S, designed by Rousher Enterprises, is slated for production in just over two months.

The metal-flanged car is a huge step forward for Roushers.

It means that Roushientens’ aluminum-alloy cars will be built to last a lifetime, not just years.

R.B. Taylor has designed a high performance aluminum alloy car that will be used on the next R.E.

S (Rear-Ended Suspension System) and R.L. Taylor will design a lightweight all-new aluminum alloy vehicle.

Both R.

S and Roushing Enterprises are already producing the aluminum-flang cars, and Taylor is currently working with Roushoen to create a new, lightweight aluminum alloy.

The Roushai aluminum alloy is now being used to build the R,R.T., R.K. (Robot K-Cars) and M.

T (Multi-Traction Vehicles) vehicles.

Roulon Taylor is designing the R.,R.K., and R.,M.

T vehicles for the Roulhon Taylor Corporation.

“There are two things that make these vehicles really special,” Taylor recalls.

“One is the design.

The other is the technology.

The design is really something that has never been done before.

The technology is also something that hasn’t been done in the automotive industry, and we have something that is very advanced in the aluminum alloys that we’re doing.

We’re not doing anything with that technology yet, but we’re looking at that technology, and that technology is going to be really important to the future of the automotive and aerospace industries.” The