I want to explain and to show the sheet metal corrugations which I want to source and prove that it is available for big construction industry projects. I am not just making this up. So that is why I am quoting a website. It is not that I am associated with the company. I am not selling their product. This is not spam. Honest. I came across the Rigidal company's website while looking for someone to supply me with sheet metal of small-size corrugations for light fabrication or craft work for projects I do myself from time to time. Rigidal seem to be a long established company with many projects for the construction industry to their credit. And that is where I come in because I am not short of imagination and design ideas. Getting them built is the harder thing! Have you seen the very wide range of sheet profiles they offer to bend the sheet metal to? Very impressive! I am interested in their W-4/10 for example at a thickness of 0.7mm stainless steel. http://www.rigidal.co.uk/rigidal_creative_profiles_sinusoidal.html Your images may only be up to 1200 pixels high. :roll: Their zig-zags are too big but using their terminology, a Z-4/8 at thickness of 1mm stainless steel would be interesting. http://www.rigidal.co.uk/rigidal_zigzag_sheets.html They have a wider range of profiles as well - http://www.rigidal.co.uk/rigidal_creative_profiles_trapezoidal.html http://www.rigidal.co.uk/rigidal_extra_profiled_sheets.html http://www.rigidal.co.uk/rigidal_profiled_corrugated.html I have asked rigidal sales people about other profiles as well but I don't seem to be their usual kind of customer and so getting a quote out of the company for a small and uncertain number of sheets of stainless steel of this or that profile, or a sample in stainless steel, is not easy. In fact they are not answering my emails now. What I would really like would be to walk down to B&Q or Homebase or other local store and see those profiled metal sheets stacked on the shelves so I could pick and choose the ones I want from time to time. Does anyone have any ideas about how I could get hold of such exciting materials for my projects? Sure I can keep emailing Rigidal but I get the feeling they have better things to do than answer my emails. If it was easy to corrugate or bend the machine at home I would. But it looks like expensive roll forming or bending machinery is necessary so I will have to let someone else make it and then buy the corrugated sheet.