Currently, most decorative metal profiles are made of flat sheet metal with multistand profile bending machines. Profile manufacturing from a checkered sheet improves decorative properties of such a profile. In this work the process of manufacturing such a sheet was simulated and a decorative checkered profile was obtained.

To get such a pattern, a stamp and a roller were designed and modelled, and the process of metal extrusion relative to the front surface of the profile was carried out.

According to the results of the simulation, a test batch of profiles with a checkered wood imitation pattern was manufactured.

During practical tests, attention was focused on the quality of the resulting pattern and its repeatability, as well as on the absence of damage to the coating on the front surface.