Lamination or rolling of metals is a process through which all metals must pass before being subjected to other sub-processes, such as machining or forming. In the rolling process, the metal is subjected to plastic deformation through cylinders (rollers), which exert a compression force to reduce its thickness and make it more uniform. There are two types of metal rolling, cold rolling and hot rolling; however, both types of rolling aim to enhance the mechanical properties of the metal, such as elongation, tensile strength, or elastic limit.