Cold rolled steel plates are known for its outstanding properties which include easy formability, smooth and clean surface, and application in automobiles, furniture, appliances, and other commercial and industrial applications. Cold rolling essentially is steel that is pressed with a pressurized roller at room temperature. Cold rolled steel commonly has an increase in strength, nearly 20%, compared to hot rolled steel through its use of strain hardening. This process includes breakdowns, semi-finishing- sizing, semi-roughing, roughing, and the resulting finishing that helps form cold rolled steel shapes. Because of the complexity and precision offered by cold rolled steel, these are typically used for more precise smaller parts, and for parts that require extra durability.