By compressing a workpiece between two rollers, a cantilever pinch roll is a form of rolling mill used to reduce the thickness of a workpiece. It is situated in between the working roll and the backup roll and is positioned on a cantilevered arm. The arm may exert a significant force on the workpiece and is often hydraulically powered. The pinch roll receives the workpiece from the side, and as it moves through, the rollers squeeze it. To achieve the desired thickness, the rollers' force output can be adjusted. Cantilever pinch roll has a longer service life and easy usage.