Sheet Metal Bending

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Bending is one of the most important processes and can also be called edging, folding, braking, flanging or die bending. A press brake has an upper and a lower tool.

Maschine Max. Length Max. Thickness Press Capacity
Variopress 1250-80 16.000 mm 25 mm 2.500 tons
Variopress 600-80 8.000 mm 12 mm 600 tons
Variopress 300-60 6.000 mm 5 mm 300 tons
Variopress 225-35 3.500 mm 6 mm 225 tons
TruBend 7036 1.020 mm 5 mm 36 tons

Bending of Small Parts

This year we have put a new machine into operation with which we are further expanding our possibilities for bending.

With a maximum bending length of 1,020 mm, the TruBend 7036 is the smallest press for bending sheet metal, but it offers numerous advantages from which you can benefit.

Technical details at a glance:

  • Bending length of 1,020 mm
  • Press force: 36 tons
  • 6-axis backgauge system for asymmetrical workpieces
  • Self-centering upper tool holders
  • Graphical workshop programming

This machine offers the perfect combination of speed and accuracy. Automatic tool clamps reduce set-up times to a minimum. This machine is particularly economical for small workpieces. To improve quality, a laser projects the bending line directly onto the workpiece.

How sheet metal bending works

During the bending process the top tool, also called a punch, is pressed into the bottom tool (die) in a controlled way. The metal sheet is placed between the two tools and is bent into the required shape by lowering the punch.

The advantage of professional press brakes is that both angles and radii can be bent. This is done by simply changing the bending punch. The punch has the precise shape required for the metal sheet. The sheet can be bent by differing amounts depending on the lowering depth. The material to be bent is positioned against a stop (back gauge) to make the bending process as efficient as possible.

The setting of all our machines are made by CNC (computerised numerical control). This also enables simulation of the planned bending operation. In this way the insertion depth (stroke depth) can be planned optimally without having to carry out trial bending.

Bending radii and bending radius

We have four press brakes with dimensions 3,500 mm, 6,000 mm 8,000 mm and 16,000 mm. On these press brakes we can use radius dies to bend high-precision inside radii. Radius stamps have to be used if extremely resistant steels, for example HARDOX, are to be bent. These materials are very hard, but tend to tear if the inside radii are too small.

With our radius dies and stamps we ensure that materials are bent optimally according to their specific properties, without losing their stability.
Before a radius can be bent in metal sheets or plates, the minimum bending radius must be known. Minimum bending radii depend on the types of material and sheet thicknesses. Predefined radii are required for many applications. Regardless of whether they are required for visual or design reasons.
With our radius tools (punches and dies) we can produce inside radii with 0.5 mm accuracy. We achieve larger radii through multiple bending or segment bending.

Why Us?

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