Standard HG-100A 100T Hydraulic Press with Press brake Tool:
A hydraulic garage press is a machine tool used for a variety of metalworking applications, including bending, shaping, punching, and pressing. It is powered by hydraulic cylinders and typically consists of a frame, a hydraulic system, a ram, and a press brake tool.
The frame of the hydraulic garage press is made of heavy-duty steel and designed to support the hydraulic system and the ram. The hydraulic system consists of a hydraulic pump, hoses, and cylinders that convert fluid pressure into mechanical force. The ram is a large piston that is driven by the hydraulic cylinders and used to apply pressure to the workpiece.
The press brake tool is an attachment used with the hydraulic garage press for bending and shaping sheet metal. It consists of a set of dies, including a punch and a die, which are used to create a bend in the workpiece. The punch is mounted on the ram of the hydraulic press and the die is mounted on the bed of the press.
To use the hydraulic garage press with press brake tool, the operator places the sheet metal between the punch and die and adjusts the distance between them to achieve the desired bend angle. The operator then activates the hydraulic system, which drives the ram down and applies pressure to the sheet metal. The force of the press brake tool bends the metal around the die, creating the desired angle.
Hydraulic garage presses with press brake tools are commonly used in automotive repair shops, metal fabrication shops, and other industrial applications where heavy-duty metalworking is required. They are highly versatile machines that can be used for a wide range of metalworking tasks and offer precise control over the amount of pressure applied to the workpiece.
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Using a hydraulic garage press with a press brake tool requires proper setup and operation to ensure safe and accurate bending of metal sheets.
Here are the basic steps to use a hydraulic garage press with a press brake tool:
Safety Precautions: Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as safety glasses, gloves, and earplugs. Also, make sure the machine is properly grounded.
Choose the Correct Dies: Select the appropriate punch and die for the desired bend angle and material thickness. Check the compatibility of the dies with the machine specifications.
Adjust the Dies: Install the dies onto the press brake tool and adjust the distance between them to accommodate the thickness of the workpiece.
Prepare the Workpiece: Clean the workpiece and mark the bending line for accuracy. The workpiece should be positioned between the punch and die, and it should not exceed the press's maximum capacity.
Operate the Machine: Turn on the machine and activate the hydraulic pump. The hydraulic system will drive the ram down, pressing the workpiece onto the die, and bending it to the desired angle. Hold the position for a few seconds to make sure the metal is completely formed.
Release the Pressure: Once the bending is complete, release the pressure and remove the workpiece from the machine.
Inspect the Result: Check the result of the bending to ensure it meets the desired specifications. Adjust the die or punch if necessary, and repeat the process for additional bends.
Shut Down the Machine: After completing the work, turn off the machine and clean the dies and workspace. Also, follow the manufacturer's instructions to properly store the machine.
It is essential to follow the manufacturer's instructions and recommended safety procedures when using a hydraulic garage press with a press brake tool. Improper use of the machine can result in serious injury or damage to the equipment.
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