Standard KH-1250 Hydraulic Shaping Machine:
A hydraulic metal shaping machine is a machine that is used to shape metal using hydraulic pressure. It typically consists of a hydraulic pump, a work table, and a set of dies or tools that are used to shape the metal. The machine works by using the hydraulic pump to apply high pressure to the metal, which forces it to flow into the desired shape as it is pressed against the dies. Hydraulic metal shaping machines can be used to create a wide variety of shapes and forms, and are often used in the automotive and aerospace industries to manufacture parts such as body panels, wing components, and structural supports.
Provided with a safety device against overload, making this machine easy to start and stop. Due to its characters of high rigidity, big cutting force, high precision of conversion, low oil temperature, less thermo-deformation and stable machining accuracy, it can also suit the needs of heavy-duty and continuous cutting.
Weight - 5000Kg = 11023.11 pounds
Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit
Set up the machine: This involves installing the appropriate dies or tools in the machine, as well as adjusting the work table and other settings to accommodate the workpiece.
Secure the workpiece: The workpiece should be firmly secured to the work table to prevent it from moving during the shaping process.
Select the appropriate pressure and flow rate: The pressure and flow rate of the hydraulic pump will need to be adjusted based on the thickness and type of metal being shaped, as well as the desired shape.
Position the die or tool: The die or tool should be positioned so that it will make contact with the workpiece in the desired location.
Activate the machine: The machine can then be activated by pressing a button or flipping a switch, which will cause the hydraulic pump to apply pressure to the workpiece.
Make any necessary adjustments: As the metal is shaped, the die or tool may need to be repositioned or the pressure and flow rate may need to be adjusted to achieve the desired shape.
Inspect the finished workpiece: Once the shaping process is complete, the finished workpiece should be inspected to ensure that it meets the required specifications.
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