STANDARD SP2-250x3200 | 2 Axis Pressbrake with ESTUN Control - STANDARD Direct

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STANDARD SP2-250x3200 2 Axis Pressbrake with ESTUN Control

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Machines are built on order, delivery is 9~14 weeks
Shipped Worldwide- Prices include freight to your nearest sea port*

*Excludes Local Taxes, TC Apply on Delivery*

Description

Standard SP2-250x3200 2 Axis Press brake with ESTUN Control:

A 2 axis hydraulic press brake is a machine used to bend sheet metal. It consists of a bed or table on which the metal is placed, and a beam with a V-shaped punch at the top. The punch is controlled by two hydraulic cylinders, one on either side, which move it up and down. The bed also has two hydraulic cylinders, one on either side, which control the movement of the top and bottom of the bed. The operator controls the machine using a control panel, which allows them to set the position of the punch and the bed, as well as the amount of force applied to the metal. This machine can bend metal at a precise angle, and the angle is determined by the operator.

Machine Specifications
  • Nominal Pressure - 2500kN = 562,020 lbs-force
  • Bending Length - 3200mm = 125.98 inches
  • Distance Between Columns - 2450mm = 96.46 inches
  • Throat Depth - 400mm = 15.75 inches
  • Stroke of Ram - 250mm = 9.84 inches
  • Max. Open Height - 590mm = 23.23 inches
  • Main Motor - 18.5kW = 24.78 horsepower
  • Weight - 18,500kg = 40,785 lbs
  • Size - 3250x2000x3200mm = 128 x 78.74 x 125.98 inches
Features
  • Main Electrical Components - Schneider
  • Main Oil Seals - NOK
  • Standard with 2-Axis E21 NC Control
  • Frequency Drive
  • Back gauge with Ball Screw
  • Low Noise Gear Pump
  • Advanced Integrated Hydraulic System -Rexroth
  • Full Safety Guard
  • Foot Pedal with Emergency Stop
Delivery

Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a 2 Axis Hydraulic Press brake

Using a 2 axis hydraulic press brake typically involves the following steps:

  1. Set up the machine: Ensure that the machine is properly leveled and that all safety guards and devices are in place.

  2. Position the metal: Place the sheet metal on the bed of the press brake, aligning it with the V-shaped punch. Use the bed's hydraulic cylinders to adjust the position of the metal as needed.

  3. Set the angle: Use the control panel to set the desired angle for the bend. This will determine the position of the punch and the bed.

  4. Apply the force: Use the control panel to activate the press brake's hydraulic cylinders. This will cause the punch to move down and bend the metal to the desired angle.

  5. Check the bend: Inspect the bend to ensure that it is to the desired angle and that the metal is not damaged. Make any necessary adjustments to the angle or position of the metal before making the next bend.

  6. Repeat the process: Repeat steps 2-5 as needed to make additional bends.

It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and to be familiar with the machine's controls and safety features before operating the press brake. It is also recommended to wear the appropriate personal protective equipment and to keep the work area clean and clear of debris.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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