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September 5, 2013
6 ways to make large-sheet-bending easier
Bending a large sheet in a press brake is never a one-person job (see Figure 1 ). In some instances, it can be a three- or four-person job. For some bending departments, that might translate to “all hands on deck.”
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May 6, 2011
The big job of high-tonnage bending
The view of a 1,000-ton press brake from 100 feet way and that of a 100-ton press brake from 10 ft. away is somewhat similar. However, the jobs done on those press brakes differ greatly. Bending the big stuff is a much larger endeavor.... Read more...
May 28, 2009
Tooling up to bend hard
At past meetings involving the plate processing department at Peterson Corp., a heavy equipment manufacturer in Eugene, Ore., flange lengths have entered the conversation. So has grain direction of heavy parts coming off the plasma tables, as... Read more...
March 8, 2005
Anchor's a way down the road to improvement
Anchor Fabrication has a reputation for the ability to form long and awkward parts. A 1,200-ton, 52-ft. Pacific press brake in the Precision Division assists in reducing downtime and material handling costs because the parts no longer have... Read more...
September 25, 2003
Hydraulic presses make their mark
Just like hydraulics technology itself, the market for presses based on it is fluid and dynamic. And for the first time in a while, the tide may be turning in favor of its practitioners. As many manufacturers report prosperity and strong... Read more...