Our CNC-controlled TRUMPF bending machines (TruBend 5170) enable bending lengths of up to 3230 mm and a pressing force of 1700 kN. The trained and experienced specialists work in 3-shift operation and enable short delivery times as well as an uncompromisingly high angular accuracy.
Bending lengths: up to 3230 mmPressure: 1700 kN
Bending is one of the chip-free sheet metal forming processes and is often referred to as edging or bending. Here, a metal sheet is formed by means of a press brake and by mechanical force. A press brake has an upper tool (punch), which is pressed into a lower tool (die). By lowering the punch, the intermediate sheet is bent into the desired shape. In order to make the bending process as efficient as possible, the sheet to be bent is placed against a stop. Bending processes can be simulated with the aid of the CNC control, so that the optimum immersion depths can be planned without trial bends. In addition to angles, radii can also be bent on a modern press brake.
At Mayer Laser- & Blechtechnik sheet metal forming takes place by means of modern CNC press brakes, which enable bending lengths of up to 3230 mm. Through our CNC controls, bending processes can be simulated and sample bends avoided. This saves material and time.
Bending still offers many advantages and is often superior to welding. In spite of modern welding processes, welds are still a weak point because the high heat causes the material to melt and the crystalline structure to be slightly changed. This not only damages the carrying capacity, but at the same time increases the susceptibility of the component to rust. In addition, welding processes usually lead to a much higher time and material requirements, welding components must be subjected to extensive X-ray checks.
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