1000E Electromagnetic Sheet Metal Folding Machine 1000mm x 1.6mm Capacity

Folding length 1000 mm Maximum thickness 1.6 mm Motor power 240 kw/V Dimensions (l x w x h) 1270 mm x 410 mm x 360 mm Weight (nt) 130 kg

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Superior clamping force along with unquestionable build quality leaves. Bends all types of sheet metal, aluminium, copper, stainless steel and much greater versatility than conventional sheetmetal benders. Typical industries: Roofing, Aircraft, General Sheet Metal Fabrication .


Electromagnetic sheetmetal folding machines To suit: roofing, aircraft, general sheet metal fabrication and training colleges Electromagnetic clamping Manual fold Suitable for all sheetmetal, aluminium, copper and stainless folding Perfect for deep forming of channels, closed sections and all those hard to do folds Foot pedal control on MB1250E ~ MB3200E only All models supplied with short bar clamp and slotted clamp bar sets


Calibrated back stop Full length bar, segmented & thin bar Storage tray Operation manual – video available

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1000mm x 1.6mm bending capacity Superior 4.5 Ton clamping force Shipping dimensions – 1190mm x 300mm x 350mm = 0.123m2 How it Works The fundamental principle of the Magnabend™ machine is that it uses electromagnetic, rather than mechanical clamping. The machine is basically a long electromagnet with a steel clamp-bar located above it. In operation, a sheet metal work-piece is clamped between the two by a force of many tonnes. A bend is formed by rotating the bending beam which is mounted on special hinges at the front of the machine. This bends the work-piece around the front edge of the clamp-bar. Using the machine is simplicity itself; slip the sheet metal work-piece in under the clamp-bar, press the start-button to initiate clamping, pull the handle to form the bend to the desired angle, and then return the handle to automatically release the clamping force. The folded work-piece may now be removed or re-positioned ready for another bend. If a large lift is required e.g. to allow the insertion of a previously bent work-piece, the clamp-bar may be manually lifted to any required height. Conveniently located adjusters at each end of the clamp-bar allow easy adjustment of the bend radius produced in work-pieces of various thicknesses. If the rated capacity of the Magnabend™ is exceeded then the clamp-bar simply releases, thus minimising the possibility of damage to the machine. A graduated scale continuously indicates the bend angle. Magnetic clamping means that bending loads are taken right at the point where they are generated; forces do not have to be transferred to support structures at the ends of the machine. This in turn means that the clamping member does not need any structural bulk and hence can be made much more compact and less hindering. (The thickness of the clamp-bar is determined only by its requirement to carry sufficient magnetic flux and not by structural considerations at all.)

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