B15-8 CNC Profile Bending Machine working principle Table of Contents B15-8 CNC Profile Bending Machine working principleThe model of B15-8 CNC Profile Bending Machine is… Read More »B15-8 CNC Aluminum Profile Bending Machine
The B-13-3 CNC profile bending machine is suitable for processing different cross-section profiles. The B-13-3 CNC profile bending machine has 3 sets of rollers and photoelectric positioning;
B-10-5 CNC profile bending machine is a metal profile cold bending machine, with 5 sets of rollers, of which 4 sets of rollers are feeding rollers, and 1 set of rollers is feed rollers, all driven by servo motors
In the video, we conducted angle iron bending tests according to customer requirements.
Angle iron is one of the more relaxed capabilities in the bending capacity of the profile bending machine, and it is also more widely used. At this time, we can also call it an angle bending machine.
As you can see from the video, this is a small factory. The workers are already too old.
From the control button, you can know whether the controller of the profile bending machine is the old model in the BIT series machine (the new model uses the joystick design).
Here, we refer to the maintenance regulations of hydraulic bending machines and put forward some suggestions for the daily maintenance of profile bending machines.
Profile bending machine can bend a large variety of materials including but not limited to, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Inconel, Chrome Moly, Copper Nickel, Carbon Steel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel tubes.
BIT pipe & tube bending machine (section bender) is capable of bending a range of outer diameters in sizes from Φ76×4 up to Φ510×20 and everything in between to serve production volumes of any size.
Summary Table of Contents SummaryPrincipleHo to bending:Types of Cold Bending and Custom Metal Bending Products: Cold bending is the most successful method of bending steel… Read More »Not cold knowledge! It is the advantage and use of cold bending.
Section modulus is a measure of the shape of the crosstie and is calculated by dividing the MOI by the greatest distance of the section from the neutral axis, calculated from dimensions and rectangular cross-section.