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United States | Chicago
Year of Make: 2000
United States | Chicago
Year of Make: 2000
United States | Cincinnati
33 TON FINN-POWER 21-STATION CNC TURRET PRESS #27461 New 1995, Serial No. 7.7-252041395, Model TP2520/IF2/MA EQUIPPED WITH: Siemens Sinumerik System-3 CNC Controls 21-Station Turret Auto Repositioning (2) Extra Portable Support Tables w/Roller Balls (1) 33" x 110" & (1) 66" x 110" Chip Conveyor CATALOGUE SPECIFICATIONS: Tonnage Capacity........................... 33 TON Table Working Surface w/Support Tables..... 225" x 126" Material Thickness, Maximum................ 5/16" Punch Diameter, Maximum.................... 3-1/2" Hit Rate On 1" Centers..................... 300 HPM Hit Rate Nibbling.......................... 600 HPM Turret Rotation............................ 20 RPM Tool Rotation, Auto Index.................. 40 RPM PRICE: F.O.B. OUR WAREHOUSE................ $12,500.00 ALL MACHINE/EQUIPMENT ARE SUBJECT TO PRIOR SELL
Year of Make: 2004
This Finn-Power E 5 Ui Turret Punching Machine was manufactured in Finland in 2004, and has worked for 39000 production hours ever since. This machine is equipped with a Siemens Control unit and operates on a 200 kN-strong punching force basis. It stands out through its up to 5000 mm repositioning option, and the impeccable condition it stands in, thanks to the excellent maintenance this machine has received. In the past, this equipment has worked mostly on up to 5 mm thick mild steel and 2.5 mm thick stainless steel.
Year of Make: 1987
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Year of Make: 1992
This Finn-Power TP 2520 IF2 Turret Punching Machine, manufactured in 1992, has a production history of approximately 35000 working hours. This closed punching machine is equipped with a Siemens Sinumerik 3N Control unit, and is able to work in an area of 2000 x 1000 mm without the need of repositioning.
Year of Make: 1990
Year of Make: 2008
Year of Make: 1997
This Finn-Power LP6 SB Turret Punching Machine was manufactured in 1997 and has a record of 41600 production hours ever since. Operated through a Siemens Sinumerik 840D with RS 232 and Ethernet Interface Control unit, the machine comes with brush tables as additional equipment. Technically wise, this unit stands out for its 20x turret, 4x multitool stations and 4x index station.
Year of Make: 1996
This Finn-Power TP 2525 is a Turret Punching Machine from 1996 and has a production record of 29274 working hours. This machine is operated through a Siemens Sinumerik System 3 Control unit, and stands out because of its 21x Turret, 6x Index stations and 1x Multitool station. As additional equipment this machine includes brush tables and security laser mirrors.
Year of Make: 1987
Year of Make: 2007
Switzerland | Niederhelfenschwil
Year of Make: 1989
The most important tools for sheet metal work are sheet metal brake and press brakes, shears, cutters and other machine tools that work in a similar way. Find the latest listings of sheet metal machines in metal working machinery auctions and the second-hand market right here! The most common forming processes for sheet metal work are cold forming processes and non-cutting separation processes. Forming sheet metal differs from massive forming processes because the thickness of the workpiece remains the same. One if the most important tools for sheet metal work plant are presses and other machine tools that work in a similar way. The pressure required for processing can either be created mechanically or hydraulically (like an eccentric press). Welding can also be done by special machinery. So for the vast overview of the second-hand market and auctions of metal sheet equipment please take a look!
Sheet metal working was already done in earlier times when the task of processing metal began. Evidence of this arose from tools that were found. The characteristic example is the anvil with a horn, which was used to process sheet metal and wires. Hammers are typically used to manually process sheet metal works. The transition to using sheet metal machines came about with the development of rolling mills in the 17th century, which were used for sheet metal equipment manufacturing. Presses are the key component of sheet metal machines. The newest developments of the 20th century are thermal and laser cutting machines, which are used to separate sheet metal.
TRUMPF TruBend Series 3000 Press Brake Specs
|TruBend 3100||TruBend 3066|
|Press force||1000 kN||660 kN|
|Bending length||3060 mm||2040 mm|
|Width between columns||3384 mm||2364 mm|
|Usable installation height||430* mm||430* mm|
|Rapid speed||200 mm/s||200 mm/s|
|Max. working speed||15 mm/s||15 mm/s|
|Control||T3500T Multi-Touch||T3500T Multi-Touch|
In addition to the single purpose sheet metal equipment like a guillotine (plate) shears, used to cut sheet metal, there are also universally applicable machine tools like presses. If equipped with the right punches, a press can undertake both forming and separating processes. The press brake is used to form sheet metal into equally long components. Round bending machines are used to produce pipes out of sheet metal. Similar tasks include profile bending machines for metal bands and profiles. The profile metal shear is used to separate these profiles and bands. Straightening machines prevent deformations in the sheet metal by using a targeted plastic mould. One of the most important processes for separating sheet metal is to use shears. Using this process does not result in cutting off formless pieces, which is what happens when using saws. Thermal cutting machines are used for particularly thick sheet metal or when the cut does not need to be of high quality (e.g. when cutting waste metal). Modern sheet metal processing centres are suitable for both sharing and laser cutting. To treat the surfaces of sheet metal, grinding machines and coating machines are used. Welding machines are used to merge metal sheets together using different types of process. A Metal cutter equipment could be used to cut smaller sheets of metal.
Sheet metal machinery is a category that covers a number of items of industrial equipment used in sheet metal forming. Processes used in sheet metal forming include bending, curling, punching, decambering, perforating, deep drawing, expanding, gas cutting, laser cutting, water jet cutting, welding, rollers, press brake forming, punching, roll forming, rolling, stamping, straightening and and other metal machines oprations. Naturally, there is a large amount and variety of equipment to be aware of when buying used sheet metal working machinery. The following covers the more common used sheetmetal equipment in the industry.
Sheet metal working involves a large number of industrial processes dealing with the various metals such as steel, tin, copper, aluminium, brass, titanium, nickel, gold, silver and platinum. Sheet metal equipment includes such machinery as sheet metal press brakes, straighteners and machines for cutting, profile bending and punching. One of the fundamental forms utilised in metalworking processes, sheetmetal is used in roofing, car bodies, transformers and numerous other applications. Due to this versatility, a widespread demand for used metalworking machinery that manufactured using sheet metal due to the high cost of new machinery, there is a steady demand for used sheetmetal equipment for sale. Such used metalworking equipment is generally built to last and be durable and reliable in very demanding industrial environments, so if you're looking for used sheet metal machinery you know you have an excellent chance of finding something that will give you many years of service. To get a comprehensive overview of the extremely wide range of sheet metal tools and equipment available in this field and to increase your chances of finding a real bargain it's a good idea to see what is available at sheet metal machinery auctions. Another popular and growing source of used machinery is the second-hand market. And with the use of the internet, this is a quick, easy and convenient way of finding and purchasing the used sheet metal equipment you need for your bushiness.
Important brands within the field of sheet metal equipment used for processing of sheet metal include ARBOGA, BOMBLED, EDEL, GASPARINI, HAEUSLER, HÄMMERLE, MESSER, PROMECAM, PULLMAX, SAFAN, SCHAEFER, TRUMPF and WMW.