16 Ga. x 120", ROTO-DIE HYDRAULIC BENDER, MFG 2001, MODEL#10, USED



Reference Number: 10636

Condition: Used


"If you need a machine and don't buy it, then you will ultimately find you have paid for it but don't have it."   Henry Ford

Full Product Description

Model:  10  

MFG DATE: 2001

Bending Capacity:  7/8" 
Die Opening:  120" X 16 Gauge
  With Angle Insert:  72" X 10 Gauge
Length of Stroke:  3"
Strokes Per Minute:  20 to 50
Die Clearance:  2-1/8"
Die Space:  7-1/2"
Motor:  7.5 HP, 230/460 Volt, currently 230 Volt.
Overall Dimensions:  12'1" Long  
   22" Front to Back
   5'4" High
Bed And Ram Plates:  2-1/4" Thick
   25" Depth - Ram
   25" Depth - Bed
   123" Depth - Length
Front & Rear Support Arm Range:  39"
Approx. Shipping Weight:  5700 lbs.

EQUIPPED WITH: 
Lower Roto-Die (with 4 forming operations)
Upper 10' Long Punch
No. 50 Sheet Support Arms 
Has Front operated Backgauge!!


FEATURES:
** VERSATILITY ** The Roto-Die is four precision forming
tools in one. By merely shifting the selection lever, one
operator can perform all basic sheet-metal forming
operations. No die to change. The Roto-Die hydraulic bender
forms full-length ducts, gravel stops, standing lock seams,
flashing and hemming operations -accurately and
economically. The compactness inherent in the cylindrical
die design  permits acute reverse bends not possible with
conventional wide-bed machines. The Roto-Die indexes quickly
and accurately to all forming stations.  Automatic detention
assures positive die alignment. Centerline machined upper
dies are instantly inter- changeable in all Roto-Die
openings without special stops or adjustments. A Roto-Die
hydraulic bender is as simple to operate as a hand break -
but has infinitely more production capacity.  

** EARNS YOU MORE MONEY **  
Most sheet-metal configurations can be formed with one hand
by one operator.  The ram may be jogged, stopped or returned
to "up" position at any point of the stroke. It may also be
inched for accurate positioning of the work, reducing
material loss and gauge-adjustment time.  Disappearing pins
are conveniently located for fast, one-man positioning in
cross-breaking (paneling) and rectangular duct forming. Pin
gauges are easily removed and relocated.