Reference Number: 6779

Condition: New

"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:  BP-3360NC
Gauge Length:  23.62"
Return Speed:  2.36" / sec.
Maximum Pressure:  33 tons
Oil Capacity:  24 gal
Bending Capacity Max Length Max Thickness:  61" / .078"
Approach Speed:  3.14" / sec.
Back Gauge Motor:  1/2 hp
Bending Speed:  .275" / sec.
Main Motor:  3 hp
Distance Between Housings:  49.21"
Distance From Table To Ram:  9.84"
Power:  220V / 3-phase
Shipping Weight:  3,300 lbs.
Shipping Dimensions:  67" x 47.5" x 80.75"


Baileigh Industrial's BP-3360 NC hydraulic brake press has
a very heavy electro welded frame of soilid plate steel
making this a very rigid machine that runs so smoothly in
production.  To aid with rigidity the beam is stabalized by
3 axis bearings sliding on several extremely hardened
stabalization tracks and is further stabalized by a unique
parallel mechanism.  All of this attention to detail assures
high accuracy between both dies at any position of the

This precise sheet metal bender is a two axis NC machine
where positioning of the upper beam and back gauge can be 
fine tuned and whose position is via encoder controls.  The
top beam uses two precise hydraulic cylinders that are 
coupled to an encoder to measure their exact position.  The
position of the downward stroke is illuminated on the DRO
(digital readout).  This means you can accurately fine tune
a sheet metal bend and make it perfect every time.  The 
motorized back gauge rides on a solid ball screw trolley
mechanism and its position is being read by an encoder
whose displaying its whereabouts on a separate DRO.  Fine
tuning of both the beam and back gauge are by separate DRO.
Fine tuning of both the beam and back gauge are by sparate
hand wheels.  This means that this is an extremely accurate
hydraulic brake pressacross the entire width of the beam.
This machine can be run in three modes.  The first is the 
jog mode which is exclusively meant for set up.  The 
second is manual where the operator may wish to have more
control over the decent and return of the beam in production
The final is automatic which is for full production.