Reference Number: 6781

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-6778NC
Gauge Length:  23.62"
Return Speed:  2.36" / sec.
Oil Capacity:  35 gal
Bending Capacity Max Length Max Thickness:  78.75" / .157"
Stroke Distance:  5.9"
Table Size (Width):  6.29"
Approach Speed:  3.14" / sec.
Back Gauge Motor:  1/2 hp
Bending Speed:  .275" / sec.
Main Motor:  7.5 hp
Max. Capacity:  67 tons
Distance Between Housings:  61"
Distance From Table To Ram:  11.81"
Power:  220V / 3-phase
Shipping Weight:  7,700 lbs.
Shipping Dimensions:  90.55"x61.02"x94.48"


Baileigh's BP-6778 NC hydraulic press brake is very rigidly
built for decades of production.  Its frame is electro
welded plate steel to ensure smooth motions of the upper
beam.  The upper beam has a 3 axis bearing design that rides
on a heavy duty and very hardened slide track. Unique to
Baileigh press brakes is a heavy duty forced synchronization
system that mechanically ensures left to right are parallel
with the bottom die, giving the operator unparalleled
accuracy across the entire width of the beam.  To further
ensure accuracy this two axis NC sheet metal bender has
encoder controls tied to separate DRO's (digital readouts)
for the positioning of the upper beam's downward stroke and
the positioning of the back gauge.  Both positions can be
finitely adjusted by separate hand wheels.  The upper
position or throat opening of the top beam can also be
easily adjusted in seconds.

The press brakes operator control pendant houses all key
operation functions like the DRO's for the two axis
positions of the upper beam and back gauge.  There is a
three position function switch that lets the operator set
the machine to jog, manual or automatic.  The operator would
use the jog mode for set-up or changeovers.  The manual mode
is used if the operator wants partial control of the
operation process during production runs.  The automatic
mode is when the operator wants high production of parts
being made. 

There several additional simple fine adjustments that is
handy to be able to make.  There is a timer adjustment that
can be made for the dwell of the upper beam in the downward
stroke.  The back gauges have metered adjustments that can
be made to the height of the back gauges.  The upper beams
throat opening can be adjusted as well to decrease the upper
stroke on the return.