Reference Number: 6782

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-9078NC
Back Gauge Length:  23.62"
Return Speed:  2.36" / sec.
Motor:  10 hp
Oil Capacity:  45 gal
Throat Depth:  7.87"
Stroke Distance:  5.9"
Table Size (Width):  6.29"
Approach Speed:  3.14" / sec.
Back Gauge Motor:  1/2 hp
Bed Length:  78"
Bending Speed:  .236" / sec
Maximum Capacity:  90 tons
Distance Between Housings:  61"
Distance From Table To Ram:  11.81"
Power:  220V / 3-phase
Shipping Weight:  8,800 lbs.


The BP-9078 brake press is a two axis NC machine with
encoder positioning controls of the beam depth and back
gauge positions, both displayed through separate DRO
(digital read outs). Finite tuning of each axis is done by
hand wheel adjustments.  The motorized back gauge axis uses
a ball screw transmission for flawless travel movements. 
The back gauge also has a scaled adjustment for back gauge
height.  The beam is hydraulically driven down and raised up
(noting that accurate depth of bend of each cylinder is
controlled by mechanical stops inside the cylinder).  The
beam has a 3 axis bearing set up at each point that travels
on a heavy duty hardened track on each side of the press
brake.  To keep the machine true we use a unique parallel
mechanism that mechanically synchronizes both sides of the
machine so the motions are parallel throughout each stroke
of the machine.  This sheet metal bender also has an
automatic crowning compensation feature that alters any flex
in the machine when working at full capacity using the full
width of the machine.  All of these fine features insure a
uniform straight bend throughout the material being bent.
This hydraulic brake press has a movable operator pendant
that houses the main controls.  The DRO's show the positions
of the beam and back gauge that are illuminated in the
operator pendant.  There is a switch that allows for three
types of functions.  The first function is the jog mode that
is used by the operator during change over and set up. Then
there is a manual mode that allows the operator to control
the functions of the machine in a production mode.  Finally
there is the automatic mode where all the operator has to do
is start this process with one press of the foot pedal and
the machine does the rest.  There are scaled pressure
regulators for both the beam and the auto crowning
compensation feature. Standard on all Baileigh brake presses
is a six sensor safety curtain, one set of multi-vee
tooling, and front material rests.