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Hydraulic Press Brake
A press brake is a machine tool for bending sheet metal. It forms predetermined bends by clamping the workpiece between a matching punch and die.
Typically, two C-frames form the sides of the press brake, connected to a table at the bottom and on a moveable beam at the top. The bottom tool is mounted on the table with the top tool mounted on the upper beam. A brake can be described by basic parameters, such as the force or tonnage and the working length. Additional parameters include the amplitude or stroke, the distance between the frame uprights or side housings, distance to the backgauge, and work height. Hydraulic presses operate by means of two synchronized hydraulic cylinders on the C-frames moving the upper beam