Metal Bending - Up to 21 Feet Wide Brake Forming
Metal bending is the process of deforming sheet metal to various angles. Sheet metal is forced by a press brake between an upper and lower tool. The punch is the upper component and the die is the lower tool. The press brake is what manipulates the punch and die to apply a bending force which is what bends the part.
|Press Brake Machine Name||Programmable CNC Controls (Yes/No and Number of Axis)||Max. Tonnage (tons)||Max. Bend Length (Inches)||Distance Between Sides (inches)||Max. Tons Per
|Max. Tons Per Meter||Max.Length to Allow Full Machine Tonnage
|Depth of Side Windows from Die Center = maximum flange formed over full machine
|B165||Yes 7 axis||165||120||96||34||113||57.6||15.906|
|B56||NC only 5-axis||56||48||24||47||153||14.4||12.48|
Below are just a few samples of the incredible diversity and complexity of bending we offer. From parts that are so small that they can fit in the palm of your hand to parts that are 20-feet long and have extremely high tonnage.
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When you partner with VeriForm, your business enjoys some key advantages:
- Up to 20-foot-long bending and brake forming capability
- 5 CNC brake presses
- 90-degree punches and dies
- Cone and tapered parts forming
- Box forming die set
- Gooseneck punches
- Hemming and offset bending
- Radius and rib forming dies
- Urethane and U-shape special tooling
- Over $1 million in tooling for forming nearly anything you can design!
VeriForm has over 20 years of experience in complex metal bending fabrication. VeriForm’s 25 feet CNC machine delivers precision structural metals and round metals. A team of highly trained professionals operates the machines to ensure that the results are perfect to specifications.
Modern metal fabricators like VeriForm combine know-how, the best of equipment, and a highly skilled team to produce quality products for their customers. As in all complex processes, the latter element – our skilled team, based in Cambridge, Ontario – is where we apply both technique and art to the equation.