Powered by a ball screw and servomotor, this individual pressure die moves in sync with the tube to multiple planes. The pressure die acts as a counter bearing and absorbs the resulting forces. With an individual, height-adjustable pressure die, the contact pressure can be optimally gauged for each bending plane. Another major advantage of the vertically adjustable pressure die is a significant reduction in tool costs. Users of a four stack bending machine, for example, only require one pressure die instead of four fixed pressure dies. In addition, our feature speeds up the tool changing process, helping to reduce refitting costs. Furthermore, users also profit from simpler handling. Instead of one big, heavy block for several bending planes, a lighter and compact component is used, which also requires less storage space.
The individual pressure die moves in sync with the tube to multiple levels.