Introduction to the Relevant Characteristics of the Combined Hydraulic Punching and Shearing Ironworker Machine

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The main uses of combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machines

This combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine is mainly used for sheet metal cutting, profile cutting, punching, die cutting, and bending, and is suitable for departments such as shipbuilding, power, bridges, automobiles, lifting transportation, metal structures, and various mechanical processing factories.

Performance and characteristics of combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machines

This combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine can perform sheet metal cutting, profile cutting, and punching die cutting according to the specifications listed in the basic parameters. The punching and die cutting stations can also be used for special shaped cutting, stamping, bending of sheet materials at 90 °, V-shaped notch cutting, and other processes if replaced with other accessories provided with this machine. If both ends of the machine tool work simultaneously, the performance parameters should be selected below 50% of their values.

This combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine adopts hydraulic transmission, with a reasonable overall structure, light weight, low noise, lightweight and reliable, and has overload performance. Introduction to the relevant characteristics of the combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine

The combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine is a sheet metal and profile processing equipment. Widely used in the manufacturing of steel structure processing, signal towers, television broadcasting towers, telecommunications towers, street lamps, elevators, ventilation ducts, and other related enterprises, it can be said that the joint hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine is a device that integrates various functions. The combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine itself has many characteristics. Below, we will briefly introduce the relevant characteristics of the combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine.

  1. The hydraulic method is used for work, and the structure design of the combined hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine is relatively reasonable, light in weight, low in noise generated during work, convenient in operation, and high in work efficiency.
  2. The joint hydraulic punching and shearing ironworker machine is designed and assembled using standard configurations for each workstation. And these workstations can work independently with dual hydraulic workstations simultaneously, without affecting each other, and can work efficiently and orderly.
  3. The machine is processed using the world’s top technology. In terms of the body, it has good welding fit, durability, good wear resistance, long service life, and can be used by us for a long time, thus saving economic costs.
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