Busbars at 120 x 12 mm (160 x 10 mm on request) can easily be bent using a universal working cylinder, and holes of Ø 6.6 up to 21.5 mm including longitudinal holes can be punched through the simple insertion of hole punchers.
Turn switch to “bend”
To bend busbars, the bending die is inserted in the hydraulic piston and the electric angle measurer is placed in the round guidance crew on the counter block. The contact cable is connected to the electric motor.
The required angle is ﬁxed on the angle scale using an adjusting screw.
Since copper springs back, we recommend making a setting 1° - 3° above the required angle depending on the material thickness.
You should check the ﬁrst bending angle. This bending angle can be re-produced as often as required since the bending process is automatically interrupted on achieving the angle by the electrical contact switch.
Switch setting to “perforate”
The puncher with the neoprene scraper and the matching die are placed in the locating hole.
The puncher is ﬁxed sideways using a grub screw. Depending on the busbar width and the required hole arrangement, the processing block can be inﬁnitely variably raised or lowered hydraulically using the handwheel.
A counter attached to the handwheel shows the height of the hole centre in millimetres.
We recommend centre-punching the busbar and then aligning the puncher centring point above the centre puncher to guarantee a precise hole location.
The neoprene scraper and a ﬁtted electronic sensor ensure automatic puncher retraction.