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Manual bending machine HB12
for tubesdraw

manual bending machine
manual bending machine
manual bending machine
manual bending machine
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Characteristics

Operation
manual
Product handled
for tubes
Other characteristics
draw

Description

Product Description Winton Machine offers a standard rotary draw hand bender that makes use of interchangeable tooling. The base unit is crafted from quality steel. The HB12 hand bender comes standard with an adjustable bend stop (photo to left).An optional plug mandrel support and/or pre-bend stop assembly are offered for producing quality bends. Winton also offers dedicated tooling (production ready) to bend the same tubular shape time and time again. This approach is ideal if you are trying to hold a specific set of dimensions per a drawing. Every HB12 built, dedicated or standard, is able to bend a maximum angle of 185 degrees. If you don't see what you need below, please ask! We want to help you bend your small diameter tubing. Open the PDF file to see all the tooling part numbers available. All hand benders are designed and tested in house. We use standard purchased components to build every coax bending machine. We at Winton are proud of the quality of every coax bender sold. Please, call us today and ask how the quality of the tube bending machines we build will translate into quality bent tubing on your shop floor. Winton Machine offers a standard rotary draw hand bender that makes use of interchangeable tooling. The base unit is crafted from quality steel. The HB12 hand bender comes standard with an adjustable bend stop (photo to left).

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