Explanation of HARSLE Press Brake Parameters
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Explanation of HARSLE Press Brake Parameters

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Press brakes are machines used for bending sheet metal and other materials. These machines offer a wide range of parameters and settings to control the bending process accurately.

 

The bending length refers to the measurement of the horizontal dimension of a workbench, typically from one end to the other. It is a crucial parameter to consider when selecting or designing a workbench, as it determines the available workspace for various tasks and applications.

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The stroke refers to the distance the ram travels during each bending cycle. It determines the depth of the bend. Adjusting the stroke length allows for flexibility in bending different material thicknesses.

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The bending capacity refers to the press brake's capacity to apply force during bending. It is typically measured in tons and represents the maximum force the machine can exert on the material.

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The daylight refers to the distance or gap between the workbench and the bottom of the ram (without punch and die). 

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The throat depth defines the distance between the column of the press brake and the centerline of the bending punch or upper tooling. It is measured horizontally from the frame to where the punch contacts the bent material.

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The column distance is the horizontal clearance or width between the vertical columns or housings of the machine and determines the maximum width or width of material that can be accommodated within the press brake for bending operations.

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