How To Adjust The Stop Finger Alignment For Press Brake Back Gauge
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How To Adjust The Stop Finger Alignment For Press Brake Back Gauge

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How To Adjust The Stop Finger Alignment

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Press brake backgauge stop fingers are components used in press brake machines. A press brake is a machine tool used for bending sheet metal workpieces. The backgauge stop fingers are part of the backgauge system, which helps to position the workpiece accurately for bending operations.


Here's how they work:


Positioning: The backgauge stop fingers are adjustable components that can be moved along the backgauge bar. This bar runs perpendicular to the bending beam of the press brake.


Measuring: The operator sets the position of the stop fingers according to the desired dimensions for the bend in the workpiece. This is typically done using measurement scales or digital readouts on the press brake control panel.


Clamping: Once the stop fingers are positioned correctly, they are clamped securely in place. This ensures that they will not move during the bending process.


Reference: The stop fingers serve as a reference point for the operator to align the edge of the workpiece. This helps to ensure consistent and accurate bending.


Automation: In modern press brake systems, backgauges can be automated, with motors moving the stop fingers to preset positions based on the program entered into the machine's control system. This enhances efficiency and repeatability in production.


Overall, backgauge stop fingers are essential components in press brake machines, enabling precise positioning of workpieces for bending operations, whether in manual or automated settings.

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