HARSLE profile bending machine is a machine used to perform cold bending on profiles with different shapes and sizes. Usually, the machine is used in the metalworking field to bend profiles like tubes, bars, angles, “T” profiles, “U” profiles, and beams. The most important part of the machine is the rolls (normally 3) that apply a combination of forces on the profile, the resultant of which determines a deformation, along a direction perpendicular to the axis of the profile itself.
The profile bending machines of the HARSLE combine high bending performance with modern mechanical engineering and powerful hydraulics. The machine can bend medium and heavy steel profiles with great precision. Siemens brand electrical parts, and a CNC controller that can store self-running programs. A high drive power and the hydraulically adjustable bending rollers make the entire profile bending machine series a powerful solution for metal construction, locksmithing, and general mechanical engineering. HARSLE is committed to providing innovative solutions for high-precision processing.
A tube and profile roll bending machine is a type of equipment that is used to bend metal tubes and profiles into various shapes and sizes. This machine is commonly used in the manufacturing industry to produce products such as handrails, frames, and chassis for vehicles.
The machine works by clamping the tube or profile between three rollers, two of which are adjustable, and then applying pressure to bend the metal into the desired shape. The three rollers are usually arranged in a pyramid shape, with the top roller providing the pressure to bend the metal.
There are different types of tube and profile roll bending machines available, including manual, semi-automatic, and fully automatic machines. Manual machines require the operator to adjust the rollers manually to achieve the desired bend, while semi-automatic and fully automatic machines have programmable controls that automate the bending process.
When using a tube and profile roll bending machine, it is important to follow safety guidelines to prevent accidents and ensure the machine operates properly. This includes wearing appropriate protective gear, such as gloves and eye protection, and properly securing the tube or profile being bent to prevent it from slipping or moving during the bending process.
|1||The maximum bending modulus of the profile||cm³||16|
|3||Profile yield limit||MPa||25|
|4||Angle steel incurvation||Max. section size||mm||80*8|
|5||Min. bending diameter||mm||650|
|6||Min. section size||mm||30*3|
|7||Min. bending diameter||mm||550|
|8||Angle steel excurvation||Max. section size||mm||80*8|
|9||Min. bending diameter||mm||800|
|10||Min. section size||mm||30*3|
|11||Min. bending diameter||mm||550|
|Max. section size||mm||12|
|13||Min. bending diameter||mm||800|
|Max. section size||mm||12|
|15||Min. bending diameter||mm||900|
|16||Flat steel horizontal|
|Max. section size||mm||15025|
|17||Min. bending diameter||mm||700|
|18||Flat steel vertical|
|Max. section size||mm||75*12|
|19||Min. bending diameter||mm||760|
|20||Round pipe bending||Max. section size||mm||76*4.5|
|21||Min. bending diameter||mm||750|
|22||Round steel bending||Max. section size||mm||52|
|23||Min. bending diameter||mm||600|
|24||Square pipe bending||Max. section size||mm||60*4|
|25||Min. bending diameter||mm||900|