horizontal bending sample

March 25, 2016 · Posted in metallic material · Comment 

horizontal bending sample,busbar bender sample

horizontal bending sample

horizontal bending sample

horizontal bending sample

Material/Metal Processed: copper/aluminum

CNC hydraulic busbar bending machine

March 19, 2016 · Posted in busbar bender machine, CNC machine · Comment 

High Quality Multifunction Cnc Busbar Bending Machine;

busbar press brake cnc;

Cnc busbar bender

busbar bender CNC

LCD control panel-busbar bender CNC

busbar bender:

Item busbar bender
Nominal Pressure 400kns
Hydraulic cylinder stroke 250mm
Main motor power 5.5kw
gauge length 1200mm
gauge accuracy +/-0.15
bending accuracy +/-0.3
horizontal bend maximum size 15*160mm
verticall bend maximum size 12*120mm
weight of machine 2300kgs
machine size 3450×1400×1450mm

start the diy cnc machine ,from a few simple hand tools

March 18, 2016 · Posted in CNC machine · Comment 

my desire to hop on the bandwagon of this great hobby started as a means to an end.The end has not been realized because I became more interested in the CNC machine itself and want to provide simpler designs and instruction to others who would’t otherwise have the means to own a traditional CNC bending machine.
CNC_busbar_bending_machine
The DIY CNC community has been around for a long time;pretty much ever since the boom of the Internet.I learned most of what I know from the information on the Internet.With my prior design training,I spent quite a bit of time improving what others had created.
Througn my effort to create an initial CNC machine from resources on the Internet, Ifound that the materials did not hold up well with use and tended to exhibit undesirable flexing.I learned througn trying and experimenting… and discovered many things that worked and didn’t work.Iquickly learned,for example,to stick with MDF as the material of choice for making my CNC machines.
Over the years,I made hundreds of trips to the home improvement store (my laboratory of ideas).The components that I used to start my CNC journey included round metal bar stock and a bunch of very cheap MDF.I thought that the metal stock would have some pretty good rigidity–I mean… it’s metal! But I was very wrong. After putting an assembly together and using the bar stock as the rail,I noticed quite a bit of flexing in the assembly. This was not going to work,so I came up with a better way.(I was deathly afraid of trying something that was not illustrated on the Internet in fear that if it wasn’t done before,it wouldn’t work.But I did it anyway.) I used aluminum angles as the rails and MDF as the midsection between the rails to provide the necessary rigidity.Initially,I tried the bar stock with this technique,but the bars would still flex. The aluminum rails wrapping the MDF worked perfectly and the machine was rigid and stable–perfect! Well,perfect is a subjective word here, but it good enougn for me. And I think by the time you’re done following this book’s instructions and building your own machine,you’ll agree.
Everything from that point on became intuitive. The mechanics and motion of the machine well designed so that the parts could be cut,drilled,and assembled using nothing more than a few simple hand tools.(I’m not kidding– the early machines were cut and drilled with nothing more than a mitre box,a small saw,and a battery-powered drill.)

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copper busbar bending machine

March 17, 2016 · Posted in busbar bending machine · Comment 

NC.40Z-1200-CNC-busbar-bending-machine

1.The series of machine uses oil pressure as the active force,CNC as control unit, matching our independent researched and developmented CAD/CAM system, with the charactors of high efficiency and high automation.
2.Adopting the “open type bending” structure,structure simple, stress reasonable,easy to charge and discharge materials ect.
3.Hydraulic part with the “two speed feed”when improving the efficiency of the processing,making the accuracy of the bending ensured.
4. Through the “pull type rotary encoder” test cylinder position to finish the processing operation.
5.The gauge adopts modularization design.,can choose the length of the gauge according to demand.The bridge structure of the “double linear guide” is used in the gauge section.Running smoothly.
6.HMI,Operating easily,real-time present operating state of the program.
7. Can connect with MX602K-7C CNC busbar punching cut t ing machine by CNC programming software,operating simply,machine and software not influence each other,easy to maintain.
8.Hydraulic hose adopts national standard A connection mode,easy to connect,firm and durable.

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3D printers TEACHING A CNC NEW TRICKS

March 17, 2016 · Posted in CNC machine · Comment 

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Computer Numeric Control technology has been around for a long time. It’s at the heart of our 3D printers, laser cutters / etchers and CNC milling machines. They all work the same way — you begin with a CAD program and make some type of design. Then the computer converts the file into a set of XYZ coordinates and moves a tool head accordingly. Now let us pose to ourselves a most interesting question. What if you reversed the process? What if you could take a CNC’d object and convert it into XYZ coordinates?

This is precisely what [dave] is attempting to do. He’s made a basic CNC outfit and installed encoders on the steppers. He then manually moves the tool head to trace out an object. At the same time, the encoders are feeding the coordinates to a computer for recording. The idea is to replay the coordinates to see if the CNC can replicate the object.

Judging from the video below, the project is a success!