WILA Catalog GB

www.wilatooling.com sales: +31 (0)573 28 98 50 WE LIVE PRESS BRAKE PRODUCTIVITY 81 Custom Style TOOLING TOOLING FLATTENING TOOLS As a modern version of the spring-action bending tool, WILA offers the hydraulic Dutch bending tool (Fig. 4.7). The pressing part is powered by hydraulic cylinders incorporated in the tool. When the tool is inactive, it is in a closed position, and simultaneously serves as a tool holder. Interchangeable bottom tools can be placed in the top of the flattening part, making it possible to adjust the size of the V-opening as desired. WILA offers a modified Hydraulic Power Pack (90 Bar max. pressure) for this purpose. Information available on request. The spring-action and hydraulic flattening tools can be mounted on the machine in a number of ways: • separately on the press brake’s table. • in the clamping slot in the table or lower beam using a tang on the bottom (Fig. 4.8). • directly bolted on to the lower beam (Fig. 4.9), only hydraulic. The hole pattern is available upon request. Here too, the hole pattern can be modified to suit the customer’s needs. Both models can be standardly equipped with additional M16 holes 200 mm center to center, so that support arms and such can be attached. The bottom tools used with the hydraulic flattening tool can be clamped in the tool in one of two ways: • mechanically, using standard clamping bolts. These bolts are located in the middle of 1000 mm at 25 mm intervals, and in intervals of 100 mm towards each end. • hydraulically, using built in Clamping-Pins. Fig. 4.7 bottom tool bending and flattening tool lower beam hole pattern as per drawing 13141 M16 center to center 200 bottom tool flattening tool lower adaption lower beam / table top tool bottom tool flattening part guide part Fig. 4.8 Fig. 4.9 CUSTOM STYLE