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==Specs==
 
==Specs==

Latest revision as of 15:16, 10 November 2016

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Bending Brake.jpg
This article is about a tool that is no longer at Protospace.
Further information can be found below.
  • Type: 30" Benchtop Metal Bending Brake
  • Make/Model: Powerfist SKU 8008201
  • Serial Number: N/A
  • Original Owner: Matt F
  • Removed by: {{{removedby}}}
  • Removal Reason: {{{removalreason}}}
  • Loan Status: Short Term Loan
  • Arrival Date: 12Mar2013
  • Removal Date: {{{removaldate}}}
  • Replacements: Brake, box and pan, 24"
  • Location: Metalworking Shop
  • Functional Status: Working
  • Usage Permissions: Ask owner before use.
  • Certification: None
  • Wiki-ID: [[{{{id}}}]]

Specs

  • 30" brake
  • Handles up to 17g steel (about 1/16"). Will handle more but requires heavier clamping
  • Bends up to 90 degrees

Usage Notes

  • Clamp or bolt brake to worktable
  • Flatten brake, line up workpiece sheet
  • Lay bracing steel above workpiece
  • Clamp bracing steel to workpiece and brake using c-clamps (two on edges minimum, extras if possible).
  • Insert levers into holes
  • Bend smoothly upwards
  • Depending on springiness of workpiece, some overbend is necessary. Bracing steel is cut farther than 90 degrees to account for springback on 90 degree bends.
  • Lower brake, check angle, disassemble clamps.


  • For pieces with internal bends, use scrap steel cut to proper width. Do not cut up original bracing steel.