What is Angle Bending Machine?
Angle bending machine is divided into two types: horizontal and vertical. It can be divided into up and down according to different shaft layouts. It is divided into three rollers and four rollers according to the number of rollers. It is a curved aluminum alloy profile, flat steel, square Steel, round steel, angle steel, I-shaped steel, H-shaped steel, square tube, rectangular tube, round tube and other advanced materials. According to the user's requirements can be customized different molds.
3-roll angle bending machine: 3 rollers are drive rollers with 3 independent hydraulic motor drives
4-roll angle bending machine: 4 rollers are drive rollers and are driven by 4 independent hydraulic motors.
3-roll angle bending machine
4-roll angle bending machine
Angle bending machine is a more advanced profile forming equipment in the 21st century. It is widely used in the production of various round flanges in automobiles, elevators, petroleum, chemical engineering, steel construction, machinery manufacturing and other industries.
Angle Bending Machine can be completed at one time to complete the pre-bending, rolling and rounding process of the profile; the Angle Bending Machine has advanced structure and full function, and can be placed or laid horizontally according to user's use.
Ⅳ. Working principle
The Angle Bending Machine is a downward linear adjustment angle bending machine. The two side rollers of the machine are the main transmission rollers, and the three work rollers are also the main transmission rollers. The upper roller position is fixed, and the lower roller clamps the workpiece upward to prevent the deformation of the cross section. Each side roller corresponds to the upper roller for linear movement, hydraulic control, displacement digital display, which is conducive to controlling the forming process of the profile. There are numerically-controlled idler and distortion correcting device on both sides, which is conducive to guaranteeing the rolling quality and double forming of the asymmetric sectional profile. Surface artifacts.