Tech Update



Press Brake Offers 12 ft. Between Columns

Tuesday, January 1, 2008
Trumpf, Farmington, CT, introduces the newest member of the TruBend 3000-series press brakes, the TruBend 3180. The press brake, providing 198 tons of press force, features a new crowning system that uses hydraulic cylinders combined with a passive crowning technique, as well as a new five-axis backguage with ±3 in. on the X2 axis.
Press Brake Offers 12 ft. between columns

Another highlight of the TruBend 3180 is its new Delem T3000 control. It has a large monitor with standard 2D graphic programming and optional 3D visualization. Operation is facilitated by the radius programming and machine-diagnostic functions, as well as an online help guide. It can search by product or drawing number, has two USB interfaces, and is available in 13 languages.

The largest of the TruBend 3000-series press-brake family, the 3180 has a bed length of 162 in., with 144 in. between the columns.

Trumpf, Inc.: 860/255-6110;


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