small hydraulic press brake bending machine made in china

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US $2,500-4,000 / Sets | 1 Set/Sets (Min. Order)
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Place of Origin:
Anhui, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
Model Number:
Machine Type:
Beading Machine
Raw Material:
Sheet / Plate Rolling
Material / Metal Processed:
Stainless Steel
Extra Services:
End Forming
After-sales Service Provided:
Engineers available to service machinery overseas
Product name:
small hydraulic press brake bending machine made in china
Sheet Folding
Hydraulic press brake
Length of table:
Throat depth:
Ram stroke:
Main motor:
3 KW
40 Set/Sets per Month
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Packaging Details
Standard export package. for small hydraulic press brake bending machine made in china
Lead Time :
shipped in 20 days after payment
Product Description

A press brake is a machine tool for bending sheet and plate material, most commonly sheet metal. It forms predetermined bends by clamping the workpiece between a matching punch and die.

A brake can be described by basic parameters, such as the force or tonnage and the working length.Additional parameters include the stroke length, the distance between the frame uprights or side housings, distance to the back gauge, and work height. The upper beam usually operates at a speed ranging from 1 to 15 mm/s.

Air Bending Tonnage Chart

data has been calculated based upon bending material with a tensile strength ofδb=420 MPa over a length of 1m.

The internal radius R corresponds to approximate 16% of the die opening V

L= Working Length

Recommended die opening V for air bending 

Material thickness        S 0.5~2.5mm3~8mm9~10mm>12mm
Die opening          V    6 × t  8 × t10 × t12 × t


Bending force F for                     


δb=300 MPa

F=F(chart)× 0.65

Stainless Steel

δb=700 MPa

F=F(chart)× 1.6


Determination of the bending force F for air bending (approximation)

F(chart)=  65 × S2 L/ V (Ton)

Axis on Press Brake


Once the customer determines the material that they will be bending, the next step in picking the right brake is to look at the number of axes they will want to control (with or without CNC), from the Y-axis (usually available as separate Y1 and Y2 axes) to things like crowning and even sheet following systems, each of which can be considered an axis.

Most customers will probably want to measure their flange length as they bend, so they will want an X-axis back gauge in order to do that. When the inserted material touches the back gauge they know they are at their correct point to bend.

The customer also needs to determine if they are going to be making multiple bends, such as putting a 45° bend into a piece of material and then making another bend further into that same piece. If that’s the case, they will need an R-axis in order to raise the back gauge up and down. They would also need to decide if they want a manual R-axis or a powered R-axis.

Next they need to consider whether or not they will be running small parts on their press brake. For example, if the customer is going to be alternating between 500mm and 3000mm wide pieces, they may want powered Z1 and Z2 fingers so they won’t have to keep manually adjusting the width of the fingers for each different bend.

The customer also needs to see if they will be bending on an angle — for example, if they are bending a flange that is 900mm deep on one side and 600mm on the other side. If that is the case, then they will want a Z-Prime axis (also known as a Delta X-axis) so that they can adjust their press brake on an angle with one fixed finger and a second one that can go plus or minus 300mm. They may also want to consider separate Z1 and Z2 axes to accomplish the same thing.

Crowning must also be considered. Will the customer be bending anything heavy enough that they will need to worry about crown? Most shops will at least occasionally have jobs big enough that crowning will be an issue, so does the customer want to be able to adjust crowning on their bed to compensate for it? If so, do they want manual crowning or CNC crowning? With manual crowning you have a handle on the side of your brake that you adjust by hand and you have to know per job what the crown will be for that material, that width, that length and that thickness. With CNC crowning the control figures all that out for you and adjusts the crown on your press brake accordingly.

Different CNC controller


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Company Information


The History of MaoFeng Heavy Machinery Co.,Ltd

  • In 2000 Tao Family rigistered MF Machinery Company in No.130-132 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong, China.(Tel:+8615155356692
  • In 2003 Indonesia agency opened in Jarkata (Tel:0821 36298118), Surabaya, Bandung, Medan, Semarang, Solo.
  • In 2006 Tao Brothers started a factory in Maanshan City Bowang Industrial Park in Anhui province of China. 
  • In 2008 MF passed the ISO 9001:2008 quality management system standard.
  • in 2011 MF obtained CE certificate.
  • In 2017 MF Machinery has joined the Bowang government project to be part of Meta Fabrication Machine Tool Industrial Chain.
  • At present, the company had expanded to cover an area of 30,000 square meters and has building area up to 18,000 square meters.