More power for your bending needs
All electric CNC tube bending machines for tubes up to 150 mm (6”). Configurable for right- or left-hand bendingSee what’s possible
You can use a blade cut-off device directly on the ELECT to cut the tube part while being processed.
- simpler logistics by eliminating the additional operation needed to cut the part off on other equipment
- shorter cycle time to make the part
- one operation to be managed without rework
- save time and floor space because no trimming equipment is needed
With expensive exotic materials and larger diameters, saving a few inches of tube on every part adds up over time to be a significant boost in profit margin.
To achieve these savings you need to hold, control and guide the tube right up until the last bend.
The ‘boost to tangent’ feature provides this control.
The ELECT tube bending machines can be used to bend pre-processed laser cut tubes accurately.
It incorporates an effective system for identifying previous operations on the tube. The laser cut parts are correctly oriented and the system reliably detects the presence of holes, slots and beads (or other features) on the tube.
The advantages are many: increased production, guaranteed repeatability and part accuracy, waste elimination and accurate results independent of the operator's skills
The ELECT can utilize special tooling to pierce in-line eliminating the need for a dedicated piercing or drilling device.
Programming is performed directly in VGP as part of the bending program.
Feasible and true.
A laser scanner can be used to dynamically manage the safety zone according to the dimensions of the part to be made.
An operator safey foot switch can be used to guarantee safe loading and unloading without the risk of dropping or damaging the part.
Comfortable, isn't it?
Easy to read 19” screen.
Multi-touch capacitive sensing.
Intuitive graphical interface using icons.
Are you a new user or do you only need a refresher?
You will find all the CNC help topics on the machine: instruction manual, maintenance tutorials, exploded part drawings to identify spare parts, and a video guide with ‘how to’ tutorials.