Bending sheet metal in different angles using a limited set of tools.
Bending sheet metal by enclosing the sheet between the punch and the die.
WILA's tooling solutions for achieving shorter flange lengths.
Avoid deformations when bending near cut-outs.
How to deal with galling while bending galvanized sheet.
Box bending requires forethinking your choice of press brake and tooling.
Tool Holders and Tooling for bending thicker or high strength steel.
Finish sharp edges and strengthen parts of sheet metal products.
Creating a bend with a large radius to material thickness ratio.
Reduce marking on the surface of the bent material.
Making two equal and opposite bends in one hit.
An overview of all bending applications and techniques.All applications
Hemming, or flattening, is a great way to finish sharp edges or strengthen parts when bending sheet metal. Our spring-action and hydraulic flattening tools can be customized to fit your needs.
Finding the right flattening tool for your operation depends on a number of factors. WILA offers a full range of standard flattening tools. Our hydraulic and spring-action flattening tools can be customized to fit your needs.
WILA hydraulic flattening tools can be mounted directly on the press brake table, in the tool clamping slot using a tang or directly bolted onto the lower beam. Standard dies can be clamped in two ways: mechanically or hydraulically. Versions with hardened inserts are also available.Contact us
WILA spring-action flattening tools can be mounted directly on the press brake table or in the tool clamping slot using a tang.Contact us
WILA dealers have the knowledge and expertise to support your press brake tooling needs. There is always a WILA dealer near you.Find your local dealer