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
Use our adiprene inserts or protective foil to prevent marks on your bent parts, while upholding your productivity.
When bending sheet metal parts made of aluminum, stainless steel, copper, brass or other materials that must be free of die marks, the range of solutions for eliminating die marks is quite limited. To make matters worse, they all take away valuable productive time on your press brake and can add a significant amount of labor to the job. Also, many of them require additional bending force (tonnage) and frequent angle adjustments.
We have developed our revolutionary K-005 No-Mar protective cloth. It is made from a tightly woven nylon fabric that is only 0.3 mm (0.011") thick and has a life cycle of up to 8-10 times that of polyurethane sheeting. It reduces or eliminates die marks in most sheet metal bending applications while requiring less tonnage.
In addition, we also offer adiprene inserts for bending materials without marking (use depends on material type, thickness, angles and radius size).
Use our online Tool Advisor to always find the right tools for the job.Start Tool Advisor
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