Continuing the concept of the mobile press
brake, which the smaller version Xpert 40 has already established on the
market, the Xpert 80 offers a decisive increase in bending length and press
capacity which opens up a wide
spectrum of applications.
Over a bending length of approximately five feet , the Xpert 80 generates a press capacity of 88 US tons and all of this with a footprint
of less than 10 square feet.
Bystronic product manager Karsten
Trautvetter explains: “The great success of the Xpert 40 shows that there is a
demand amongst users for fast but also mobile bending systems.”
The new Xpert 80 provides users with support for flexible job shop production
with fluctuating batch sizes and varying bent parts as well as for series
production with recurring parts. Today, for example, the machine can be set up
next to a laser cutting system and tomorrow, maybe, in a row with other press
brakes in order to process a large bending series.
For many users,
bending requires manufacturing
small to medium-sized parts using press brakes that are too big for the job.
For parts up to a bending length of approximately 5 feet and a maximum thickness of ¾ of an inch, these users do not really need a large-scale
bending machine, but a small and versatile powerhouse. Bystronic developed the new Xpert 80 for
precisely these requirements. A fast press brake with a compact format that
fits into virtually any manufacturing environment.
Moreover, the machine achieves fast bending speeds up to 25 millimeters (1 inch) per second. This enables users to bend three times as many parts with the compact machine compared to a slower large press brake. The ByMotion drive control, a Bystronic development, ensures that the Xpert 80’s upper beam and back gauges are accelerated with high precision. This creates the perfect interplay between speed, precision, and bending force. The result s are bending processes with the highest levels of repetition accuracy and speed.
Bystronic Inc. has offered customers single source service expertise for over 35 years. They provide innovative laser cutting and press brakes machinery, automation, system software and comprehensive customer training and support. The company’s North American headquarters is located in Elgin, IL. Offices are also located in Toronto, Canada and Monterrey, Mexico.
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