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No. PX 24 Light Duty Box and Pan Brake

$4,150.00

pexto-new-smallThe PX24 light duty bending brake is for light forming requirements (up to 16 gauge mild steel). When used within their rated capacity, they will form a minimum 1/2″ flange over their entire length. Maximum Rated Capacity: 16 gauge mild steel. The PX24 Box and Pan Brakes adjustable back gauge are ideal for small, precise box and pan work (up to 3″ deep). It will accommodate sheet metal up to 16 gauge. The PX24 will bend as much as a 135Á angle in up to a 24-inch length. Standard fingers provided include one each 3/4″, 1″, 1 1/4″, 1 1/2″, 3″, 4 1/2″, and 6″. Fingers are heat-treated die steel, precision ground. Set of fingers can be arranged to form 3/4: to 24″ in 1/4″ increments. Back gauge adjustment is from 0-24″. Adjustable friction brake lock stops upper bar dead-weight drop and permits precise positioning of upper bar to scribed line on work piece before final clamping. The pan brakes have optional special fingers to adapt them to inside mitered lip boxes, 9″ long square tubes and radius bends up to 1″. The floor mount stand shown must be ordered as a separate item. Minimum 1/4″ (PX24) reverse bends are possible with these light duty brakes by removing both the apron angle iron work support and apron filler plate and reducing the capacity by four gauges.

SKU: 155070024 Categories: ,

Additional Information

Weight 270 lbs
Dimensions 38 x 15 x 15 in
Bending length

24 in/ 610 mm

Capacity mild steel, 1 inch flange, with bending bar and anglein place

16 ga/ 1,60 mm

Capacity mild steel, 1 inch flange with bending bar and angle removed

20 ga/ 1,00 mm

Minimum reverse bend (bar and angle removed)

1/4 in/ 6.35 mm

Maximum lift of beam

1 in/ 25 mm

Finger widths

3/4 , 1, 1 1/2, 1 3/4, 3, 4 1/2 and 6 in/ 19, 25, 38, 44.5, 76, 114 and 152 mm

Maximum depth of box

3 in/ 76 mm

Back gauge adjustment

0 – 24 in/ 0 – 610 mm

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