Ironworker machine, also been called punch shears, is one kind of machine tools which combined the function of metal cutting, hole punching, plate cutting, notching, and bending. It has features of easy operation, low energy consumption, low maintenance cost, etc, mainly applied in metallurgy, bridge, communication, electric power, military industry.
The structure includes:
This station provides large capacity angle cutting at 90° and 45°. Angles between 45° and 90° can be achieved by first cutting at 90° and then flange trimming to the required angle in the shearing station.
The shearing unit is fitted with a simple robust holddown which is adjustable to any thickness of material within the cutting capacity of the machine. The shear feed table with adjustable guides is fitted to allow accurate feeding of materials. The guide can be adjusted to allow miter cutting up to 45° for flat bars or to trim the flanges of angle.
The large punch bed area has a removable front block and is designed to give a very wide range of punching applications. A punch table with rules and guides for repetition work are fitted as the standard machine.
The machines are fitted as standard with blades for cutting round and square bars. With the extra device, the machines are able to cut, in this aperture, channel, joist, T-section and many other special profiles.
The notching station is fitted as standard with a rectangular notch table with adjustable back stops, allowing repetitive positioning.
It's able to punch holes in various diameter.