Sheet Metal & Press Brake Forming

Sheet metal forming processes are those in which force is applied to a piece of sheet metal to modify its geometry rather than remove any material. The applied force stresses the metal beyond its yield strength, causing the material to plastically deform, but not to fail. By doing so, the sheet can be bent or stretched into a variety of complex shapes.

Press Brake forming is one of the oldest mechanical metal deformation processes. During thia process, a piece of sheet metal is formed along a straight axis. This may be accomplished by a “V”- shaped, “U”-shaped, or channel-shaped punch and die set. Although press braking appears a simple concept, maintaining accuracy can often be quite difficult. Precision bending is a function of both the press, the tooling, and the work-piece material.



Piranha CNC 250 ton

  • 12 foot bed length
  • 8 inch stroke

Bettenbender CNC 50 ton

Amada 100 ton CNC

Wysong 175 ton CNC


  • 200 ton punch press with Coil feed capabilities
  • 250 ton punch press
  • 125 ton punch press
  • Roselle 40 & 60 ton punch presses
  • In-House Tool & Die Expert
  • Can custom design tools

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