Accurl IconB: Electric Press Brake

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IconB Electric Press Brake

In response to the increasing demand to decrease the manufacturing carbon footprint and become more energy-efficient, Accurl has developed a new series of “green” electric press brakes, the IconB (also known as an Eco Bend) all Servo-Electric CNC Press Brake Series.

These state-of-the-art electric servo press brakes reinforce Accurl’s position in the upper echelon of worldwide precision servo press brake manufacturers.

Our 100% electric servo press brake technology was developed with one main goal in mind. To produce all-electric press brakes that would reduce consumption of fossil fuels by at least 50% or more.

Currently, we offer these highly sophisticated eco-friendly electric servo press brakes in multiple sizes. They can be configured to handle various stroke lengths and force/load requirements to meet the needs of any production process.

The IconB Electric Press Brake from Accurl features the advantages of high acceleration and deceleration and rapid response time of the ball screw servo drive system.

Accurl Front of Press Brake

Accurl IconB Electric Press Brake

  • CNC DELEM DA66T with 2D colour graphics
  • ACCURL® BGA-4 for X=400mm X,R,Z1,Z2-Axis
  • Tool kit: 4 V die (V=16-22-35-50) series of 835mm punches
  • ACCURL Pro CNC wave crowning system
  • Lazersafe Systems LZS-2 Block Laser
  • DELEM Profile T2D Offline Software

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Our Servo-Electric Press Brake provides energy savings of up to 50%.

The Accurl IconB Series electric press brake machine is a compact, fast, accurate, non-hydraulic bending solution.

The ram is driven by a heavy-duty servo motor and a high-performance ball screw. This innovative machine concept combines productivity, accuracy, flexibility, and reliability with high priority to beneficial ecological aspects – we call this concept “Green Means”.

  • Noiseless All-electric Servo

  • No Hydraulic Oil or Hydraulic Filter
  • No Valves or Cylinders
  • No Clutch or Flywheel
  • Reduced Dwell Time

Press Brake Tooling

A press brake is a machine pressing tool for bending sheet and plate material, most commonly sheet metal. It forms predetermined bends by clamping the workpiece between a matching punch and die. Tooling tolerances should be checked each time a punch and die are selected. It is the operator’s responsibility to ensure the tooling fits the manufacturer’s specifications and make any adjustments necessary.

Commonly Used Press Brake Dies

To extend the service life of the mold, the press brake punch and dies are designed with rounded corners as far as possible. Commonly used press brake dies are as follows:

  • Rocker-Type Dies: These dies bend metal by moving up and down, and side to side.
  • Gooseneck Dies: Used to clear rims that protrude from workpieces also known as flanges.
  • V-Dies: These are used for creating v-shaped bends.
  • Acute-Angle Dies: Used to create acute, obtuse, and right angles.
  • High Precision – The tools should be manufactured to tolerances within the 0.0004-inch range. This is critical to achieving part accuracy without shimming or other tweaks during setup.
  • Segmented Sections – These allow you to build various lengths out of several pre-cut pieces. Small pieces are safer and easier to handle, too.
  • Self-Retaining installation – You should be able to load the tools with the ram up. The tool holding system should hold multiple pieces in place until the clamping pressure is applied.
  • Self-Seating – As clamping pressure is applied, the punches are mechanically pulled up into position. This eliminates the need to bottom the punch into the die during the setup.
  • Front Loading – You should be able to install tools from the front of the machine. This shortens setup time because you no longer need to spend time sliding tools from the end of the press brake. Front-loading eliminates the need for forklifts and overhead cranes.
  • Standard Sizes – Common-height tools can reduce the need for machine adjustments when changing jobs. Front support arms, back gauge heights, and safety devices all remain at a common position. Because tools are made to the same heights, you can add off-the-shelf pieces and be sure they will match your existing tools.


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