Moore Machine Tools

Premier Press Brakes


For professional industrial workers looking for perfect configuration and user friendliness—the Accurl CNC Press Brake offers this alongside more: versatility, flexibility, and faster production. Accurl has taken the conventional brake machine and improved on its functionality, safety, and speed. Operators will have a powerful output that guarantees sensitive bending jobs can be completed perfectly. Furthermore, the equipment can be tailored per individual request, so you can have the features included that you need for your specific sheet metal production needs. One of the best features of our machines lies in how they immediately offer automatic axis referencing to improve accuracy. Professionals can be sure that this latest technology makes metal bending projects so much easier at an affordable price to maximize your ROI.  Choosing our machinery will promise longevity and satisfaction in the metal fabrication market. We invite you to look through the features and reach out to us to start your tailored quote today. 

  • Mono block, welded steel frame rigid to deflection and high tensile with ST44 A1 material.
  • Multiple configurations available.
  • Back gauge system with X, R, Z1, Z2 axis driven by AC servo with colored graphics.
  • HOERBIGER servo hydraulic system.
  • CNC-controlled motorized anti-deflection system.
  • Hardened and ground standard sectioned top and 4V-Die bottom tools (32.87 in section).
  • Easy to clamp tool holding system with upper and lower tools.
  • Standard graphic controllers can be selected from: DelemDA66T 3D color graphical touch screen controller,
  • Cybelec ModEva 12 S.
  • Electrical panel with cooling system designed to meet CE standards & composed of automation and electrical equipment with SIEMENS
  • Ergonomic user-friendly, pendant control panel.
  • Back light safety guards (category-4)
  • Front side covers with safety switches.
  • Synchronization of Y1+Y2 axis provided by linear encoders with 0.0004 in tolerances.
  • This metal forming machine uses a foot pedal and is suitable for CE regulation.
  • Sliding front support arms with T slot and mm/inch rulers.
  • Throat depth 16.14 in.


Our sheet metal NC hydraulic press brakes are built using top-grade technology to ensure long-term usage, no matter what the job might bring. Professionals within the sheet metal industry find this machinery simple to use with supreme dexterity. The hydraulic presses offered by Moore Machine Tools deliver precision where you need it the most for any metal fabrication job. The body design of this machine is fully automated with continuous operation modes that make the work easier for the operator. Despite this ease,  safety has been prioritized in the design of this ergonomic-friendly machine. Due to the safety barrier and the electrical interlocking design features, the operator couldn’t ask for a higher level of operational safety. If you’re in the market for a powerful sheet metal machine that can take on any metal bending job safely, effectively, and cost-efficiently, there’s no need to look further.

  • The brake press is fitted with intermediate upper clamps to prevent wedging
  • Plate support arms
  • Powered adjustment of axis depth
  • Backstop
  • Light guards
  • Top and bottom tooling
  • Estun E21 NC control
  • German Bosch-Rexroth hydraulic system
  • Telemecanique/Schneider Electric components
  • Hydraulic and electrical overload protection
  • Squaring arm and front support arms
  • Delta inverter with ball screw and polished rod with 0.002 in. accuracy
NC Hydraulic Press

What To Consider When Buying a New Press Brake

You want to consider the parts that you will need to modify or adjust to fit your press brake needs. The brand and type of machine is pretty straightforward, and the team at Machine Moore Tools can help you find the best one for your needs. However, the parts of the machine can get even more specific and detailed. Knowing your operation and understanding what you want to accomplish with your press brake is a huge benefit in the buying process. While it can be easy to just call up some reps and tell them the serial number and brand of your last press brake, knowing which workpieces you need to get your job done can shorten the time to equipment acquisition and get your business back to operation.

How much deflection do you expect to occur in your machine. The type of material plays a huge role in determining deflection. For example heavy steel will require more workload while aluminum requires less. It all depends on the operation and use of material. Have an idea of this before you start looking for a new press brake, and speed up the buying process.

The inside radius of parts is crucial to the operation of your press brake. For example, knowing whether you need an inside radius that is less or more than the thickness of the material you’re using can change quite a lot when choosing a press brake. Knowing this information can help your sales rep serve you much easier in the buying process.

How accurate do you need your bends? A press brake with angular accuracy of +/- 1 degree cannot be changed, which means you need to consider a CNC press brake. Knowing how accurate you need bends helps you determine which piece of equipment you actually need, what type of machine, and, ultimately, the cost of said machines.

Don’t assume that since you have a rack full of tooling that it will function with the new press brake machine you’re interested in purchasing. In fact, it’s best to measure your tooling rack and triple check that it will fit with your new press brake before you buy it. In a majority of cases, the accuracy of tooling should be at +/- 0.001 inch per foot and should not exceed +/- 0.005 inch in overall length. It’s common to make the mistake of buying a new press brake but not considering how the tooling rack will function with the new equipment, if at all.

How wide is the flange at the front of the machine you’re about to purchase. A common mistake in buying new press brakes is to not take a look at the flange width. The tonnage of pressure that’s expected to bend material can vary, and the flange width on the material can add more weight than expected. For example, sheet metal being bent at a 90-degree angle may need 7.5 tons of pressure to accomplish. Lowering a flange of this size can weigh nearly 300 pounds, which would require a crane or a collection of strong workers. The flange width is crucial in determining operation plausibility.

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