|The product range of bending machines for pipe and profile processing from three well-known manufacturers, Durma, Herber and Cesurbend, is extremely versatile and fully covers the range of products in this category.|
Different devices allow hot and cold bending different profiles and pipes. Herber and Cesurbend both have numerically controlled CNC benches in their product range and are designed for serial production.
Pipe bending is one of the main machining processes that even those in the industry sometimes take for granted. Pipe bending is understood as any metal forming process, the ultimate goal of which is the formation of a new pipe shape. The bending process can be fixed with a fixed or free form.
Once the pipe is finished, it usually has to go through post-manufacturing operations to turn the newly made pipe into a usable product. Bending is one of the most common pipe post-processing procedures. Pipes can be bent manually or automatically with a CNC bending machine. Tube bending is a machining technique used in various metal forming processes to increase equipment productivity. The pipe can be bent in different directions and at different angles.
Depending on the specific bending procedure, the mechanical and physical properties of the raw material can be changed. The simplest curve can turn a pipe 90 degrees to form a right angle, but pipe benders offer many more options and functions.
The pipe bending procedure involves the application of mechanical force to press the pipe or pipe system against the desired shape, forcing the pipe or pipe system to take the shape of the mold. Typically, the pipe being processed is held in place while its end is successively rotated and processed.
Bending machines, like other pipe processing equipment, have many different variants, all of which offer different functions and production capabilities. We will help you find a suitable bending machine, feel free to contact us.