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==Bending Brake==
 
==Bending Brake==
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CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE AWAITING DELIVERY OF PARTS.  This tool can be used to bend sheet metal (no thicker than 16ga steel) at angles up to 135 degrees.  Maximum width is 24 inches.   
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This tool can be used to bend sheet metal (no thicker than 16ga steel) at angles up to 135 degrees.  Maximum width is 50 inches.   
  
 
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===Machine Info===
 
===Machine Info===
This machine is a Pexto model PX-24.
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This machine is a Jet, model BPB 1650.

Latest revision as of 04:09, 29 May 2017

Bending Brake

Brake

This tool can be used to bend sheet metal (no thicker than 16ga steel) at angles up to 135 degrees. Maximum width is 50 inches.

Required Badge Required PPE
Metal 1.png Safety Eye.png Safety Pants.png Safety Hair.png Safety Shoes.png Safety Jewelry.png

Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) documents, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) information, and Operator's Manuals can be found in the Safety and Manuals section.

This machine is covered under the Metal-1 training. Users who have not completed this training cannot use this machine.

Machine Info

This machine is a Jet, model BPB 1650.