Piranha PII Dual Operator Steelworker
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Piranha PII Dual Operator Steelworker gives metal fabricators outstanding quality and innovative features. Every Piranha provides quality work, saving time in set up, adaptability and versatility through a wide range of tooling, and factory engineering support. The Piranha Single Operator range are capable of performing most applications. However, when two simultaneous operations are required (e.g. punching and notching) a dual operator steelworker fits the bill.
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|w/o Die Block|
|Platen Table Size (D-W)||280 x 1000mm||410 x 915mm||510 x 255mm||610 x 915mm|
|Hole Size (Max. Material)||26mm (25mm)||35mm (32mm)||38mm (25mm)||27mm (13mm)|
|Max. Hole Size (Material)||127mm (5mm)||127mm (8mm)||127mm (6mm)||127mm (6mm)|
|Plate Shear||6010mm Long||520mm Long||N/A||N/A|
|20 x 200mm||25 x 350mm|
|15 x 300mm||20 x 450mm|
|6 x 610mm||12 x 500mm|
|Angle Shear||125 x 125 x 10mm||150×150||N/A||N/A|
|**w/ special blade||**100 x 100||x16mm|
|Round (min. to max.)||6 to 38mm||12 to 50mm|
|Square (min. to max.)||13 to 25mm||12 to 35mm|
|(Max.)||70 x 100 x 10mm||100x150x10mm|
|Bending Attach. (std.)||Optional||Optional||Optional||N/A|
|(Optional Length)||600, 915,||450, 600, 915,||450mm|
|Strokes Per Minute||19 @ 25mm||24 @ 25mm||16 @ 25mm||30 @ 3mm|
|Optional Speed-Up Kit||N/A||N/A|
|Work Station Height||1041mm||1118mm||1067mm||1041mm|
|System R/V bar||241||241||197||345|
|Fluid Capacity (Liters)||75||151||114||114|
|Motor Std. 230/460 3 Ph.|
|1800 RPM||7kW 3 Ph.||14kW 3 Ph.||7kW 3 Ph.||7kW 3 Ph.|
|Opt. Phase & Voltage|
|Dimensions (Net)||965 x 2286||965 x 3048||1219 x 1524||2388 x 1903|
|W-L-H Approx.||x 1829mm||x 2159mm||x 1829mm||x 1702mm|
- Punch Station
The urethane strippers keep the material flat to ensure a better quality punch. The shorter stroke ensures faster productivity and with no adjustments required results in an efficient and easy to use production.
- Shearing Station
The urethane hold-downs clamp and unclamp the material automatically with each stroke ensuring faster productivity. Unlike other conventional steelworkers the parts remain clamped during the entire shearing cycle to ensure a more accurate result. The complete clamping cycle promotes longer blade life making it much more cost effective.
- Shearing Visibility
Much easier to line up a cut line to the shear blade as the operator has a direct line of sight.
- Shear Blade
The low rake angle shear blade results in flatter parts being produced at a better quality. Piranha provide four shear edges on each blade to enhance cost efficiency and blade longevity.
- Angle Shear
The floating upper blade seats in the centre of the angle eliminating distortion ensuring the cut piece does not deform.
- Coper Notch
The low rake angle blade keeps the part flat and under control during notching process.
- Bending Attachment
The open ended attachment allows the angle to bent easily.
- Installing the Attachment
The dovetail slide makes the bending attachment easy to install.
- Ease of Use
All attachments and stations are at the same height making it easier to use. No need to adjsut the feed table height between stations.
- Pipe/Tube Bending Attachment
- Channel Die Block
- Bending Attachments – Optional sizes range from 300 – 1120mm
- 28XX Punch Attachment
- Press Brake Tooling Holders
- Quick set Gauging Tables – Fast set-up for punching multiple holes. Includes plate & angle-gauging guide bars. With left and right hand extensions available in 1.5m and 3m lengths.
- Channel Shear
- Bar Bender – Up to 65mm depending on available tonnage with adjustable die for different radii.
- Mechanical Backgauges
- Electrical Backgauges
- 38mm Oversize Punch Attachment
- Roller Feed Tables
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