LVD’s Synchro-Form automatically maintains angular consistency and the required geometric profile when handling, positioning and bending large parts with multiple bends. The system overcomes the problems of accumulative error and trial-and-error bending when forming large profiles.

How does adaptive forming technology advance large-profile bending? By Steven Lucas, press brake product manager, LVD

Machine design, tooling and programming software combine to make today’s punch press capable of complex forms. By Dan Caprio, punching product sales manager at LVD Strippit

LVD’s Flexible Automation for Punching (FA-P) system for its Strippit-PX series of punch presses offers advanced load/unload, part picking and a large area for stacking punched parts directly onto the allocated pallet.

LVD’s new Cadman-SDI module simplifies 2D and 3D CAD file import and calculation of cost drivers so users can quickly and accurately create job estimates.

We take a look at how a sheet metal machine tool builder worked with a laser OEM to build a fibre laser machine. By Andy Sandford of Sticklebacks Communication, for LVD




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