Individual sheet metal component showing internal corner radius form
Complex sheet metal components can be produced using the flexibility of standard tooling with CNC punch presses. These brackets are typical of the type of sheet metal work that we produce all the time. These parts have been punched out using round tools for the holes, a series of squares and rectangles for the cut outs and outer profiles. A special corner radius tool has been used to produce the radius ended fingers. The flexibility of a Trumpf CNC punch press enables us to turn any tool through 360 deg so we can produce all the features with very few tool changes saving time and money when producing sheet metal parts.
These parts were then edge de-burred and bent up using a Trumpf 7036 CNC press brake. If you want us to take a look at any of your sheet metal projects and produce some prices for you please just give us a call or send an e-mail with the drawings.