Bending Film

The use of bending film avoids the risk of imprints on sensitive plate metals such as steel, ground stainless steel, aluminium or mirror V2A / V4A.

The bending film is placed between the workpiece and the die and protects the plate metal from direct tool contact. It consists of polyester or polyamide, is mechanically extremely resilient and can be used for several bending processes. The bending film is easy to handle.

A change can be made quickly and easily. Thanks to the film, the tool is not in direct contact with the material to be bent, so there is no dirtying of the bent profiles. This means that there is no need to rework the plate metal.

See also

Bending with embossing

Bending with embossing is a process where plate metals are completely pressed into the die with great force.

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Bump-bending or step-bending is a CNC-controlled bending process in which plate metals are bent step by step to the desired radius.

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Free Bending

In this Wiki article you will learn how free bending works and how this process differs from other methods.

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