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No matter how unique your bending application, Wilson Tool can design and manufacture Wilson American Precision press brake tooling to your specifications.
The examples of press brake specials you see here are just a sampling of the unique solutions Wilson Tool has created. If you don’t see a suitable solution, bring your challenging application to our experts and we will work with you to create the best solution.
The 30/60 punch is helpful in reducing the amount of whip-up in the front of the brake and makes it easier to handle the part.
The Curl set involves a three-step process with only one set-up to create a curled shape.
An Emboss or Logo is a permanent way to display a company logo or product name in sheet metal.
Hemming punch and die sets are used to flatten or hem a part after a 30-degree bend has been made.
Radius tools are available in virtually any angle or radius.
The Louver allows you to slit the material prior to forming or to slit and form at the same time, giving you a one-hit solution.
Any profile can be made if it is not already offered as a stock item.
To reduce premature wear, pockets are created in the punch and die to accommodate the diameter of the rod and then hardened for maximum wear life.
When small flanges on large panels need to be bent, a wiping punch and die set is the ideal solution for preventing the panel from whipping up too high.
The Channel set allows a channel to be bent with a single stroke.
Wilson Tool can create any size V opening you require that is not already offered as a stock item.
Form Tools from Wilson Tool allow multiple bends and angles to be bent in a single stroke.
Wilson Tool can create a custom holder for you to add height to a punch or die, change tooling styles, or simply replace an existing holder in a press brake.
A Letter Stamp is a stamping operation that allows chisel point letters to be applied by a press brake.
Also known as Z bends or Joggles, the Offset punch and die set is able to make two bends in one machine stroke.
Mainly used to create rigidity or to match inserts, the Rib tool also helps reduce and avoid tooling collisions.
A window punch and die set is used to create deep boxes, complete enclosures, deep narrow channels or anything that has to pass through the center of the tool.