CNC Press Brake has large, open height and stroke.

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Ranging from 150 ton x 10 ft to 363 ton x 13 ft, DIAMOND ULTRA has up to 7.87 ips approach speed and up to 5.9 ips bending speed to foster quick operations. Features include 25.6 in. back gauge stroke with max second and third programmable stops to 42.6 in.; 13.8 in. standard stroke (175 ton model); Fiessler safety PLC; Siemens electronics; and Hoerbiger valves. Heavy-duty, adjustable solid steel front linear-guided support arms come with mm/in. scales, ball transfers, and front gauge stops.



Original Press Release:



DENER, MC Machinery Introduce New Flagship Press Brake



Wood Dale, IL –  MC Machinery Systems Inc., in partnership with DENER, is pleased to introduce the new DIAMOND ULTRA CNC press brake. The ULTRA is the pinnacle of DENER’s entire machine line up, each featuring more speed, open height, and versatility, all at a great price.



The ULTRA features a large, open height and stroke, and range from 150-ton x 10 ft. to 363-ton x 13 ft. in size. The up to 200 mm (7.87 in.)/s approach speed and up to 15 mm (5.9 in.)/s bending speed translate into quick operations, and the 650 mm (25.6 in.) back gauge stroke with maximum with second and third programmable stops to 1082 mm (42.6 in.). And the 175-ton model features a large, 350mm (13.8 in.) standard stroke.



Siemens electronics and German-made Hoerbiger valves promise quality, and the heavy duty, easy-to-adjust solid steel front linear guided support arms promise longevity. These arms come with mm/in. scales, ball transfers and front gauge stops.



Linear guided Z1 and Z2 back gauge fingers come standard, as do Fiessler safety PLC for checking conditions and easy connection of future optional CNC devices, including laser light beam for finger protection.



Work area interiors feature LED lights, and a 15-in. ESA 550 color touch screen comes with Windows XP Pro and 40 gigabytes of memory. Plus, 3-D movie simulation and still images are available from off-line Diamondsoft CAD/CAM.



Mitsubishi’s superior products are backed by industry-leading service and support. With regional satellite service locations across the country, our localized service teams can respond instantly.



Since introducing the first laser cutter to the US market, in 1987, Mitsubishi Laser has occupied dominant positions in engineering, electronics, manufacturing and product development. For more information, contact MC Machinery Systems, Inc., 1500 Michael Drive, Wood Dale, IL 60191, Phone: 630-616-5920 or visit www.misubishi-laser.com.



Matt Reynolds

PR Manager, Technical Writer

LoSasso Integrated Marketing

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