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Hydraulic Shear

OEM Manufacturer of a wide range of products which include fixed rake angle hydraulic shears, hydraulic guillotine shearing machine, nc - gulliotione shearing machine, guillotine shearing machine and hydraulic guillotine shearing machine.

Fixed Rake Angle Hydraulic Shears

Fixed Rake Angle Hydraulic Shears
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Approx. Price: Rs 6 Lakh / PieceGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Plate Thickness6 - 16 mm
Back Gauge Travel750 mm
Rake Angle1.30 - 2
Motor Power10 - 25 mm
Hyd Oil200 - 500 L
Length3040 - 4320 mm
Width1610 - 2050 mm
Height1620 - 2230 mm

General Overview

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.

The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A Schematic Showing Positive (Left) and Negative (Right) Rake Angles.

 

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is no

t very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.

Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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Hydraulic Guillotine Shearing Machine

Hydraulic Guillotine Shearing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 7.5 Lakh / nosGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 nos
ApplicationShearing Machine
Shearing Thickness6 MM x 3000 MM
Max Shear Thickness1-2 mm, >6 mm, 3-4 mm, 5-6 mm, 4-5 mm, 2-3 mm
Material to be ShearedStainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Iron, Copper, Aluminum
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Back Gauge Range750
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm, 1-2mm, 3-4mm
Motor10 HP

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 6 MM X 3000 MM
  • Delivery Time: Ex- Stock
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NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine

NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 15.25 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing machine
Product Type10 Mm x 2500 mm
Length3095 mm
Material to be ShearedCopper, Iron, Carbon Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel
Max Shear Thickness5-6 mm, 3-4 mm, 4-5 mm
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm, 3-4mm
Cutting Capacity10 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 10 MM X 2500 MM
  • Delivery Time: Ex- Stock
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NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine

NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 7.45 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing Machine
Product Type6 Mm x 2500 Mm
Length3085 mm
Cutting MaterialIron, Copper, Aluminium, Stainless Steel
Operation ModeAutomatic
Max Shear Thickness5 to 6 mm
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Strokes per min28-8

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 6 MM X 2500 MM
  • Delivery Time: Ex- Stock
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Guillotine Shearing Machine

Guillotine Shearing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 12.95 Lakh / notGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 not
ApplicationShearing Machine
Product Type10 MM x 2500 MM
Max Shear Thickness5-6 mm, >6 mm, 4-5 mm
Material to be ShearedCarbon Steel, Iron, Stainless Steel, Copper, Aluminum
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod3-4mm
Back Gauge Range750
Capacity10 MM x 2500 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 10 MM X 2500 MM
  • Delivery Time: Ex- Stock
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NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine

NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 38 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing Machine
Product Type16 MM x 3000 mm
Material to be ShearedStainless Steel, Copper, Carbon Steel, Iron, Aluminum
Max Shear Thickness5-6 mm, 4-5 mm
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod3-4mm, 2-3mm
Cutting Capacity16 mm
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GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 16 MM X 3000 MM
  • Delivery Time: Ex- Stock
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NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine

NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 15 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing machine
Product Type10 Mm x 2000 mm
Length2595 mm
Material to be ShearedStainless Steel, Iron, Aluminum, Copper, Carbon Steel
Max Shear Thickness4-5 mm, 5-6 mm, 3-4 mm
Max Shear Width1000-2000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm
Cutting Capacity10 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 10 MM X 2000 MM
  • Delivery Time: Ex- Stock
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Hydraulic Guillotine Shearing Machine

Hydraulic Guillotine Shearing  Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 13.25 Lakh / notGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 not
ApplicationShearing Machine
Product Type10 MM x 3000 MM
Max Shear Thickness5-6 mm, 4-5 mm, 2-3 mm, 3-4 mm, 1-2 mm
Material to be ShearedStainless Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Iron
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod3-4mm
Back Gauge Range750
Capacity10 MM X 3000 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 10 MM X 3000 MM
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NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine

NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 16.45 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing machine
Product Type10 Mm x 3000 mm
Length3595 mm
Material to be ShearedCopper, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Iron, Carbon Steel
Max Shear Thickness5-6 mm, 3-4 mm, 4-5 mm
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod3-4mm, 2-3mm
Cutting Capacity10 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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Approx. Price: Rs 5.65 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing Machine
Product Type4 MM x 2500 MM
Length3060 MM
Material to be ShearedAluminum, Stainless Steel, Copper, Iron, Carbon Steel
Max Shear Thickness4-5 mm, 3-4 mm
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm, 3-4mm
Cutting Capacity4 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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Approx. Price: Rs 35 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing Machine
Product Type16 MM x 2500 MM
Material to be ShearedCarbon Steel, Copper, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Iron
Max Shear Thickness3-4 mm, 4-5 mm, 5-6 mm
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod3-4mm, 2-3mm
Cutting Capacity16 MM
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GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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Approx. Price: Rs 6.6 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC- Shearing machine
Product Type6 MM x 2000 MM
Length2585 mm
Material to be ShearedStainless Steel, Copper, Iron, Aluminum
Max Shear Width1000-2000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm, 3-4mm
Cutting Capacity6 MM
I deal inNew Only

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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Approx. Price: Rs 7.65 Lakh / notGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 not
ApplicationShearing machine
Product Type8 MM x 2000 MM
Shearing Thickness8 MM x 2000 MM
Max Shear Thickness>6 mm, 2-3 mm, 5-6 mm, 4-5 mm, 3-4 mm, 1-2 mm
Material to be ShearedCopper, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Iron
Max Shear Width1000-2000 mm
Back Gauge Range750
Suitable For Welding Rod3-4mm

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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Approx. Price: Rs 11.25 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing Machine
Product Type8 MM X 2500 MM
Length3085 MM
Material to be ShearedAluminum, Copper, Iron
Max Shear Thickness4-5 mm, 3-4 mm
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod3-4mm
Cutting Capacity8 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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Approx. Price: Rs 6.25 Lakh / notGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 not
ApplicationShearing machine
Product Type6 MM X 2000 MM
Max Shear Thickness5-6 mm, 4-5 mm, 3-4 mm, 2-3 mm, 1-2 mm
Material to be ShearedAluminum, Copper, Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Iron
Max Shear Width1000-2000 mm
Back Gauge Range750
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm, 1-2mm, 3-4mm
Capacity6 MM X 2000 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine

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Approx. Price: Rs 12.45 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing machine
Product Type8 MM X 3000 MM
Length3585 mm
Material to be ShearedAluminum, Iron, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper
Max Shear Thickness2-3 mm
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm
I deal inNew Only

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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Approx. Price: Rs 5.75 Lakh / notGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 not
ApplicationShearing machine
Product Type4 MM x 2500 MM
Shearing Thickness4 MM x 2500 MM
Max Shear Thickness4-5 mm, 1-2 mm, 3-4 mm, 2-3 mm
Material to be ShearedAluminum, Carbon Steel, Copper, Iron
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Back Gauge Range750
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine

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Approx. Price: Rs 4 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing machine
Product Type4 MM x 2000 MM
Length2560 mm
Material to be ShearedCarbon Steel, Iron, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Copper
Max Shear Thickness5-6 mm, 4-5 mm
Max Shear Width1000-2000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod1-2mm, 3-4mm
Cutting Capacity4 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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Hydraulic Guillotine Shearing Machine

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Minimum Order Quantity1 not
ApplicationShearing machine
Product Type6 MM X 2500 MM
Shearing Thickness6 MM X 2500 MM
Max Shear Thickness4-5 mm, 2-3 mm, 3-4 mm, 1-2 mm
Material to be ShearedAluminum, Stainless Steel, Copper, Iron, Carbon Steel
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm
Back Gauge Range750 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine

NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 8.95 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC- Shearing machine
Product Type6 MM x 3000 MM
Length3585 mm
Material to be ShearedCopper, Stainless Steel, Iron, Aluminum, Carbon Steel
Max Shear Thickness3-4 mm, 2-3 mm, 4-5 mm
Max Shear Width2000-3000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod3-4mm
Cutting Capacity6 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 6 MM X 3000 MM
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NC - Gulliotione Shearing Machine

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Approx. Price: Rs 10 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
ApplicationNC Shearing Machine
Product Type8 MM x 2000 MM
Length2585 mm
Material to be ShearedCopper, Aluminum, Iron, Stainless Steel
Max Shear Thickness5-6 mm
Max Shear Width1000-2000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm
Cutting Capacity8 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 8 MM X 2000 MM
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Hydraulic Guillotine Shearing Machine

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Approx. Price: Rs 4.15 Lakh / notGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 not
ApplicationShearing Machine
Product Type4 MM X 2000 MM
Max Shear Thickness1-2 mm, 3-4 mm, 4-5 mm, 5-6 mm, >6 mm, 2-3 mm
Material to be ShearedStainless Steel, Iron, Carbon Steel, Copper, Aluminum
Max Shear Width1000-2000 mm
Back Gauge Range750
Suitable For Welding Rod2-3mm
Capacity4 MM X 2000 MM

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 4 MM X 2000 MM
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Hydraulic Guillotine Shearing Machine

Hydraulic Guillotine Shearing Machine
  • Hydraulic Guillotine Shearing Machine
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Approx. Price: Rs 8.5 Lakh / notGet Latest Price

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 not
ApplicationShearing machine
Product Type10 MM x 2000 MM
Shearing Thickness10 MM x 2000 MM
Max Shear Thickness5-6 mm, >6 mm
Material to be ShearedIron, Copper, Carbon Steel, Aluminum
Max Shear Width1000-2000 mm
Suitable For Welding Rod3-4mm
Back Gauge Range750

GENERAL OVERVIEW :-

Shearing, also known as die cutting, is a process which cuts stock without the formation of chips or the use of burning or melting. In strict technical terms, the process of “shearing” involves the use of straight cutting bladesorm of sheet metal or plates, however rods can also be sheared. Shearing-type operations include: blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming.
The machine used is called a squaring shear, power shear, or guillotine. The machine may be foot powered (or less commonly hand powered), or mechanically or hydraulically powered. It works by first clamping the material with a ram. A moving blade then comes down across a fixed blade to shear the material. For larger shears the moving blade may be set on an angle or “rocked” in order to shear the material progressively from one side to the other; this angle is referred to as the shear angle. This decreases the amount of force required, but increases the stroke. A 5 degree shear angle decreases the force by about 20%. The amount of energy used is still the same. The moving blade may also be inclined 0.5 to 2.5°, this angle is called the rake angle, to keep the material from becoming wedged between the blades, however it compromises the squareness of the edge. As far as equipment is concerned, the machine consists of a shear table, work-holding device, upper and lower blades, and a gauging device. The shear table is the part of the machinery that the workpiece rests on while being sheared. The work-holding device is used to hold the workpiece in place and keep it from moving or buckling while under stress. The upper and lower blades are the piece of machinery that actually do the cutting, while the gauging device is used to ensure that the workpiece is being cut where it is supposed to be.

 

A schematic showing positive (left) and negative (right) rake angles.

The design of press tools is an engineering compromise. A sharp edge, strength and durability are ideal, however a sharp edge is not very strong or durable so blades for metal work tend to be square-edged rather than knife-edged. Typical workpiece materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, and mild steel because of their outstanding shearability ratings, however, stainless steel is not used as much due to its tendencies to work-harden.
Other types of geometrical possibilities include the squaring shear, angle shear, bow-tie shear and bar shear. All of these have many different uses and are all used regularly in certain manufacturing fields.

 

We have with us rich industry experience in successfully handling the demands of precision engineered and optimum functionality based range of Shearing Presses. These are designed and developed to shear plates with clean square edges. Further, these come with close working tolerances with options of different rake angles. With our capability of offering these in different sizes, the superior box construction of these Shearing Machines provides in them desired structural rigidity.

Here, our rich industry experience allows us to offer these machines in customized finish specifications so as to meet client’s specific work process requirements. Further, the offered machines being powerful and at the same time simple to operate, these come with most hold- down and shearing capabilities than any other industrial shear machine available in the market.

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  • Production Capacity: 10 MM X 2000 MM
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