Ironworkers are a class of machine that are able to perform the tasks of an assortment of other machines. They are able to shear, notch, and punch holes in steel plate and angle iron. Modern ironworkers are hydrualic-driven and powered by and electric motor. Ironworkers typically have 4 stations where they can shear flat plate, angle iron, round and square bar stock as well as punch plates, angles, i-beam and channel iron.
The versatility of these machines are particularlly useful in fabrication and metalworking shopts with minimal space for mutiple machines and a need diverse functionality.
When bigger is better, use 241 The Edwards 241 Punch Assembly accommodates punch and die sets in various shapes and sizes from 1" through 4". This tooling can be used to punch large holes and slots in anything from sheet metal to plate to steel beams. Shown with optional Oblong Punch and Die Set. Contact Edwards for pricing and availability of the 241 Punch and Die Set to meet your needs.
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