30 August 2021

Third pressbrake in two years for Belia

belia subcontractor sheet metal fabrication

The relationship with Belia srl is set to become one of increasing mutual trust. A young, dynamic company, with a desire to grow and achieve ever higher levels of quality.


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It is with great pleasure that we have created this X-Press 30/1250 press brake: a compact and fast machine for bending large batches of small parts quickly. The X-Press 30/1250 joins the pool of press brakes purchased by Belia in recent years.

sheetmetal press brake in stock

In 2016 an X-Press 100/3000, followed in 2020 by two more machines in a short succession: an X-Press 80/2000 and an X-Press 165/3000.


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This new press brake is small in size but large in capabilities: the 200 mm stroke and 400 mm bench-to-ram open height are as good as those of larger machines. The CNC-controlled 2-axis backgauge (X-R) is equipped with fingers with an additional stop to increase the positioning depth. Thanks to the F function, the fingers are pneumatically unlocked and brought to the front beyond the bending line. From this position, the operator can conveniently move them manually to the desired location.

in stock hydraulic pressbrake

In order to bend a large number of parts without operator fatigue, Belia has chosen the Ergonomics Package: a set of adjustable table tops combined with a stool that helps to maintain a correct posture. In this way we help operators to perform their work efficiently and safely.

To reduce energy consumption, we installed the energy-saving Stand-by system, which shuts down the main motor during periods of inactivity after a programmable time interval. Pressing the pedal restarts the press brake and it is immediately operational again. The CNC is a powerful Delem DA-66T, supported by Profile Lite TL 2D offline software for office programming. On board the numerical control is the Industry 4.0 Package, which collects process data via a network of sensors. The data is then sent to the company’s information system, where it can be used to characterise materials and optimise the workflow.

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