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Added: Apr-14-2012 
By: figatomek
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Tags: How they make it, Hebo Machines, Hydraulic machines,
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  • Last time this was posted made me want to buy a few machines.

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  • It seems like a steel at that price

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  • Love to know how many pounds of pressure that can put out

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    • @njscott21569

      I'm no expert, don't know much about these at all.

      I did however sell a massive Access Control job to a "press plant"...

      They had machines punching out different metal pieces by the thousands.

      Their machines were also Much bigger and those were putting out about 60 - 70 tons/sq Inch.

      (about the wieght of a tank sitting on a single square inch. That's how I wrapped my head around that number)

      They actually had Coils of Raw metal stringing into these machines to be p More..

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    • @figatomek. Thanks Fig, that was a good way to put it into perspective. We are always getting some kind of steel cut for our businesses and like a little kid, i always have to watch :) Shear machines are the best! lol

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  • Oh man, I would love to have a set up like that.

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  • That convinced me I am going to buy all four machines on Monday morning.

    That sure beats using the forge anvil and hammer.

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