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                              We have two of the largest CNC brake presses in Canada – a 1500 ton x 16’ press in our Sudbury facility and a 2000 ton x 16’ press in our Mississauga facility, both built in Canada by Accurpress.  We also have a 750 ton x 10' Accurpress, also built in Canada, in our Mississauga facility.  Using these machines, our experienced technicians have revolutionized the design possibilities for cold forming high hardness steel.  Examples of our innovative work includes bumping and cold forming 2.5” thick HS 500 and 0.75” thick x 122” wide HS 550.  All of our machines have a programmable automatic backgauge.

                              Accurpress 750
                              • CNC controlled 750T brake press with 10’ bed
                              • 12” throat depth with 98” between frames
                              • 12" ram stroke length

                              Accurpress 1500  

                              • CNC controlled 1500T brake press with 16’ bed
                              • 20” throat depth with 166” between frames and 149” between cylinders
                              • 14" ram stroke length
                              Accurpress Accell 2000
                              • CNC controlled 2000T brake press with 16’ bed
                              • 22.5” throat depth with 150” between frames
                              • +/- 0.001” positioning ram accuracy
                              • 14" ram stroke length 
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