Forming By Bending


Forming By Bending .

Forming by Bending

Technical Description of Forming by Bending

The experimental set-up enables fundamental experimentation in the mechanics of deformation. Flat rods can be permanently deformed by means of a simple bending device. The necessary deformation work, e.g. to produce a 90° angle, is recorded in the experiment using a force measurement system. A range of different materials and bend radii can be investigated using this experiment. The experiments should be conducted in a workshop environment, as the bending device has to be clamped into a vice. A suitable force measuring device and a wide range of specimens are supplied. The well-structured instructional material sets out the fundamentals and provides a step-by-step guide through the experiments.

Specification of Forming by Bending

  • Experimental set-up for deformation experiments on flat sections
  • Bending device for insertion in a vice
  • Device to measure the deformation forces
  • Rotatable moulding to allow for 4 different bend radii
  • Deformation forces on the lever up to 200N

Technical Data of Forming by Bending

  • Bending device
  • Lever length: 500mm
  • Bend specimens
  • Cross-section: 10x6mm
  • Material: steel, copper, brass, aluminium
  • Force measuring device: 200N
  • Bend radii: R1, R2, R4, R8

Dimensions and Weight of Forming by Bending

  • l x w x h: 640x120x100mm
  • Weight: approx. 10kg

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