The AD-R series utilises the same frame as the Durma top range models and offers greater daylight (530mm), stroke (265mm) and throat depth (410mm) than the previous models. Bending lengths vary from 1 250mm on the 1260 model to 6 050mm on the 60400 model. Respective bending forces are 60 and 400 tons. The speed of movement through the axes is also much improved and new CNC control options complete the upgraded package. There are 18 models in the range.
Highlights of the AD-R range include: long double guides for easy and accurate moving of the top beam; CNC operation of the back gauge in the x-axis; easily adjustable sliding front arms for fingertip lateral adjustment; Euro-style Multi-V toolholders with quick release clamping; manual or motorised crowning on all machines.
Control options comprise the Durma Easy Bend, which offers a simplified screen format and a minimum of keys, along with easy-to-follow bending steps. An upgrade to the Durma CNC Advantage is also possible, offering automatic bending sequences, offline programming, motorised crowning, tandem working and up to 85 x 12 step programmes. A DNC 880S control unit is also available, featuring a 10 inch TFT colour screen, 2D display with multi-simulation capability and Windows XPe for multi-tasking and file management.
For further details contact Durma South Africa on TEL: 011 865 4090 or visit www.durma.co.za