Procter Machine Safety invests in press braking technology


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Procter Machine Safety has invested in new machinery that will increase production capacity and enable the business to meet the growing demands and requirements of its customers.

Continuing its position as the leading specialist designer and manufacturer of machine guards, the Trumpf TruBend 5130 press brake combines innovative technology with precision and will further increase capacity and efficiencies to an already extensive production capability.

Press brake technology

Procter Machine Safety invests in press brake technology

John Procter, Director of Procter Machine Safety, commented: “Our customers expect the best, most cost-effective service possible. This latest investment is a clear indication of our commitment to producing custom-design guards that meet all safety standards, support high productivity and are maintenance-friendly and aesthetically pleasing.

Customers trust our capability and expertise, and this quality and attention to detail is something the company prides itself on being known for. This new machinery will ensure that we not only retain our market-leading position but build on it further for both new and existing markets around the world.”

Craig Elsey, CNC Programmer, added “I’m very excited about this purchase. The machine itself is very capable of doing what our business expects with our complicated parts. The software allows us to break down complex 3D models into individual parts, enabling the operator to fold the part correctly the first time, every time.”

Please get in touch if you have any questions about machine guarding standards or if you would like to discuss your requirements for custom or modular guards, whether those are close-fitting guards, perimeter guards in steel or aluminium, or standard guards for workshop machinery such as pillar drills, lathes and milling machines.

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