LVD Strippit PX-1530 punch press can punch, form, bend and tapClick image to enlarge

The LVD Strippit PX-1530 punch press can punch, form, bend and tap to efficiently complete multiple processes, including complex, three dimensional parts.

With a capacity of up to 200 tools, the ability to use any tool at any angle anywhere on the sheet, and the ability to form flanges up to 75 mm (3 in.) high, this PX-Series machine offers high versatility, says the company.

The Strippit PX single head system provides 20 indexable tool stations able to hold any size tool, up to a maximum tool diameter of 9 mm (3.54 in.). Set-up and tool change time is reduced thanks to the circular tool magazine that allows every tool to fully rotate for total flexibility.

It can bend small boxes, brackets, knockouts, louvers and countersinks with flange heights up to 75 mm (3 in.). Parts at any rotational angle on the sheet can be formed, punched, and bent. These capabilities reduce set-up time and part handling.

An Energy Reduction System minimizes the machine’s power consumption.

The punch press is equipped with the latest LVD Touch-P control, a touch screen graphical icon driven control designed to help easily operate the machine and adjust individual parameters.

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