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Ermaksan has raised the bar with their massive 18m x 3m x 6kW Fiber Laser with CNC Bevelling cutting head for manufacturing tapered light poles.

The Fibermak G Force Laser features a two-axis Precitec cutting head that can rotate +/- 45 degrees. This makes it possible to prepare the longitudinal edge for welding which translates to enormous saving in prodcution time of each pole.

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Aluminium Saws are suitable for cutting non-ferrous materials. Ferrous or non-ferrous refers to the iron content in the material.

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For higher volume cutting with repetitious lengths, an automatic band saw might be the right solution. The MEP range of Automatic bandsaws is Shark NC 5.0.

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For short runs across a variety of materials, a manual bandsaw or hydraulically controlled gravity feed steel bandsaw is ideal for steel fabrication.

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For higher volume cutting across a variety of lengths and materials with mitring capability, a semi-automatic band saw is ideal.

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Beam Lines for Structural Steel Fabrication In structural steel fabrication, most Australian fabricators will each pay very close to the same per ton for their steel the labour rate and rent in their area will also be similar.

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For higher volume cutting with repetitious lengths, an automatic Cold Saw or High-Speed Saw might be the right solution.

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For low volume cutting of steel sections up to 130 x 80mm, a manual cold saw or sometimes referred to as a Brobo Saw, is still a worthwhile machine for most steel fabrication workshops.

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For higher volume cutting of steel sections up to 130 x 80mm, a semi-automatic Cold Saw is ideal. A cold saw uses a resharpenable high-speed steel circular blade rotating at less than 90 RPM.

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Cut to length lines, sometimes referred to as Coil Lines can automatically produce flat sheet, cut to length and width directly from the coil.

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You will probably only buy one maybe two Pedestal Drills in your lifetime, and since it is an essential tool in your workshop save yourself a lifetime of frustration and invest in a quality machine.

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Why deburr? To remove sharp and dangerous burrs on metal and produce smooth edges. Deburring leads to safer material handling, and paint adheres better, and importantly smooth edges reduce potential liability to your business.

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Metal Cutting Guillotine for material less than 4.0mm In the 70s and 80s, the legendary John Heine 108B (2.5m x 3.0mm)Guillotine dominated Australian sheet metal shops. This beauty cut at a rate of 55 Strokes per minute (SPM), today if you aren't careful, some of the cheap machines on the market are as slow as 12 SPM.

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Metal cutting Guillotine for mild steel thicker than 4.0mm Due to the uptake in lasers and large capacity plasma cutting machine, there are not as many sold as ten years ago. However, they still have a valid place in workshops across Australia. If your product is a straight-sided steel plate, it is still the most economical way to cut.

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Duct Fabrication Machinery Accurately produced sheet metal duct is crucial for HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) systems to work as intended. Manufacturing duct, although largely standardised components is one of the most challenging fields in the sheet metal industry.

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Fiber In the 1980s CO2 Laser arrived in Australia and revolutionised sheet metal processing. And, just as its predecessor the CNC Turret Punch had replaced scores of John Heine Power Presses with their pillar and bush die sets, the CNC laser cutting machine was about to show the Turret Punch the same exit. See you later and don't let the door hit you on the way out.

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In the early 80s, we worked with many sheet metal startups and usually their first or second investment was a manual panbrake or folder. Often a locally produced Kleen or Hyclass. When they evolved to higher volume or were looking to produce better quality products, they inevitably turned to a Press Brake.

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There is no industry in Australia where CNC Plasma Cutting Tables are more ubiquitous than duct fabricating shops. They are usually one of the first significant investments made by HVAC business owners, and they provide the fastest ROI of any machine in their workshop.

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Selecting the correct plate bending machine is a minefield. As you know, no machine can roll right up to the edge of the plate. The leftover straight section at the beginning and end of the plate is often called the green. The green presents a challenge, and in the machinery world, it is what separates the cheaters and the champions.

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In Australian metalworking shops, the Press Brake is one of the most ubiquitous sheet metal working machines. An accurate, versatile and reliable machine is paramount to your workshops productivity.

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CNC Control has revolutionised most aspects of steel fabrication and processing. Consider a Laser, Punch Press or Press Brake, in most cases once the foreman has run a test sample of the material and made a few corrections, from there, mostly unskilled labour can start to produce.

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Power Machinery started in 1972 primarily buying and selling used machinery. And even though over the years, demand for used machinery has gradually declined, we still can't get it out of our system.

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Power Machinery Pty Ltd specialises in the sales, service and repair of machine tools for the sheet metal and fabrication industry.

Established in 1972, we bring a wealth of experience from some of the world’s leading machine tool manufacturers.

Our sales staff and engineers look forward to utilising that knowledge and their many years of collective experience to assist Australian manufacturers become more efficient.

For most purposes, a man with a machine is better than a man without a machine