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Miro Manufacturing Adds Large High Precision Press Brake

Miro Manufacturing has advanced its fabrication capabilities with the purchase of a SafanDarley H-Brake Ultra 360-ton CNC press brake. "The machine is one of the most accurate high tonnage press brakes in southeastern Wisconsin," said a company spokesperson. "It enhances Miro's overall ability to provide complete fabrications, from laser and waterjet cutting through forming and welding."

"The E-Bend L Blue angle measurement system on Miro's new press brake is what sets this machine apart from others," added the spokesperson. The system is designed to maximize accuracy and efficiency with two blue lasers that constantly monitor and adjust the machine to produce a final product with the highest angle precision. Combined with an integrated operator safety system, these features allow for a faster bending process and shorter production time for Miro's customers.

Add an electrically powered CNC table to aid with the handling and forming of sheet goods and large parts and CNC controlled laser line projection to produce the complete forming center. Miro President Jeff Brown commented, "The tonnage, size and features of this new press brake allow Miro to form parts that many of our competitors cannot."

Green technology is built into Miro's new 14' press brake. The Start/Stop feature automatically switches off the main motor when the machine is running in idle, minimizing energy consumption and reducing carbon dioxide emissions.

For more information contact:

Miro Manufacturing, Inc.

201 Sentry Drive

Waukesha, WI 53186


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