Guillotine shears(97)

The traditional technique of sheet metal cutting is called shearing. This processing is carried out by machines called shears. The guillotine shear essentially consists of two blades, a fixed blade placed in the lower part of the machine and on which the sheet of sheet metal is placed in order to be cut, and a mobile blade placed on the upper part which is operated by hydraulic pistons also operated by a hydraulic unit. The shears, moreover, are also composed of a device called sheet support, which allows the material to be held still during processing. A last device always present in this type of machinery is represented by the adjustable guides that allow the sliding of the sheet metal. The guillotine shears vary according to the size of the blades that can reach up to 6 meters in length and according to the thickness that can cut with cutting capacity up to 30 mm. In large shears, the upper blade is not always straight but has a slight curvature, this curvature is intended to reduce the effort of the machine during cutting using the so-called "scissor effect". For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How the guillotine shear works".

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Used HACO HSLX 4100 x 13 guillotine shear

M2003755332
Under Power
Good
HACO
HSLX 4100 x 13
2000
€ 30.000,00
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Used HACO HSLX 3006 guillotine shear

M2003755213
Under Power
Good
HACO
HSLX 3006
2006
on request
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Used HACO TS 306 guillotine shear

M2003755118
Under Power
Good
HACO
TS 306
1989
on request
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Used OMAGATTI 3000 mm x 5 mm guillotine shear

M2003717947
Visible
Good
OMAGATTI
3000 mm x 5 mm
to be verified
on request
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Used RIBOLDI 2550 x 3 guillotine shear

M2003652675
Under Power
Good
RIBOLDI
2550 x 3
to be verified
on request
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Used FINSOMAC HGN guillotine shear

M2003653035
Under Power
Good
FINSOMAC
HGN
to be verified
on request
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Used Colgar 2000 X 20 guillotine shear

M2003649369
Under Power
Good
Colgar
2000 X 20
to be verified
on request
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Used FARINA CFO 306 guillotine shear

M2003645234
Under Power
Good
FARINA
CFO 306
to be verified
on request
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Used FARINA CFO 308 guillotine shear

M2003645155
Under Power
Good
FARINA
CFO 308
to be verified
on request
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Used MALCO Ds4 guillotine shear

M2003626675
Visible
Good
MALCO
Ds4
to be verified
on request
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Used BL 2000X4MM guillotine shear

M2003625209
Visible
Good
BL
2000X4MM
2000
on request
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Used Amada GPN 840 guillotine shear

M2003607185
Under Power
Good
Amada
GPN 840
1995
on request
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Used HACO 3000 x 6 guillotine shear

M2003606850
Under Power
Good
HACO
3000 x 6
to be verified
on request
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Used LVD HST 4000 x 6 guillotine shear

M2003606275
Under Power
Good
LVD
HST 4000 x 6
2002
on request
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Used LVD MVB40/4 guillotine shear

M2003606156
Under Power
Good
LVD
MVB40/4
1982
on request
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Used Durmazlar JDHGM 3006 guillotine shear

M2003606061
Under Power
Good
Durmazlar
JDHGM 3006
1997
on request
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Used ERMAKSAN CNC HVR 3100 x 6 guillotine shear

M2003604727
Under Power
Excellent
ERMAKSAN
CNC HVR 3100 x 6
2006
on request
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Used Atlantic Haco ATS 3006 guillotine shear

M2003604501
Under Power
Excellent
Atlantic Haco
ATS 3006
2008
on request
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Used HACO TS 3006 guillotine shear

M1903598486
Under Power
Good
HACO
TS 3006
1989
on request
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Used PEARSON 3048 x 25 guillotine shear

M1903597091
Under Power
Good
PEARSON
3048 x 25
to be verified
on request
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The traditional technique of sheet metal cutting is called shearing. This processing is carried out by machines called shears. The guillotine shear essentially consists of two blades, a fixed blade placed in the lower part of the machine and on which the sheet of sheet metal is placed in order to be cut, and a mobile blade placed on the upper part which is operated by hydraulic pistons also operated by a hydraulic unit. The shears, moreover, are also composed of a device called sheet support, which allows the material to be held still during processing. A last device always present in this type of machinery is represented by the adjustable guides that allow the sliding of the sheet metal. The guillotine shears vary according to the size of the blades that can reach up to 6 meters in length and according to the thickness that can cut with cutting capacity up to 30 mm. In large shears, the upper blade is not always straight but has a slight curvature, this curvature is intended to reduce the effort of the machine during cutting using the so-called "scissor effect". For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How the guillotine shear works".