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INDUCTION BENDING

There are quite a few different induction bending machines and induction heat sources on the market. The common theme between all of the equipment is how the material is heated. When the metals are subject to induction bending, they are heated externally (from the outside of the material and the heat transfers through the material to the inside of the material) using copper induction coils. The heat zone (heated area) is typically a fairly narrow circumferential area (2” – 6”), which matches the width of the induction coils that are being used to heat the material. Induction heat sources are extremely accurate in their ability to control the temperature of the material. Materials are heated using high frequency induced electrical power.


Companies using induction heat for bending will typically slowly move material through an induction heating coil and bend materials incrementally (in small increment sections) or they will use a fixed radius arm arrangement to reach a desired radius.


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