Cleveland Punch and Die can handle all of your tooling needs for the Piranha Ironworker. We stock the entire stripper assembly for the Piranha, which includes the punch holder, die block, urethane strippers and the smaller component parts. Our products are proudly 100% made in the U.S.A. We provide the highest quality steel and our parts are machined from a piece of raw material so that they last much longer than the competition. Please give us a call at 800-451-4342 or email us at email@example.com for a quote for your P-50, P-65, P-90 and P-120 and we will get back with you immediately.
Monday, February 22, 2016
Cleveland Punch and Die manufactures standard and custom Picket Tooling for the ornamental iron and residential fence industry.
CPD picket tooling is stocked in our F-26 punch and our F-62 die. Our stock tooling generates a 60 degree picket on square tubing, but we can manufacture any specific degree per our customer's request. We stock picket tools for use with 1/2", 5/8", 3/4" and 1" square tubing. It is important to remember when you are punching a hole for a square picket to pass through, you will need a hole slightly larger than the picket itself. For example, if you are trying to pass a 1/2" square picket through a piece of material, we recommend you punch a 17/32" square hole to allow the picket to pass through the material adequately.
Cleveland Punch has also recently manufactured a custom picket tooling set for fabricating aluminum residential fence. This tooling package was customized to fit the customer's machine and job specifications. You can use it for round or square-shaped posts and pickets. Call your Cleveland Punch representative today for any picket tooling needs.
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Cleveland Punch and Die’s corner radius tooling is perfect for punching a radius on the corner of square or rectangle material. We stock 3/8, 7/16, ½, 9/16 and ¾” corner radius punch and die sets and special sizes can be manufactured upon request.
Corner radius tooling is easy to use. First, place the punch and die in your ironworker as you would a standard shape. After the punch and die are in the machine, jog the punch down so the guide is slightly above the die. At this point, make sure the punch and die are aligned properly. Once they are aligned, tighten the coupling nut, die block and the setscrew on the die. During the corner radius punching process, the guide of the punch will stay in the die at all times. This will reduce run time and ensure accuracy on each radius. The stroke of the punch can be controlled by the limit switch on your ironworker.
Remember, Cleveland Punch always recommends using PunchEasy lubricant to reduce galling and increase life of each punch and die.
Watch the corner radius tooling in action in the following video!
Friday, February 12, 2016
Thursday, February 4, 2016
Cleveland Punch offers quantity discounts on a variety of punches and dies for Edwards, Geka, Piranha Ironworkers and many more. If you have a large job or are looking to stock your inventory give us a call or email us and see what discount we can offer you! Call us at (800) 451-4342 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org