CINCINNATI Precision Machinery - sheet metal fabrication machinery specialists...we are here to serve you for all of your sheet metal fabricating machinery Here at CPM we represent machinery for all of your sheet metal fabrication needs - everything from hand tools to lasers, coilines to brakes, notchers to ironworkers and much more. Please give us a call or glance through CINCINNATI Precision Machinery 's site for all your sheet metal fabrication needs.



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Used Sheet Metal Ironworkers

An Ironworker is a class of machines that can shear, notch, and punch holes in steel plate.

Modern systems use hydraulic rams powered by a heavy alternating current electric motor. High strength carbon steel blades and dies of various shapes are used to work the metal. The machine itself is made of very heavy steel to handle the enormous force that can be generated during use. Ironworkers are rated according to the force they can generate in tons; ratings usually start at 20 tons and go as high as 220 tons. Mecanical ironworkers are mostly used in productions with low temperature in winter (up to -20 °C (-4 °F)) and are considered to be faster. Another reason to choose the mecanical construction is when cutting of large profiles (up to 300 mm (12 in) and bigger) is needed. Most hydraulicals can't cut this size. The disadvantages are the higher power consumption (sometimes double for the same job), the noise and the safety concerns.

Our inventory is continually being updated, if you do not see what you are looking for please call our office, a salesperson will be happy to assist in finding the right new or used machinery for your shop needs. CINCINNATI Precision Machinery 513-860-4133.


Amada Spartan 180 Ton Ironworker

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Item #1752-SPAR

  • Manufacturer: Amada Spartan
  • Model: IW180DX
  • Capacity: 180 Ton
  • Electrics: 460V- 3PH / 230V
  • Dual Cylinder Operation
  • Work Light
  • 5 Work Stations:
    • Punch - 180 Ton x 20" Throat
    • Angle Shear - 8" x 8" x 3/4" Steel
    • Flat Bar Shear - 30" x 3/4" Steel
    • Bar Shear - Round & square 2 1/4" Steel
    • Notcher - 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" x 5/8" steel (Currently not working)
  • Hydraulic Hold down for flat shear
  • Channel Web Die Holder
  • Operation Manual Included
  • Tooling Not Included
  • Approx. Dimensions: 107"L x 35"W x 79"H
  • Approx. Weight: 11,000 Lbs
  • Approx. New List Price: $70,000.00+
  • Location: OFFSITE - In Ohio



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