Grizzly   |  Model: G5769
48" Pan & Box Brake - 16 Gauge
Price: $625.00
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Grizzly G5769 - 48" Pan & Box Brake - 16 Gauge

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This 48" capacity Pan & Box Brake is suitable for many metal forming operations. Includes plenty of 2", 3", & 4" sizes & are easily removed or repositioned. The bed & beam are precision aligned & two independent cam action levers raise the beam well above the bed. A large counter balanced handle makes brake operations from 0° to 135° easy for all day use. This bench type Pan & Box Brake is fully trussed for rigidity & long life.

Features:

  • Hardened steel box fingers
  • Left & right beam control levers
  • Large counter balanced brake handle
  • Brakes from 0° - 135°
  • Finger sizes of 2", 3", & 4"
  • Fully trussed for strength & precision

    Specifications:

    • Maximum capacity: 48"
    • Maximum height of pan/box sides: 3"
    • Number of each box finger size: 2"(5), 3"(6), 4"(5)
    • Footprint: 52" x 12"
    • Mild Steel Gauge: 16 gauge at half width, 18 gauge at full width
    • Approx. shipping weight: 335 lbs.
    • Construction:
      • Brake: steel with hardened edge
      • Frame: welded steel
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    Looks good from a distance!
    5/ 5stars

    I received my box and pan brake promptly after ordering it and was excited to get it uncrated and put it to use. I was pretty sure it would need a few adjustments before I could use it, but upon inspecting it closer I discovered that the left side of the upper clamping bar would not adjust back past the bending leaf. \r\nI tried everything I could think of to get it set properly but there was just not enough adjustment in the cam that allows the operator to move it back and forth for different material thickness. I finally ended up grinding the welds loose on the bar that holds it in place and moved it back and welded it in place so it could be adjusted correctly. \r\nALL of the welding on this machine is terrible also and if it were something I had built I would not have shipped it in this condition. It does look good from a distance though and the paint job and machine work is very nice. Now the paint looks bad where I had to repair it, but it works very well now.\r\n

    better than I expected
    5/ 5stars

    The break is better than I expected and I am able to bend with great precision

    Value better than expected
    5/ 5stars

    Setting up was easier than instructed. Packaging & shipping, 2nd day to Atlanta well crated. Very impressed with brake, more than I expected. SIX STARS !!

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