5-Axis Backgage
Backgage Upgrades
 

Backgage Upgrades Include the Following:

  • Installation of a new 5-axis backgage
  • A limited Planned Maintenance Service inspection on the CINCINNATI Press Brake.
  • Backgage demonstration.
  • One-year parts and labor warranty.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Press Brake Backgage Upgrades

With a press brake control upgrade, you can also upgrade to a 5-axis backgage.

This offers another productivity enhancement that reduces setup times and allows for complex part gaging. The powerful 1-2 combo of both upgrades will give your already durable and accurate CI press brake many more years of service and when bought in combination, you receive a 10% discount of the price.


CNC 5- Axis Backgage Specifications

The low profile backgage provides independent control of two front-to-back (X1, X2) axes, two left-to-right (Z1, Z2) axes and one up-down (R) axis.

Horizontal

  • Front-to-back range ..........  0 - 24”
  • Three alternate gage points, 40” max
  • Positioning speed ..............  1200 IPM
  • Positioning accuracy .........  + .001”
  • Positioning repeatability ....  + .001”

Vertical

  • Height Range .................... 8”
  • Low Position ............   .5”-8.5”
  • High Position ...........  3.25”-11.25”
  • Over the Top Position…5”-13”
  • Positioning speed ..............  300 IPM
  • Positioning accuracy .........  + .005”
  • Positioning repeatability ....  + .003”

Lateral

  • Left-to-right range .............  Varies based on machine length
  • Positioning speed ..............  3000 IPM
  • Positioning accuracy .........  + .015”
  • Positioning repeatability ....  + .015”
INCLUDES
  • Two gage finger bases, two step fingers, two solid fingers
  • Steel rear guarding with electrically interlocked gate
  • Gage modes: Standard, Independent, Taper
  • Graphical Gage Finger Library
  • Flange correction dialog
  • Automatic Z-axis position calculation
  • Closed loop servo drive systems provide fast precise locked-in gage positions
  • One year parts and labor warranty
CAPACITY
The backgage is designed to process up to 1/4" thick material that can be handled by one or two operators. The dual drive has exceptional stability under load and ensures low wear on critical drive components. Thicker materials weighing up to 150 pounds, but not requiring a crane assist, can be processed when reasonable care is exercised.

Additional Upgrades Available