Press Brake Videos
CINCINNATI Press Brakes
In this video you will get an overview of our Press Brake models and features. View our Press Brake Models
GOFORM Series Press Brake Overview Video
The Goform is the perfect solution for small parts, up to ¼” thick and less than 50 pounds. This machine can be easily moved with a fork truck or overhead crane and put into production without being anchored to the floor. The work height is adjustable so operators will be comfortable sitting or standing. With the Goform, you can adapt to changing plant layouts and work flows. Learn more about the Goform Series Press Brake.
Moving a Press Brake Has Never Been So Easy
In this video, learn how easy it is to move the compact, Goform Electric Press Brake. Learn more about the Goform Series Press Brake.
CI Solution - Deep Part Forming
This 175 ton Maxform is equipped with extended stroke and throat to allow for deep box bending.
Maxform Series Press Brake- 3 Parts in 3 Minutes
This demonstrates how quickly an operator can change over jobs on a Cincinnati press brake. In this demonstration, the operator does 3 parts in 3 minutes.
MAXFORM Series Press Brake Pan Out View
The Maxform press brake is CINCINNATI's high-end press brake and this short video shows a 90 ton model with the 6-axis LT backgage in operation.
PROFORM + Series Press Brake Pan Out View
This is a short video that shows a pan out view of the Proform+ Series Press Brake.
Press Brake 5-Axis Backgage
The 5-axis backgage is optional on the Proform+ Series and standard on the Maxform Series Press Brakes.
Press Brake 6-Axis Backgage
This is the front view of the 6-axis backgage available as an option on the CINCINNATI Maxform Series Press Brake.
Touchscreen Control Demonstration
All of our press brakes feature a standard touchscreen Human Machine Interface (HMI) control.
We are one of a handful of U.S.-based, build-to-order machine tool manufacturers, and have shipped more than 50,000 machines in 100 years of operation. From our modern 500,000-square-foot plant and technical center on an 80 acre campus near Cincinnati, Ohio, we engineer and build our machines to the standard of ruggedness required in the North American market – with premium engineering features that stand up to years of rigorous use in demanding environments.