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12" UTE #250-STRAIGHT-O-MATIC system, CNC straightener, adjustable tooling stations, #10122

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General Specifications


Max.Bar/Pipe/Tube Dia.: 12.000" Max.Bar/Pipe/Tube Dia.
Manufacturer: Ute
Model: 250-STRAIGHT-O
Stock #: 10122
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Dealer Information


Yoder Brothers Machinery
10559 Geiser Rd
Holland, OH 43528
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Contact: Ryan Yoder
Tel: 419-269-2000
Cell: 419-461-6665
Email: yoder@yoderbrothersmachinery.com

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Detailed Product Description


12" UTE STRAIGHT-O-MATIC 250 STRAIGHTENER: STOCK #10122

MODEL: 250
SERIAL #: 93002
LENGTH OF STRAIGHTENING DIE: 12"

The Model 250 Straight-O-Matic system is designed to straighten flat or irregularly shaped metal parts, stampings, bars, forgings, or castings – with or without offsets or projections, before or after heat treating. It performs substantially higher production rates than required for hand or press straightening, and can be run by unskilled operators.

Parts can be out of straightness in varying amounts and at different locations and will be brought within the same straightness tolerance. No measuring before or after is required, other than occasional quality control check. The straightening action of the machine moves the parts beyond their elastic limit – and brings them back to a straight condition. This also stress relives the parts so that they retain their straightness.

The Model 250 Straight-O-Matic system consists of basic machine with adjustable tooling stations that will accommodate a variety of parts. The side plates of the machine are actuated by rotary cams, which transmit alternate reciprocal strokes to the tooling stations.

Maximum bending moments, set as desired, are first gradually decreased until the tooling returns to a straight position. At this point, the tooling automatically opens, allowing removal of the straightened part and allowing another bent part to be inserted easily without force.