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How to Make Your Own Hydraulic Brake Press

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[Article Summary]: To build your own hydraulic brake press, it requires knowledge of metal fabrication and mechanical engineering as well as accessing all necessary ……

how to make your own hydraulic brake press

To build your own hydraulic brake press, it requires knowledge of metal fabrication and mechanical engineering as well as accessing all necessary materials and tools.

Hydraulic systems use incompressible liquid to transfer massive amounts of force. A hydraulic pump transfers this force from its reservoir to the cylinder.

Frame

If you plan to build your own hydraulic brake press, then a sturdy frame made of steel will be essential. It must support the weight of both ram and die, while being capable of easily bending large sheets of metal. Furthermore, your frame should include a motor, oil pump, oil filling valve and control system; with mechanical energy from your motor being used to power hydraulic pressure generation by oil pump. Finally, liquid pressure is then converted into kinetic energy that drives ram driving mechanisms; finally the control system ensures everything runs smoothly.

Workbench for Hydraulic Brake Press

The workbench of a hydraulic brake press comprises of two vertical plates connected by hinges that are supported by oil cylinders, equipped with tool holders for bottom dies to form an effective connection. Furthermore, vibration-free construction makes this part of the hydraulic press an essential feature.

Servo motor

A servo motor is an essential part of the hydraulic brake press as it provides power to operate the ram and to control its positioning during bending. This ensures accurate and effective bending, as well as reduced damage to workpieces or misalignment between ram and workpiece.

Punches and Dies

Punches and dies of a hydraulic brake press are used to shape sheet metal, typically made of steel. Customization options exist depending on each job; for instance, "coining" requires high tonnage forces be applied so as to compress the metal into an image of its die. Although often associated with currency coins, this technique can also create other shapes from metal.

Install a New Hose on a Brake Lever

Before installing a new brake lever hose, first ensure the lever is positioned so it is lower than the end of the hose to avoid fluid loss during installation. Next, use an adjustable spanner to tighten up its compression fitting on its banjo end of the hose for proper functioning. Be sure to abide by the manufacturer's recommended torque. When using a Hope, Avid, or Hayes lever, make sure that you strip back approximately 8mm of braided outer hose before cutting with a hydraulic hose cutter. Once this step has been taken, remove the brake lever assembly and route its hose towards where it will be attached to the handlebar. Next, clamp a calliper using an old handlebar so its bleed screw points up, before assembling your new hose - taking care not to twist it while doing this or risk damaging its integrity!


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