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article image Punching, bending, forming, tapping, contour cutting, and engraving, in one machine.

HEADLAND Machinery will display a range of leading edge manufacturing and sheetmetal machine tools at National Manufacturing Week - Austech 2004, in Sydney in June.

Headland Machinery has been a premier supplier of capital equipment and engineering services to the industry for more than fifty years, offering expertise in a variety of applications including laser cutting, plasma cutting, punching, bending, grinding, insertion and sawing as well as CAD/CAM software solutions.

Included in Headlands product range are two new innovative technology additions to the company's range of machine tools; the TRUMPF TRUMATIC L 6050 and the TRUMATIC 3000 ROTATION.

The TRUMATIC L 6050 laser machine is designed for cutting oversize parts in maxi-format and can be used wherever long and wide sheet metal parts need to be manufactured; house fronts, structural steel construction, shipbuilding, tank construction and the commercial vehicle industry all are viable applications.

The new TRUMPF TRUMATIC 3000 ROTATI0N also recently released, delivers punching, bending, forming, tapping, contour cutting and engraving in one machine.

This machine tool is an enhanced version of the TRUMATIC 500 R, integrating new forming tools for straight lines and curves; laser quality on inside and outside contours; and producing flaps, extensions and threads.

The latest offering in press-brake technology is the enhanced version of TRUMPF's premier bending tool from the TrumaBend V-Series, encompassing multiple axis, innovative back gauge design and rapid tool changes.

The development emphasis of this new machine has been in four-cylinder technology, ensuring no bulky cylinders project into the bending area, improving cycle time by up to 30 percent.

Headland Machinery will be displaying a range of new leading edge machine tools and insertion technology as well as conducting live demonstrations and production simulations at Austech 2004.

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