The Trumpf-Wila press brake tooling is a highly sophisticated piece of equipment that is designed to provide high quality and precision in the manufacturing process. It is used in various industries including automotive, aerospace and electronics.

However, to get the most out of your Trumpf-Wila press brake tooling, it’s important that you understand how each component works together with the rest of its components¬†as explained at These components include:

Back Gauge

This small, rectangular device is mounted at the end of the ram that supports the workpiece during pressing operations. The back gauge ensures that all sides of the part have been pressed equally, so that they have identical shapes and sizes. It also helps maintain alignment between dies and punches throughout the process by providing a reference surface against which dies and punches are indexed before each new stroke.

Tool Clamps

Tool clamps are used to hold your punches, dies and other tools in place while they’re being used on your press brake. They can be adjusted to any position along the ram length and locked into place so they don’t slide around during use. This helps keep everything secure while you’re working on your project and ensures that nothing falls off while you’re cutting metal sheets.

Punches and Dies

The punches and dies are the main parts of the press brake tooling. They are used to cut or bend sheet metal with a high precision. The punches and dies are made from carbon steel or from high quality alloy steel. They have a hard surface finish to provide a good resistance against wear and tear. The base material is heat treated to increase its strength and hardness. The punch has two different types of ends; one is the round end and the other one is the flat end. The round end is used for punching holes in sheet metal while the flat end is used for bending sheet metal into different shapes by using dies.

Hydraulic System

The hydraulic system plays an important role in operating this machine since it provides pressure to each part of this machine so that it can work properly without any issue. It also helps in controlling all functions of this machine such as bending, cutting, punching holes etcetera.. The hydraulic system consists of various components such as pumps, valves etcetera.. Some of these components are supplied by the manufacturer while others are installed by the customer himself..

Control System

The control system is a computerized system that stores all the information and data on the machine. The information includes the program parameters and other important details of the job, such as material thickness, length, width, number of parts etc. The control system is made up of a PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) and HMI (Human Machine Interface).

Ram Frame

The ram frame is a large rectangular steel structure that runs along the length of the press brake machine. It supports all other components, including the ram, saddle, swivel points and tooling. The front part of this structure includes a pair of swivel points to allow the ram to pivot up and down as necessary during use. The rear part includes an attachment point for the actuator to move up and down with the ram during operation.


The workbench is the area where the operator stands during operation. It is usually made of metal and can be adjusted in height. The workbench has a hole in the middle for the ram to pass through and is attached to the ram frame with bolts.


Tooling components can be easily manufactured. They require little or no maintenance, and do not put any additional load on their supporting structures. These components are critical for the optimal performance of the press brake, and it is critical for you to make sure that you have the correct components for your machine. If you do not, it would be a dangerous situation, as the machine could lead to injury or life-threatening situations. However, if you follow these steps and make sure to have all of the necessary components, your machine will work just as intended and you should be safe.


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