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Used with Toolset Units

(Above HP 1 1/2 Unit shown with optional Adjustable Back Gage)

  • Secondary Operations near the Press Brake
  • Work Cell Environments
  • Dedicated Operations
  • Automation
  • Tube Piercing

Power to Punch with...

The most common and cost effective way of punching holes in sheet metal or channel parts is with unitized tooling.  Multicyl offers both short and long stroke cylinders which are designed for the hole punching application as well as standard cages which are designed to accept all the standard models of Toolset Unitized Tooling used commonly throughout industry. 

 Combining Unitized Tooling with standard Multicyls and cages is one of the most cost efficient and versatile methods of creating a hole punching station available on the market, and is currently being used by Toolset's customers in a large variety of industries including automotive, appliance, aircraft, furniture, HVAC, vending machines, and many others.

 What benefits does Multicyl offer over traditional methods of hole punching? 

  • The low capital investment required to purchase a Multicyl system makes for affordable dedicated work station or a versatile press with easy tooling interchangeability.

  •  Multicyl is much safer than a conventional press and is easily reconciled with OSHA safety requirements. 

  • The work cell approach saves time and space position your Multicyl hole punching station next to a larger press, bending, or stamping station.

  • Its benchmount design, compact size, light  weight, and ease of operation (all you need is shop air!) allow the system to be set up anywhere in the plant and moved as needed.

When a series of holes need to be punched in a part, gang punching is an option.  This  can be done by connecting individual stations together into one air control system for simultaneous actuation, or by using a single cylinder with a striker plate to power multiple tooling.

Another common method of hole punching is by using die sets. Multicyl also offers a variety of cylinders and cages that are suitable for powering Toolset die sets.

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