Cutting edge machines from Epic Industries


Epic Industries has been building and supplying solid reliable sheet metal and plate working machinery in Australia for more than 30 years.

The company designs solid, reliable and competitively priced machinery including hydraulic press brakes, hydraulic folders and pan brakes and guillotines.

Hydraulic Press Brakes range from 2500mm to 6000mm, from 60 ton to up to 150 ton.

Guillotines range from 1260mm x 2mm up to 6020mm x 13mm.

Hydraulic Folders and Pan Brakes are available from 1260mm x 2mm, up to 4020mm x 6.5mm mild steel.

Australian made Epic Machines are built to last and are easy to operate.

Epic uses top quality hydraulic components and parts, including Australian designed and made electronics.

You can inspect Epic Industries’ machinery at its state-of-the-art factory at Picton, southwest of Sydney.

Epic Industries Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 4677 2877

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