The Sunrise IW-60H hydraulic punch and shear from Hare & Forbes is a multifunction metalworking machine with five separate workstations.

With its 60 tonne rating, this machine is capable of punching steel up to 40mm as standard.

Its capabilities include a 28mm diameter by 15mm plate punch, 350 by 15mm  plate shear and 100 by 100 by 13mm  angle shear, and its separate notching station has a 50.8 by 90 by 8mm capability.

All this is made possible by its powerful 7.5hp 415V motor.

The Sunrise IW-60H hydraulic punch and shear comes complete with six sets of round punches and dies, and a 1 metre length stop with rule.

This cost-effective and productive metalworking machine is made in Taiwan, and comes with a two-year warranty.

Hare & Forbes

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