Authorized Dealer of Scotchman Industries Machines
Distributor of Hydraulic Ironworkers Manufacturing Machines & Equipment
In the fabrication shop, maintenance department, or vocational school, hydraulic ironworkers from Scotchman help save time, increase productivity, eliminate waste, and create clean, smooth cuts and holes. Dan's Machine Tool, Inc. is proud to provide the complete line of Scotchman ironworkers for our California customers. We carry the Porta Fab 45 Component Tool ironworker. Highly adaptable and dependable, it accepts a wide range of standard tools that includes pipe notchers as well channel, rod, and tube shears. Fully integrated models such as the FI 8510-20M are also available. These products have a long list of standard features, including an 85 ton punch station, keyed punch ram for safety, electric remote foot pedal, and much more. And the DO 70/110-24M is a dual operator model that allows for two operators to work at the same time with full capacity, and features our versatile tool table design.
To learn more about the hydraulic ironworker machines that we carry from Scotchman, please contact us directly.
IRONWORKER WHITE PAPER
With different styles, tonnages, and functions -- searching for a new ironworker can be overwhelming. But buying the right ironworker is easy if you have all the information you need. That's why we've created a document that will guide you through the buying process. Factors to Consider When Selecting an IronworkerYou know an ironworker is vital to the operation of your metal fabrication business. Capable of punching, bending, notching, and shearing metal in mere seconds, the hydraulic metal-blasting machines revolutionize your processes. But how do you decide which ironworker is right for you? What kind of metal are you bending, shearing or punching? Which metal fabrication tools do you need? Our free Factors to Consider When Selecting an Ironworker whitepaper will guide you through these factors:
Versatility - How many different jobs will you be doing? We'll tell you how to pick an ironworker that can do everything you need. With available tooling such as tube shears, channel shears, pipe notchers, V notchers -- we'll help you decide what you need and what you don't.
Safety - What safety features do you need? We'll describe in depth the features to look for, including safety guards, meeting ANSI B 11-5 standards, minimizing machine movement with stroke control, and more.
Quality - How do you know how much to spend on an ironworker to get the right quality? It depends on what you're working with. We'll tell you how to factor in hydraulic pressure, tonnage and other aspects.