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    175BX10 ram guide/slide broken. Press brake ram guide/slide question.

    We have a cincinnati 175bx10 in our shop and through maintenance discovered one of the guide plate that sandwhiches the ram guide is broken and has part way worked itself out of the ram guide gap. It has been operating for an unknown amount of time this way and the machined surfaces of the guide do not appear damaged, but does anyone know if this is a typical repair and what it entails? At first glance it would appear to access the plate would require ram removal. Any experience with this? Can post pictures. Thx.

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    Re: 175BX10 ram guide/slide broken. Press brake ram guide/slide question.

    Contact: https://www.e-ci.com/ Cincinnati Inc. they make Shears and laser cutters etc.
    They are not related to Cincinnati Screw & Tap Co. (1884) > Cincinnati Milling Machine (1889) > Cincinnati Milacron (1970) > Cincinnati Unova (1998) > Cincinnati MAG (2003) > Cincinnati Fives-MSI (2013)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwood View Post
    Contact: https://www.e-ci.com/ Cincinnati Inc. they make Shears and laser cutters etc.
    They are not related to Cincinnati Screw & Tap Co. (1884) > Cincinnati Milling Machine (1889) > Cincinnati Milacron (1970) > Cincinnati Unova (1998) > Cincinnati MAG (2003) > Cincinnati Fives-MSI (2013)
    Cincinnati is very pay as you go tech support based, so any suggestions on forums for press brakes?

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    Re: 175BX10 ram guide/slide broken. Press brake ram guide/slide question.

    Your Post should be in: CNCzone® > Forum > MetalWorking Machines > Bending- and Punching Machines (Not in Cincinnati CNC)

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