C&T announces it is to sell EasyBender machines in the UK

January 7, 2020

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C&T Channel Matrix (C&T) is to sell EasyBender automatic steel rule processing machines in UK with immediate effect. Manufactured by South Korean company, SDS, these machines will provide die makers with a worthy alternative to other European machinery here in the UK.

 

 

EasyBender R-Pro adds a new dimension to rotary die bending through its multi-diameter adjustability. With the capability to bend rotary rule from 10 to 27 inches inner diameter, this machine provides die makers the flexibility and reliability needed. It features a servo controlled grip feed system for precision, a robust hydraulic cutting system for strength, and a proven bending mechanism. The EasyBender R-Pro automatic steel rule bender produces the most accurate and fully closed bent pieces possible on an automated curved rule bending machine.

 

 

EasyBender NS2 is a fast, accurate and reliable steel rule processor/bender of precise cuts. Its patented bending mechanism, and single linear process, produces rule that fit the die, every time.  EasyBender NS2 can process and bend 1.5, 2, 3, and 4 point rule, up to 2″ high. It features the latest software and a sophisticated new cabinet design. Other features include adjustable height notching, cutting and mitering tools, and in line nicking and broaching.

 

C&T will support UK customers with installation, training and on-going technical support through its team of industry experts, which includes Stephen Williams. Having spent many years working in both a technical and commercial capacity at Arden Dies, Stephen is a highly respected technical sales expert within the UK die cutting and die making industry.

 

Simon Shenton, managing director at C&T Matrix, said: ‘We are delighted to have installed our first machine already in the UK and will be hosting open days throughout 2020 to highlight the many benefits of cost savings and on-going support C&T in partnership with SDS can bring to the UK.’

 

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