In Booth N-6471, Scotchman Industries®, Inc. (Philip, SD) is thrilled to announce their latest and greatest 50 ton hydraulic ironworker. The new 5014-ET has taken the 5014-TM, 3-station turret model to a whole new level. This new 50 ton ironworker now comes standard with a new, improved electric stroke control that makes this machine more precise than ever. Upgrading this 5014-ET ironworker to a fully electric stroke control increases its accuracy and reduces the mechanical linkage which extends the life of the machine. Bending parts on this 50 ton is now as accurate as any other ironworker in the industry and is backed by Scotchman’s Best-in-the-Business warranty.
The 5014 ET is proudly made in America with many standard features and equipment, including an angle shear that will shear up to 4 in x 4 in x 3/8 in angle iron and a flat bar shear that can shear ¾ in x 4 in to ¼ in x 14 in. The new electric stroke control with remote foot pedal and punch slug receptacle are standard features at the same affordable price as the 5014-TM model. This machine also features a rectangle notcher that will notch up to 2-1/2 in x 3 in on 5/16 in material. With its component tool table design, it has the ability to accept optional equipment, such as the 12 in press brake, rod shear, square tube shear, picket tools, pipe notcher, and special tooling, which is also available. Scotchman offers a complete line of American-made ironworkers ranging from 45 tons to 150 tons of hydraulic pressure – quality, power, and versatility a shop can count on!
Scotchman Industries, Inc., 180 East US Highway 14, PO Box 850, Philip, SD 57567-0850, 605-859-2542, Fax: 605-859-2499, www.scotchman.com.
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