BAILEIGH Power Hammer MH-19
Forging Hammers - Electric
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Our best-selling power hammer, the MH-19 is the only metal-shaping tool you’ll need. Built from 1”-thick steel, this USA-made machine can drastically shape panels, planish, and more.
19” throat depth.
16 gauge mild steel capacity.
Variable speed from 0 to 1,500 beats per minute.
You can increase the BPM to hit lightly for planishing and smoothing out dents.
Change the speed in 2 ways: by foot pedal or through the operator panel.
Switch between rigid and non-rigid modes to suit your project.
Pullmax-style mode for short stroke shaping and flanging.
Spring-slapping Yoder-style mode for aggressive shrinking and planishing.
On-the-fly stroke adjustments range from .0175” to .550”.
Runs on 220-volt single-phase power.
Includes starter shrinking and forming dies.
Die sets are available for shrinking, stretching, flanging, and making louvers. You can also create custom dies for the machine.
Tooling design allows you to switch dies quickly for smooth production.
Comes standard with a tooling rack on the side of the machine.
Solid steel plate frame prevents flex, ensures high-quality hits, and helps this power hammer last for many years.
Arrives fully assembled. Just unpack it, plug it in, and get started.
Covered by a 1-year parts warranty.
You can rely on lifetime technical support by phone from our team of experienced metal shapers
You can bolt a planishing hammer attachment to the side of the machine for when you need to finish a piece.
Robust English wheel kit can bring even more versatility to the machine.
Capacity Mid Steel: 16 ga
Capacity Aluminum: 12 ga
Throat Depth: 19"
Speed (variable): 0 - 1,500 Beats per Minute
Stroke: .177" - .550" (adustable)
Height Adjustment: 2"
Motor: 220V, 1Ph
Overall Dim. (inches, LxWxH): 60" x 60" x 48"
Net Weight (lbs.): 1,600
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
NOTE: Data is provided by the manufacturer.
WARRANTY: 1 YEAR – Parts
This machine is listed for sale by Sierra Victor Industries
located in Port Orange, Florida