Tube Bending Equipment

A reliable source for Tube Forming information and leading Tube Forming Companies

The computerized equipment ensures that the finished product is efficient and high quality. Modern technology, most specifically the use of CNC machines, has made it possible to produce high volume, close tolerance, tubular metal parts quickly and inexpensively. Read Moreā€¦

Tube Bending Equipment Tube bending equipment is used to bend tubes and pipes using computer-controlled machines.

Leading Manufacturers

Waterbury, CT  |  800-516-0307

Our company can manufacture tube forming machinery that is ideal for you! Your satisfaction is guaranteed when you select our functional items. These premier tube forming machines adhere to extensive testing to ensure that they are fully capable of handling your tasks. We take sustainability very seriously which is why we work hard to develop energy efficient processes. Call us today for more information!

Request A Quote

Torrington Machinery Inc. $$$

Sturgis, MI  |  269-651-9393

We promise that all of our solutions are safe, accurate, flexible, timely and cost effective. Over the years we have reduced our manufacturing time which has resulted in savings for our customers. We are continuously researching the latest innovations in our industry. These uncompromising items are engineered with your applications in mind. Our unprecedented tube forming machinery is very affordable and long-lasting.

Request A Quote

Burr Oak Tool Inc. $$$

Winona, MN  |  507-452-2182

As a manufacturer and distributor of pipe bending machines since 1922, we produce pipe benders that can bend angle iron, conduit, flat stock, pipe, round, square and tube. Our large capacity UniversalĀ® benders are consistently chosen for their rugged construction, versatility and ease of set up.

Request A Quote

Hossfeld Manufacturing Company $$$

Ayr, ON  |  519-740-6035

CMP Automation provides quality turnkey tooling solutions in small diameter tube bending & related factory automation. As a leading OEM in the automotive tubing industry, our specialty is in process machinery & systems. This includes dedicated tube bending machines, tube end forming machines, robotic integration, loading & unloading systems for CNC benders & tube bender control systems.

Request A Quote

CMP Automation Inc. $$$

Wickliffe, OH  |  440-278-7200

Globally renowned innovator of many firsts for custom pipe & tube bending machinery & bending techniques. Products include Hydraulic Rotary Benders, End Finishing Equipment, Vertical Compression Benders, CNC Benders, & Extrusion Benders & Controls for complete pipe or tube bending systems. Worldwide reputation in tube bending machinery. Pines Technology guarantees excellent equipment performance.

Request A Quote

Pines Engineering $$$
placeholder image Torrington Machinery Inc. Burr Oak Tool Inc. Hossfeld Manufacturing Company CMP Automation Inc. Pines Engineering

Tube bending can be done using both cold and hot working processes. Often the process alters the mechanical properties of the original material. Tube bending equipment is used to supply products to the agricultural, construction, aerospace, automotive, electrical and medical industries, all of which depend upon several lengths and strengths of tubing in everyday operations.

A tube fabricator can offer several standard shapes for tube bending, such as squares or circles, in addition to a wide range of custom tubing shapes. Tube bending is a widely available specialized service. The particular method used to bend the tube often varies according to the industry; some common processes include press, rotary, mandrel, and roll bending.

Press bending is used on cold tubing and uses a die which is pressed against the tubing to form it into the desired shape. This process can cause some deformation of the tube cross section, so it should only be used when a consistent cross section is not necessary. Rotary bending is the most commonly used technique for tube bending. This method utilizes die sets to precisely bend tubing into very aesthetically pleasing shapes and bends. With rotary draw benders, complex bends can also be reliably reproduced.



Mandrel bending is another option for forming tubes, and this process uses a metal rod, or mandrel, to provide extra support to the tubing. The rod is inserted into the tube while it is being bent to prevent cracking and wrinkling. Lastly, roll bending requires the use of a series of rollers to gradually bend tubes into the desired shape.

Tube Bending Equipment Informational Video