PERFECTION DIES FOR TOP PERFORMANCE

The name PERFECTION has a real and important meaning to us. Our aim is, and always has been, to achieve perfection in the engineering and production of both standard and special press brake die designs.

The very exacting requirements of modern industry are a challenge to precision engineering; yet at PERFECTION every product is guaranteed to perform as specified by the customer.

The material in our dies is a high carbon steel designed to resist compression and abrasion. It assures better performance and longer service and can be heat treated or not, as per customer specification.

PERFECTION’S complete stock of standard dies.. the largest on the West Coast… assures an answer to the needs of industry, large and small.

Whatever your need, you can order a PERFECTION Press Brake Die to meet them. The experience and know-how of PERFECTION’S entire organization is at your disposal, prepared to work with you in any way that may be of service.

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday: 7:00 am – 3:30 pm
Tuesday: 7:00 am – 3:30 pm
Wednesday: 7:00 am – 3:30 pm
Thursday: 7:00 am – 3:30 pm
Friday: 7:00 am – 3:30 pm
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

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SAFETY WARNING

PERFECTION MACHINE & TOOL WORKS designs and manufactures general and special purpose press brake dies that, with proper guarding, will safely produce parts for our customers.

Our dies are intended to be used in press brakes that are in compliance with safety standards described and illustrated in the American National Standard for Machines (Safety Requirements for Power Press Brakes) ANSI B11.3 which covers “safety requirements for construction, care and use of power press brakes.”

It is understood that Perfection Machine & Tool Works cannot ensure that the press brake operator is properly trained and that the press brake complies with safety regulations. It is the employer/user’s responsibility to meet the requirements of ANSI B11.3 and of all Local, State, and Federal safety codes that apply.

We offer these press brake dies to be used only as described in A.N.S.I. B11.3 “safety requirements for power press brakes.”