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100 Ton Ironworker

Peddinghaus has shaped today’s ironworker standard with a minumal footprint, versatile function, universal design and powerful punching technology. The PeddiWorker meets the needs of fabrication shop detail work, both large and small.

Hydraulic Ironworker Machine

Quality in the Details

With the 100 ton hydraulic press, the PeddiWorker is easily able to punch and shear heavier steel. Perfect for miscellaneous projects with angle, flat, square or round bar stock.

Quality in the Details

Robust Build for Longevity

As for all Peddinghaus machines, this ironworker follows suit by withstanding the test of time. Where it all started, is not an uncommon sight to see a Peddinghaus steelworker from the early 1900s still in operation within a fabrication shop. No ironworker boasts the track record of durability as Peddinghaus does.

Robust Build for Longevity

Length Stop

Perfect for mass production, the length stop feature on the PeddiWorker diminishes guesswork for a constant operator feed.

Length Stop

Notching and Bending

Additional notching and bending tools add even more versatility to this ironworker. The notching end includes a worktable with guide rails for more convenient work.

Notching and Bending
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PeddiWorker

Hydraulic Ironworker Machine

Tonnage: 100 Tons

Your Everyday Ironworker

100 Ton Ironworker

Peddinghaus has shaped today’s ironworker standard with a minumal footprint, versatile function, universal design and powerful punching technology. The PeddiWorker meets the needs of fabrication shop detail work, both large and small.

Quality in the Details

Quality in the Details

With the 100 ton hydraulic press, the PeddiWorker is easily able to punch and shear heavier steel. Perfect for miscellaneous projects with angle, flat, square or round bar stock.

Robust Build for Longevity

Robust Build for Longevity

As for all Peddinghaus machines, this ironworker follows suit by withstanding the test of time. Where it all started, is not an uncommon sight to see a Peddinghaus steelworker from the early 1900s still in operation within a fabrication shop. No ironworker boasts the track record of durability as Peddinghaus does.

Length Stop

Length Stop

Perfect for mass production, the length stop feature on the PeddiWorker diminishes guesswork for a constant operator feed.

Notching and Bending

Notching and Bending

Additional notching and bending tools add even more versatility to this ironworker. The notching end includes a worktable with guide rails for more convenient work.