Bend-Tech headed out to the 2021 SEMA Show to display and showcase their CNC tube production machine and the capabilities of their software. In addition, Bend-Tech also had two vehicles on display showcasing what their products can do.
“Attending and displaying the Bend-Tech Dragon at SEMA is a milestone for us,” Mitch Eigenberger, General Manager of Bend-Tech explained. “It is one of the rare events where we can connect with so many of our existing customers and partners, as well as introduce ourselves to potential new customers. If you sell fabrication equipment, this is the place to be.”
The Bend-Tech Dragon machines are capable of CNC plasma cutting tubes which gives manufacturers and vehicle chassis builders an edge over the competition. The A250 is a CNC tube and pipe plasma cutter that cuts round in lengths of up to 21 feet. The A400 is a production-grade CNC tube and pipe plasma cutter which can cut round, square, rectangle, angle, and channel in lengths of up to 24 feet.
“SEMA 2021 was an awesome event for Bend-Tech,” Eigenberger said. “We haven’t heard the official attendance numbers yet but can certainly attest to strong booth traffic and interest. The team at Bend-Tech had a great time at the show and are already planning how we will make an even bigger appearance next year.”
On display at the show was a 1969 Ford Bronco built by OMF Car Craft which utilized Bend-Tech’s software to design its roll cage. Also on display was Bend-Tech’s sponsored Class 2000 truck which utilized the software and the A400 to produce its roll cage.
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