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Horizontal press brake is a machine tool used for bending and shaping sheet metal. The machine consists of a hydraulic press that is positioned horizontally, with the bed of the press serving as the base for the workpiece. The sheet metal is positioned on the bed and held in place with a clamping system. The press brake then applies force to the sheet metal, bending it to the desired angle. Horizontal press brakes are often used for creating precision bends in long, narrow workpieces, such as those used in the production of metal cabinets or enclosures. They are capable of bending a variety of materials, including steel, aluminum, and copper, and can be used to create a range of shapes and sizes. Horizontal press brakes are typically operated using computer numerical control (CNC), allowing for greater precision and accuracy in the bending process.