I'm new to sheet metal work and have been exploring what seem to be the many ways of bending sheet metal. It seems like there are 1) traditional brakes (http://www.bii1.com/images/new/brake/HB-12016.jpg) 2) box & pan brakes (which allow you to remove parts of the bending-edge to create perpendicular bends) and 3) vice/press-brake style brakes, where you push the metal into a form via a pressured vice/brake.
I'm looking for a ~24" brake to make sheetmetal boxes (thin guage - less than 0.10") about the size of a shoebox. Because of this requirement, it seems like a need a box & pan brake to allow for removable teeth?
Does such a product exist in ~24"? I've seen 48"+, but that's too big.