Press brakes are used to bend and fold metal by pressing it into a die. There are several types of press brakes. Examples include a hydraulic press brake, folding equipment, bending machine, press brake tooling, CNC brake press, and a sheet metal press brake. A hydraulic press brake is designed for both specialized sheet metal work and continuous production applications. A hydraulic press brake is designed to handle tough industrial production jobs from single-cycle operations to automated cell components. Folding equipment can be used to stiffen new metal panels that would otherwise flap around, and to put lips on pieces of sheet that would normally need screws passed through the front face. A bending machine forms angles in sheet metal. Press brake tooling is used in cold-forming metal sheets or strips into desired sections. A CNC brake press is a computer numerically controlled, fully automated brake press with extensive bending capacity and networking function. A sheet metal press brake is used to bend and form sheet metal. Other press brakes are commonly available.