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...mitigate the risk factors to optimizing press uptime at this Midwest metalformer, where investing in new controls is part of an improvement plan, not just a means of cost avoidance. Aging controls not only had become difficult to maintain, they simply could not support the company's move to in-die sensing and quick-die-change technology.
Here's a process-control approach to ensuring stamping quality during production.
Designed to complement servo presses, servo-controlled hydraulic cushions promise fine-tuning to produce better parts, save presses from shock, reduce scrap and tame tough steels.