New Line of Servo Presses

May 1, 2011

Stamtec, Inc., Manchester, TN, introduces its new CF1 series of servo presses, replacing the standard electric motor, flywheel and clutch/brake with a high-torque, low-RPM servo motor. Proprietary press controls designed specifically for the servo presses achieve a variety of stroke-length and slide-movement profiles, while supplying full working-energy capacity even at low speeds. This allows the user to perform a variety of jobs in one press, such as drawing, restrike and warm forming, and easily adapt to automation and feed applications. In addition, user-defined motion curves allow as many as 20 various segments in a cycle curve, defined by slide position, speed, and pause duration parameters.

Stamtec: 931/393-5050; www.stamtec.com
Industry-Related Terms: Drawing, Forming
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See also: Stamtec, Inc.

Technologies: Stamping Presses

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