This week, MetalForming
editors bring you the first of our monthly Technology Focus newsletters
as we highlight servo-driven presses. First introduced about 20 years
ago, these presses offer improved control during the feed cycle and
stroke adjustment, which allows for long feed lengths, dwell time and
the manufacture of complex stampings.
capacity ranging from 3150-8000 kN, the Nidec Arisa GS2 Servo Press
Series offers proven servo technology, performance and flexibility found
in the full portfolio offering from Nidec Arisa. A trusted brand in the
global metal forming industry, and one of the earliest innovators with
servo technology, Nidec Arisa has a demonstrated history and
installation base on five continents.
Precision Spray Control technology, from Spraying Systems Co.,
ensures the proper volume of lubricant is applied, even when line/press
speeds or dies change. Precision application eliminates waste of costly
lubricants and quality problems caused by inconsistent coverage.
Maintenance downtime due to oil mist is eliminated, worker safety is
improved and operating costs are decreased.
The AMUG Conference brings a unique experience to additive manufacturing (AM). Designed to facilitate information exchange between AM users, the conference brings together individuals of all experience levels that wish to do more with the technology. What makes the AMUG Conference different is the openness of attendees and willingness to share. March 22 – 26, 2020.
Since 1969, Heyco Metalshas rolled out high-precision, light-gauge coil and strip. Now celebrating its 50th anniversary,
the company excels in copper, copper alloys and stainless steel as it
continues a proven commitment to pristine surface quality, short lead
times, exact specifications and unparalleled value for customers.
Kick off 2020 with a must-attend, info-packed event, the Metal Stamping and Tool & Die Conference, January 28-29 at the Nashville (TN) Airport Marriott. Presented by the Precision Metalforming Association in association with MetalForming
magazine, the conference features keynote presentations, educational
breakout sessions for stamping and tool and die, exhibits and a
networking reception for more than 200 attendees and sponsors. Track
sessions feature new, emerging, evolving and maturing technologies and
industry trends that are impactful to metal-stamping, die-design and
two-day program in Novi, MI, will bring stampers and die shops up to
date on new lubricants for stamping and tool and die machining, and help
them evaluate new formulations and select the right lubricant for the
job. Attendees also will come away with an understanding of the various
techniques available for applying lubricant, to ensure optimum
application while minimizing waste.