What are Stamping Presses?
Stamping Presses are machines that provide force to tooling in order to form material into flat, shallow or deeper-drawn parts via progressive, transfer, line or other types of dies. Ideal for volume production, stamping presses are available in various orientations and force-production methods depending upon the applications. Types of presses, indicating these force-production methods, include mechanical, hydraulic and servo, with all exhibiting unique features and capabilities related to speed, acceleration/deceleration and dwell capability.
What is High-Speed?
High-Speed presses provide speeds reaching into the thousands of strokes per minutes to rapidly produce connectors and similar small parts, which often are attached to reels for improved workpiece travel through the press and efficient reel takeup of finished parts upon exit from the press.