Thanks to their high-precision driven servo axes, ServoSpindlePresses set a new stan­dard for precision and dynamics in forming tech­nology. The drive consists of only a few mechan­ical compo­nents, making the equip­ment more reli­able.

Thanks to the revo­lu­tionary design, the specific sensors and the control­ling devices, the equip­ment is more flex­ible for your appli­ca­tions. Changes in ram posi­tions, stroke heights and ram move­ment func­tions are imple­mented by simple adap­ta­tion of para­me­ters.

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MultiSer­vo­Presses are equipped with all of the tech­nical advan­tages of the ServoSpindlePresses, but are partic­u­larly suit­able for complex tech­niques. Thus, for instance, when they are used as transfer or multiple-die presses, the supple­men­tary axes are moved inde­pen­dently by means of servo drives.

This way, their flex­i­bility can be made use of for future appli­ca­tions. In combi­na­tion with the auto­mated quick-change system, product changes can be executed quickly, and idle times can be reduced as well.

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Mechan­ical presses

Our mechan­ical multiple-die presses are char­ac­ter­ized by cam-driven rams. The specific cam contour enables a dwell time in the DCs (dead centers). This drive provides optimal precon­di­tions for tooling tech­nolo­gies in parallel oper­a­tions in the field of blanking, drawing or trim­ming.

The modular design makes it possible to achieve the tech­nical para­me­ters required by the specific case of appli­ca­tion. These presses are equipped with servo strip feed systems of various designs and mechan­ical or servo-transfer axes. The die carrier system that accom­pa­nies the press is specif­i­cally customized for the user’s require­ments.

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Metal bellow machines

Our expe­ri­ence in the produc­tion of metal bellows forming machines goes back more than 25 years. These machines are primarily used for the produc­tion of compen­sators and bellows of 10 mm to max. 5,000 mm tube diam­eter.

In all tech­niques, the tube is formed inside out. For small to medium sized diam­e­ters, this is achieved by hydro-forming or by means of an elas­tomer, whereas the expanding or roll forming tech­niques are used for medium- to large-sized diam­eter ranges.

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