Ser­voSpindlePress­es are dri­ven by high-pre­ci­sion ser­vo-axes and are – thanks to their design type and spe­cif­ic sen­sors and con­trol­ling func­tions – the most pre­cise and dynam­ic press­es of any on the mar­ket. The dri­ve con­sists of only a few mechan­i­cal com­po­nents. Changes in ram posi­tions, stroke heights and the kinet­ic ram func­tions are exe­cut­ed by sim­ple para­me­ter mod­i­fi­ca­tion. This pro­vides a wide range of appli­ca­tion for almost any use.

Advan­tage in tech­nol­o­gy:

  • Max­i­mal press force is avail­able along the entire stroke range
  • Reduced ton­nage by indi­vid­ual dis­tri­b­u­tion of force com­po­nents
  • Slight vari­a­tions in tol­er­ances and reduced die wear
  • Arbi­trary stroke loca­tions and heights, wide vari­ety of dies
  • Increase in stroke num­ber as a result of indi­vid­ual motion seg­ments
  • More effi­cient prod­uct devel­op­ment
  • A wide range of parts can be pro­duced
  • High cut qual­i­ty through high-pre­ci­sion ram par­al­lelism con­trol
  • Force trans­mis­sion cen­ter, num­ber and posi­tion

    For opti­mal adjust­ment to the tool’s work­ing range.

  • Min­i­mal die clear­ance

    Max­i­mal ton­nage along the entire stroke, bet­ter dis­tri­b­u­tion of indi­vid­ual press force com­po­nents with­in the die. Less ton­nage required than for con­ven­tion­al press­es.

  • Dri­ve dynam­ics

    Indi­vid­ual dynam­ic func­tions are para­me­ter­i­z­able to achieve max­i­mal press effi­cien­cy. Close

  • Min­i­mal die clear­ance

    Machine pre­ci­sion and active ram posi­tion con­trol make pos­si­ble min­i­mal die clear­ance and top cut­ting qual­i­ty with low die wear.

  • Ram posi­tion con­trol

    Com­pen­sa­tion of frame elas­tic defor­ma­tion and tor­sion in real-time mode, at dif­fer­ent load, veloc­i­ty and tem­per­a­ture.