FABTECH 2012: Stamping Presses
Stamtec will showcase its latest technology in stamping presses, including the iLS1-160 Intelligent Link Motion Servo Press, featuring servomotor drive technology that replaces the standard electric motor, flywheel, and clutch/brake with servomotors. Proprietary press controls specifically designed for the servo press achieve a wide variety of stroke lengths and slide movement profiles, while supplying full working energy capacity even at low speeds. Preprogrammed profiles include Standard, Blanking, Coining, Drawing, Pulse, Coil Feed, and Warm Forming. In addition, unique profiles can be created by the end-user. User-defined motion curves allow up to 20 various segments in a cycle curve, defined by segment position, speed, and pause duration parameters. Other features of the servo press include automatic slide adjustment and die height auto-correction (optical linear sensor); 100 job storage; pulse generator wheel for die try-out; and energy savings with no flywheel, no constant motor, no clutch/brake engagement.
Web site: www.stamtec.com