A servo press is often described as being in-between mechanical and hydraulic presses. While a servo press offers much of the versatility of the hydraulic press, they provided production speeds that are often comparable to that of a traditional mechanical presses.
The stroke, slide motion, slide position, and speed are programmable to allow many different combinations that can work with a wide variety of dies, part types, and production speeds.
- High accuracy and repeatability
- Full press capacity near bottom dead center of stroke
- Variable stroke profiles
- Precise slide motion and position control throughout the range of the stroke length
- Variable, precise slide velocity control, even within a single cycle of the press stroke.
- Full working energy at any speed
- High initial cost
By Justin Dykstra
Senior Controls Engineer
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