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    Servo presses in monoblock design

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    Servo presses in monoblock design are driven directly by torque motors. They deliver high torque values and are the right drive for dynamic forming processes. The lack of a flywheel and clutch / brake combination makes the presses flexible, energy efficient and reduces the maintenance required.
    The pendular stroke mode is exceedingly energy efficient and permits operator-programmable slide strokes without any additional mechanical stroke adjustment. In addition, the pendular mode results in significantly higher stroke rates. Thanks to the operator-programmable time / travel motion sequences as well as the ability to provide rest times for in-die functions, processes such as welding and lasering can be integrated reliably into the press cycle.
    Schuler builds servo presses in a monoblock design with three different standard sizes: 2,500 kN, 4,000 kN and 6,300 kN.

    Your advantages

    • Significant increase in productivity compared to conventionally driven mechanical presses
    • Maximum production flexibility due to operator- programmable stroke heights and motion sequences
    • Increased part quality and die life due to motion sequence optimally adapted to the specific forming requirements
    • High reliability and availability for production
    • Well suited for processing high-strength steels
    • Short delivery times and optimized spare part management due to standardized modules
    • Shorter die tryout times because of setup and tryout functions with handwheel
    • Lower energy costs due to efficient drive solution

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    Servo presses in monoblock design with 4,000 kN press force per press
    Servo press in monoblock design with modular electronic tri-axis transfer. Press force: 6,300 kN
    Increase of productivity due to energy efficient pendular stroke mode
    Flexible tryout with handwheel

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    Servo press in monoblock design MSD 250

    Servo press in monoblock design MSD 400

    Servo press in monoblock design MSD 630

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