AIDA Company | Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Employment (jobs, careers) Q: Where can I find information about employment at AIDA?

A: AIDA-America lists open positions here:
Employment at AIDA-America

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Manzoni / RovettaQ: Where can I find information about Manzoni and Rovetta presses?

A: In 2004, AIDA acquired Manzoni and Rovetta and established AIDA-Europe. Fore more information regarding Manzoni and Rovetta presses, please contact AIDA-Europe.
AIDA-Europe | Support for Manzoni / Rovetta Presses

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Video Q: Where can I find videos of AIDA presses?

A: A collection of AIDA Stamping Press Videos is available online:
AIDA Stamping Press Videos

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Parts Q: I need parts for my press, who do I contact?

A: AIDA Parts Center contact information, and online parts request form:
AIDA Parts Center

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Servo Q: Where can I find more information about AIDA Servo Presses?

A: For information regarding AIDA Servo Presses, please visit:
AIDA Servo Presses
Or you can talk to an AIDA Sales Contact:
AIDA Sales Contacts

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Stock Presses Q: What presses does AIDA keep in stock?

A: A complete list of in-stock, quick delivery, and quality used presses, is available online:
AIDA Stock Stamping Presses

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Manuals Q: Where can I find a manual for my press?

A: For AIDA press manuals and other support questions, please contact AIDA AMS.
AIDA AMS | Press Manual Support

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Locations Q: I am looking for a specific sales, service, or manufacturing branch of AIDA, where do I find this information?

A: Please visit the contact page where you will find all of the information you need.
AIDA Sales, Service, and Manufacturing Locations

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People / Current Employees Q: How do I directly contact a specific person at AIDA?

A: While we don't list direct contacts on our website, please use our general contact information and your request will be forwarded on to the appropriate person.
Contact AIDA

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Press Type Q: I am looking for a specific type of press, where do I find it?

A: A complete list of available products is online.
Please review our AIDA Stamping Presses product list here

AIDA Press Selector Searchable Database

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Safety Q: Where can I find safety information for AIDA presses?

A: For all safety related questions and concerns:
Contact AIDA AMS

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Oil Type Q: What type of oil does my press use?

A: Almost all of our maintenance manuals will provide quantity and viscosity grade (VG) for specific components located in the lubrication section. Our presses are not brand specific. We can assist you if you are unable to locate this information in your press manual, or you have lost your press manual.
Contact AIDA Service, Parts, & AMS

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Acronyms Q: What does H.O.L.P. stand for?

A: Hydraulic Overload Protection.
Learn more about AIDA's Hydraulic Overload Protection System | HOLP

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Acronyms Q: What does T.U.C. stand for?

A: Torque Unit Capsule

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Acronyms Q: What does O.I.T. stand for?

A: Operator Interface Terminal

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Acronyms Q: What does H.M.I. stand for?

A: Human Machine Interface

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Acronyms Q: What does P.L.C. stand for?

A: Programmable Logic Controller

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Unanswered Question Q: My question is not addressed here, where can I find an answer?

A: We will be happy to discuss your question with you personally
Contact AIDA

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