Engel Diversified Industries DSF-N2 300 Ton Two-Point Straightside Servo Press

"We're running faster (pendulum mode), improving dimensional accuracy (stroke control, including dwell at bottom) and improving die life between sharpening (less reverse tonnage)"

Yes, direct-drive servomechanical stamping presses typically can run existing dies at higher stroke rates than traditional mechanical presses. And, due to the ability to control ram speed and direction anywhere in the stroke, servo presses can better manage forming and punching of higher-strength materials, controlling springback and limiting reverse tonnage.

We're running faster (pendulum mode), improving dimensional accuracy (stroke control, including dwell at bottom) and improving die life between sharpening (less reverse tonnage).

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