Midway Products DSF-M2-15000 1,500 Ton Servo Presses and Transfer System

"With servo drives, the contact and draw velocity area infinitely variable, enabling dynamic motion profiles with multiple slow-down windows to allow the transfer system time to do its job. We're able to achieve this with the help of our equipment vendor, AIDA-America, who has, over the years, provided many rounds of training for our programmers and operators to ensure optimization."

As with any new technology, it takes a while before industry begins to exploit all of its capabilities - and servo drives are no exception. Though more than 20 years have passed since the first servo press was introduced, it wasn't until the use of high-strength materials ramped up about a decade later that stampers began varying speed and dwell using servo-controlled slide velocity. Today, stampers, in conjunction with equipment providers, increasingly approach servo presses as manufacturing systems rather than as standalone machines.

With servo drives, the contact and draw velocity area infinitely variable, enabling dynamic motion profiles with multiple slow-down windows to allow the transfer system time to do its job. We're able to achieve this with the help of our equipment vendor, AIDA-America, who has, over the years, provided many rounds of training for our programmers and operators to ensure optimization

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