AIDA Presses | High Speed Stamping Presses | HMX

High Speed Press | Motor Lamination | 125 - 400 Metric Tons Capacity

AIDA High Speed Motor Lamination Press, HMX Optimum Speed Without Reducing Stroke Length Check your dies and we bet you'll find that the majority of them probably don't require an adjustable stroke press. The exceptional design of the AIDA HMX high speed stamping press allows it to run at optimum speed without reducing the stroke (how does 1500 spm at 1.25" stroke sound?)

In addition, the AIDA HMX offers dramatic improvements in areas directly linked to your productivity and profits - accuracy, maintenance, reliability and costs. These factors are actually sacrificed by the design of the adjustable stroke presses currently available.

Increased Productivity and Profits With superior construction and the absence of any accuracy-robbing stroke adjustment mechanisms, the HMX delivers unsurpassed accuracy and die life with the lowest deflection characteristics of any available high-speed press. Thermal cooling control ensures that operating temperatures remain consistent for precise BDC control and accurate part production. And by simply eliminating the unnecessary parts required for stroke adjustment, both maintenance and initial costs are significantly reduced. For increased productivity and profits you only need one adjustment. An AIDA HMX.

Features & Benefits Dynamic Balancer, 8 Point Slide Guide, Highly Rigid Frame, and more
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Specifications From 125 to 400 tons capacity
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Features & Benefits

  • Highly rigid frame
  • Dynamic balancer
  • Slide adjustment
  • Hydraulic stick release device / Slide lock system
  • Roll cam feed (optional)
  • Oil temperature control / Oil tank
  • Anti-vibration mounts
  • 8 point slide guide


HMX Model Specifications (metric)UnitHMX-1250HMX-2000HMX-3000HMX-3000W
Tonnage rating point (above B.D.C.)mm3.
Stroke lengthmm30303030
Working energy: Min-Max spmJ1200 / 12002000 / 20003000 / 30003000 / 3000
Strokes per minute under no loadspm200 ~ 800200 ~ 600160 ~ 500120 ~ 410
Micro-inchingspmabout 60about 60about 60about 60
Die-height, slide to bolstermmNote 1 380~430Note 1 400~480Note 1 420~520Note 1 420~520
Slide adjustmentmm40506050
Slide area (L.R. x F.B.)mm1300 x 6001700 x 6502000 x 7502260 (2300) x 1000
Bolster area (L.R. x F.B.)mm1300 x 8501700 x 9502000 x 10002300 x 1200
Bolster thicknessmmNote 2 160~210Note 2 180~260Note 3 200Note 3 200
Bolster surface height above floormmNote 4 (1000)Note 4 (1000)Note 4 (1000)Note 4 (1000)
Max upper die weightt0.
Side opening (F.B. x height)mm350 x 380460 x 400560 x 420560 x 420
Bed opening (L.R. x F.B.)mm1100 x 2801500 x 3501700 x 4001800 x 420
Main motorkW30455555
Power sourceV/HzNote 5 200 / 50, 60Note 5 200 / 50, 60Note 5 200 / 50, 60Note 5 200 / 50, 60
Required air pressureMPa0.

Note 1: Please select die-height within the range shown above

Note 2: Bolster thickness is decided by die height

Note 3: Die height of HMX-3000 and HMX-300W are set by column base. Bolster thickness is fixed

Note 4: Bolster surface height is reference value

Note 5: Power source outside of 200V is acceptable as option

Note 5: The value in ( ) indicates the area for tool change.

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