Innovation in Control At AIDA-America, Metal Stamping Processes are Evolving Along with Customer Demands

"The training for use of the new servo press is important, and AIDA has excellent staff on queue to do just that. Past that, the press has been flawless, so service hasn't been needed."

There's a fine line between tradition and antiquation. Sometimes in the metals industry, things are done a certain way for no other reason than that's the way it's always been done. This phenomenon is nothing new. For example, horses were the engine of choice for carriages and chariots for several millennia before Karl Senz produced the first gasoline-powered "buggy" in 1885, forever redefining personal transportation.

The training for use of the new servo press is important, and AIDA has excellent staff on queue to do just that. Past that, the press has been flawless, so service hasn't been needed.

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