Eccentric Gear Drive

The Most Widely Used Drive System for Straightside Presses Eccentric Gear Drive
  • Slide motion provided by eccentric lobes that are part of the main drive gears
  • Gears are mounted on pins that run front to back in the press crown
  • Counter rotation of the gears nearly eliminates lateral thrust created by the angle of the connections at punch contact with the material
  • Very long press strokes are possible due to the mounting direction of the gears Gears are timed at press assembly to provide superior slide parallelism through the press stroke
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