With Stamtec’s servo motor drive technology, the standard electric motor, flywheel and clutch and brake are replaced with a high-torque, low-rpm servo motor. Proprietary press controls specifically designed for the servo press achieve a wide variety of stroke lengths and slide movement profiles while supplying full working energy even at low speeds.
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What kind of applications are servo presses ideal for?
Servo presses are ideal for applications that require a variable slide velocity at multiple points in the stroke profile, including metal forming and shallow to medium drawing and forming.
What is the difference between a standard mechanical and servo press?
A servo press is driven by a servo motor, as opposed to a standard flywheel, clutch and brake. This provides full energy at any speed, but not full capacity at any stage in the stroke (capacity is best at near bottom center).
Should I use a servo press instead of a hydraulic press?
A servo press offers increased production volume when compared to a hydraulic press. Also, all stroke profiles are fully programmable on a servo press.