Retrofitting of the speed for controlled drives for variable stroke rates
Replacement of mechanical speed adjustments (e.g. PIV transmission)
Conversion from DC motors to maintenance-free AC motors
Energy savings through energy-efficient drives and regenerative power supply
Automatic stroke adjustment
Retrofitting electronic camshaft controllers
Tool magazine allows for much shorter changeover times
Bring safety systems up-to-date
Avoid procurement issues for discontinued replacement parts
Good to know:
Mechanical presses, or eccentric presses, are electric motor driven, stroke-controlled Press types that are used for cutting and punching, and stamping and bending work with small press strokes. Via a belt drive, a flywheel is driven, which is connected via a coupling to the eccentric shaft. The force on the ram (driver) is converted into a linear movement by the connecting rod mounted on the eccentric shaft.
We modernize mechanical presses from various manufacturers from all over the world.
Here is a small selection of our references: