Servo-press JP5T Series

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manually-controlled, electromechanical, electric
forming, compression, riveting, swaging, test, embossing, sealing, insertion, perforating
C-frame, round ram
Other characteristics
vertical, for production, digital, servo-driven, with stroke force monitoring, with round ram

Min.: 0.5 kN

Max.: 50 kN


80 mm, 100 mm, 200 mm (3 in)

Working speed

100 mm/s, 280 mm/s, 414 mm/s


109 kg, 193 kg, 975 kg, 982 kg (240 lb)

Overall length

659 mm, 675 mm, 1,125 mm (26 in)

Overall width

520 mm, 560 mm (20 in)

Overall height

816 mm, 947 mm, 1,326 mm (32 in)


Comprehensive Stand Alone Servo Press Designed especially for cell production and research facilities, the result display, control mechanism, pressing mechanism, C-frame and pair of operation switches are all included in one machine. Just turn on the power and you are ready to begin. Currently available in 0.5, 1, 2, 5 10, 30 and 50kN sizes, and with even greater speed and interface functionality than its predecessor, the JP4 Series, the electrically-powered JP5T Series runs cleaner and quieter than pneumatic and hydraulic presses, while consuming 75~80% less power. The JP5T features interactive, user-friendly programming, multiple pressing modes, automatic amp adjustment and load calibration as well as a variety of sensor capabilities. Add our optional dedicated PC software and add powerful data acquisition analysis and reporting capabilities. Multi-lingual LCD allows you to switch among 12 different languages. You can teach the press in one language and run it in another, including: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Romanian, Czech, Korean, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Vietnamese. A clean room compatible model is also available. Class ISO4 (Class 10 for US Federal Standard 209D)


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