Cable stripping and crimping machine Alpha 560

cable stripping and crimping machine
cable stripping and crimping machine
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Operational mode
Crimping force

Min.: 1 kN

Max.: 50 kN

Crimping capacity

Min.: 3 mm (0.1 in)

Max.: 8.5 mm (0.3 in)


The Alpha 560 is a powerful, fully automatic wire processing machine for one- or two-sided loading with large terminals and seals. Two stations each process conductor cross sections of up to 16 mm² (AWG 6). The Alpha 560 is extremely easy to operate and provides reliable, robust production. Operation via the touchscreen requires just a short training course and is supported by the intuitive Green Button user guidance system. This and the innovative HMI controller ensure great flexibility and short changeover times. Another outstanding feature is the fully integrated end-to-end quality monitoring from the stripping process to the finished crimp. Wide processing spectrum • Reliable processing of conductor cross sections of 2.5 to 16 mm² (AWG 14 – 6) with crimp terminals up to 55 mm (2.16 in.) in length • A variety of processing possibilities at four or more stations (on request) • For large seals with max. length 21 mm (0.83 in.) and max. Ø 18 mm (0.71 in.) • Processing of wires up to 8 m in length (12 m on request) • Suitable for large terminal reels up to Ø 800 mm (31.5 in.) High efficiency and productivity • Optimized work processes thanks to innovative process module setup • Minimal training required thanks to the clearly structured user interface Komax HMI • Minimal downtime due to setup directly on the module Robustness and durability • Consistently high performance even in rough environments • Quality components from the proven Alpha 5xx platform • Inexpensive handling of replacement and wear parts thanks to the common parts concept


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