Toggle press L-EP 750-40manualpunchingriveting

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stamping, punching, riveting, for gluing
Other characteristics
vertical, high-pressure, with round ram, large opening, toggle, round ram

40 mm (2 in)


7.5 kN


toggle press capacity: 7,5 kN stroke: 40 mm throat: 80 mm daylight: 55-375 mm Extras - please watch our video DP - precision ram adjustment HS - return travel lock Z - stroke counter TB - precision table bore ø 12H7 mm Application: Toggle presses are used when the full force of the press is only required over a short distance at the end of the working stroke, e.g. for assembly, punching, riveting, embossing, gluing, etc. mäder EP type toggle presses are available with three capacities: 5 kN, 7.5 kN and 12 kN. They have especially be designed for serial or individual manufacture in manual workstations. mäder toggle presses only reach their nominal force at the end of the ram stroke, the bottom dead centre (BDC). The high working pressure of the press is achieved by means of the toggle lever mechanism with relatively little effort on the part of the operator. mäder manual toggle presses can be upgraded with various extras which enhance the functionality of the press. The round ram of mäder presses is characterized by high sturdiness, ground surface and precise ram bore. Tools can be fixed securely in the ram bore by means of a fixation screw. As the nominal end force is produced at the end of the stroke, a large force can be exerted at the exact point it is required. The manual force of 120 N to be applied is user-friendly. As many applications require less force, fatigue-free working is possible even with serial production. The ERGOPRESS® hand lever is 360° stepless adjustable and angled to the side: free view of work area and ergonomically comfortable position.
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