servo-press / electromechanical / electric / embossing

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servo-press / electromechanical / electric / embossing servo-press / electromechanical / electric / embossing - FDR-200


  • Operation:

    electromechanical, electric

  • Function:

    embossing, stamping, bending, forging, drawing, compression, cutting, swaging, sealing, high-frequency welding, welding

  • Other characteristics:

    CNC, for production, drilling, C-frame, vertical, double-action, compact, PLC, servo-driven, welding, digital, 4-column, high-speed, with stroke force monitoring, electronic, repair

  • Opening:

    Min.: 50 mm (2 in)

    Max.: 1,200 mm (47 in)

  • Force:

    Min.: 3 kN

    Max.: 200 kN


A servo press machine refers to a press that uses a servo motor for drive control. It includes industrial servo presses such as servo presses for metal forging and refractory materials. Due to the numerical control characteristics of the servo motor, it is sometimes referred to as a numerically controlled press.

Servo Press Features:
Integrated force control, displacement control, or external sensor control.
Position accuracy <士 0.01mm.
Displacement accuracy <士 0.01mm.
Pressure full closed loop control, pressure curve can be planned, accuracy<士0.5%F·S.
Real-time pressure and stroke analysis functions integrated in the servo press system.
Point, window, envelope detection function.
Control system with high speed acquisition function (up to 8000 points/s).
Support diversified data analysis curves display (can be customized according to industry needs). Support displacement-pressure, time-position/speed/curve switching display.
Powerful external device access function(camera, scanner, scale, multi-channel analog input, and IO module expandable.) -- with networking capabilities.
One Pc controls multiple servo presses.
The interface is separated from the action and process logic. The action logic is written in ladder diagram and function sequence diagram to reduce the threshold for secondary development.