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HCR-8.18353

Die Changing Station

Electrically Driven

Features

Features

  • maximization of profits due to less downtime
  • smaller production batches are possible due to shorter set-up times
  • greater safety for man and machine
  • safe and accident-free handling of dies with less effort, thus creating a more humanized place of work
HCR-8.18353

Electrically Driven

Features

Features

  • maximization of profits due to less downtime
  • smaller production batches are possible due to shorter set-up times
  • greater safety for man and machine
  • safe and accident-free handling of dies with less effort, thus creating a more humanized place of work

The cost-effective drive system has been developed on the basis of standard die consoles and can be easily installed as it requires only little space. Thus, it is very suitable for both retrofitting and new constructions. The drive unit and the carrying console are hung in hooks provided on the press for this purpose and then locked. The die is deposited on the consoles using a crane or a forklift truck. After the die has been deposited, it can be connected to the changing station by means of a push-and-pull system. The integral chain drive system allows the user automatic die loading and positioning, just by depressing a push button on a separate remote control pendant. During a die change, the press bed is free, i.e. the push-pull elements do not project over the press bed. Also the rear side of the press is completely free. This changing station is suitable for almost any press, can be easily removed and is easy to handle.

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Spare parts available upon request. Call (636) 386-8022 for more information.

Service information available upon request. Call (636) 386-8022 for more information.

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Spare parts available upon request. Call (636) 386-8022 for more information.

Service information available upon request. Call (636) 386-8022 for more information.