Schuler Beutler says its newly developed MSC-2000 automatic blanking press with ServoDirect Technology offers longer die service life, greater precision and use 50% less energy. The new machine features two electrically coupled, freely programmable pressure points without gear transmission. By linking the pressure points in the press uprights, the machine’s rigidity has been increased says the company.
The play-free and lubrication-free drivetrain consists of a highly dynamic servo motor, brake module and eccentric shaft with conrods, knuckle-joint and slide. The new MSC-2000 automatic blanking press uses two such drivetrains facing each other – synchronized via the drive control – which deliver a press force of 2,000 kilonewtons.