Introduction to hydraulic press
The hydraulic press is the first fully automatic and intelligent servo-electro-hydraulic compound press in the stamping equipment industry. It has made significant breakthroughs in mechanical structure, control system, and function compared to traditional punching machines and injection molding machines.
The hydraulic press utilizes the self-developed double dead loop servo system control method, which is highly humanized, fully automated, intelligent, and powerful.
The main advantages of hydraulic punching are as follows:
The traditional hydraulic press is known for its high pressure but slow speed, resulting in low work efficiency.
However, the servo electro-hydraulic press of this project technology features an independent and innovative servo structure design that enables fast response times. With the ability to quickly pressurize, it can achieve a pressing speed of over 400mm/sec, providing better pressing results compared to an ordinary mechanical punching machine.
This press can be widely utilized in the suppression of both hardware and non-metal products, including but not limited to aluminum extrusions, cases, straps, glasses frames and parts, photo frames, tableware, signs, locks, auto parts, and other hardware parts.
The process of transforming a large amount of metal into a product is referred to as stretching.
Stretched products find widespread applications in daily life.
Tensile products are typically finished using hydraulic presses, which are not found in conventional mechanical presses.
The technical servo electro-hydraulic press employed in this project can flawlessly stretch various products into different shapes, such as tableware, kitchen utensils, motor electrical metal shells, cover bottoms, and lighting parts.
Moreover, it features the latest touch screen technology and enables direct parameter setting without mechanical contact technology. This makes it convenient to use and highly user-friendly.
Classification of hydraulic presses
The wide applicability of hydraulic presses results in a varied process of processing, and as such, the body structure of hydraulic presses also varies.
There are two types of rack structures: vertical and horizontal.
In terms of frame composition, there are three types: column type, single arm type, and frame type. The column type can be further divided into four columns, two columns, three columns, and multiple columns.
Based on the number of working cylinders, hydraulic presses can be classified as single cylinder, double cylinder, or multi-cylinder.