New, retrofit and used Monobloc Mechanical Press
The monobloc presses are designed to respond to the needs of the auxiliary industry. Designed in a single frame, the press does not require a foundation and can be transported as a whole, significantly reducing assembly work at the customer’s site.
Fagor’s monobloc mechanical, servo or hydraulic presses include a variety of options, including speed adjustments, changeable stroke, tool changes with different characteristics and base cushions, which make them totally variable.
The most complex equipment can be added: feeding lines, transmission lines and press lines for medium billets that supply them to large presses.
Buy and sell new, retrofit and used Monobloc Mechanical Press
The press is the machine used for most cold and some hot work operations. It consists of a frame that supports a bed and ram, a power source, and a mechanism to move the ram linearly and at right angles to the bed.
Presses are machine tools whose uniqueness is the delivery of large amounts of energy (Force x travel) in a controlled manner.
A press must have dies and punches designed for certain specific operations. Most Forming, Bending, Punching, Drawing and Shearing operations can be performed on any normal press if proper punches and dies are used.
The presses can produce quickly, since the operating time is only that required for one stroke of the ram, plus the time required to feed the material. Therefore, production costs can be kept low.
The importance of maintaining a new, retrofit or used monobloc mechanical press.
The maintenance of the press is essential for its correct operation. In addition, when they are found and corrected sooner, much better, in addition to the fact that in most cases, it is usually a cheaper solution.
Some common preventive maintenance tasks:
- Store the press in a clean, dry place to prevent rust.
- Good oil maintenance in hydraulic presses
- Electrical maintenance such as wiring
- test the pressure
- Frequently lubricate the screws, nuts and thrust bearing.
- Most frequent uses of presses
These presses are used for cutting, punching, bending and small stamping operations. It is not suitable for deep drawing because the force is applied quickly and not continuously. However, with the development of presses with complex kinematics (jointed lever presses or lever presses), this type of mechanical press slows down near the PMI and can be used for deeper stampings and high elastic strength steels to deform the sheet without break. Today, with the appearance of servo presses, also known as electric presses, it is possible to emulate any work cycle of these machines and even replace hydraulic presses, toggle lever presses, link-drive presses, coining presses…
The die cutters are designed and manufactured according to the work to be carried out. There is a single progressive die that automatically feeds large sheets in a roll form and the work is done continuously. It does not require more maintenance than the replacement of the sheet metal rolls at the end of it, the removal of the engraved parts and the quality control of the cuts they produce. If the cut deteriorates due to dies or die wear, it is removed from the machine with a flat grinder to create a new cut. Dies and dies allow many resharpens until they are completely worn out.
Other die cutters, called punching machines, sometimes work with a mechanical or hydraulic head, with several dies of different sizes inserted and a large table on which the machined sheet metal is placed. This table is CNC operated and moves up and down at high speed to make parts quickly and accurately.