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MX series

MX series

Stamping presses with servo drive

  • Press capacity: 340-1,125 US t
  • Part size: small to medium
  • Slide kinematics: servo (freely programmable)
  • Application: stamping, cutting, bending, embossing, drawing, integration of subsequent processes

Presses with servo direct drive stand for highly dynamic forming processes and offer maximum flexibility in the production. In combination with a high stiffness value of press body and drive, they deliver consistently high part quality.

Features and benefits: 
  • The servo direct drive allows due to the characteristic pendulum motion a significant output increase compared to conventionally driven presses.
  • Due to the individual programming of the slide movement, the forming process can be optimally adapted to the requirements of die and part.
  • The very solid, low-stress annealed press bodies are FEM-calculated and optimized by individual so-called "hot-spot analysis" in areas which are subject to higher loads
  • Motor(s), power electronics, holding brake, lubrication and control are of German origin and guarantee a long service life and maximum dynamics.
  • The slide guiding system ensures a high level of tilting rigidity and reduces the cutting impact during the processing when it comes to processing of high-strength materials
  • The compact design requires little floor space and no foundation at presses below 6,000 kN | 675 US t press capacity
     

Standard equipment:

  • Electrical slide adjustment
  • Hydraulic, continuous slide locking
  • Automatic slide counter balancing
  • Hydraulic overload protection
  • Vibration isolated installation
  • Central circulation lubrication
  • Press force monitoring (single force and sum force)
  • Three predefined slide movement profiles for standard applications
  • Curve generator for individual slide movement profiles
Options: 
  • Simulation software for output forecasting
  • Mechanical or pneumatic part ejector
  • Pneumatic or hydraulic die cushion
  • Various concepts for executing the power electronics includ-ing capacitor bank or kinetic energy buffer
  • Press force monitoring (signature force)
Die change concepts: 
  • BASIC: screwed-in clamping plate with spring-loaded roller lifting bars. Die change with hook-in carrying brackets or swivel brackets.
  • PLUS: retractable die change plate with screwed-on die on extendable support frame
  • ADVANCED: Tandem die changing carts with two die  stations for an optimized set-up process
Technical data: 
Description Unit MX2-300 MX2-400 MX2-600 MX2-800 MX2-1000
Press capacity kN | US t 3,000 | 340 4,000 | 450 6,000 | 675 8,000 | 900 10,000 | 1,125
Stroke rate* 1/min 3-90 3-80 3-70 3-60 3-60
Stroke length mm | in 250 | 9.8 350 | 13.8 350 | 13.8 350 | 13.8 350 | 13.8
Slide adjustment mm | in 150 | 15.9 200 | 7.9 250 | 9.8 250 | 9.8 300 | 11.8
Die height** mm | in 550 | 21.7 600 | 23.8 800 | 31.5 800 | 31.5 900 | 35.4
Slide dimensions mm
in
2,600 x 1,000
102.4 x 39.4
2,800 x 1,300
110.2 x 52.1
4,000 x 1,500
157.5 x 59.1
4,000 x 1,500
157.5 x 59.1
4,000 x 1,500
157.5 x 59.1
Bolster dimensions mm
in
2,700 x 1,100
106.3 x 43.3
2,800 x 1,300
110.2 x 52.1
4,000 x 1,500
157.5 x 59.1
4,000 x 1,500
157.5 x 59.1
4,000 x 1,500
157.5 x 59.1
Foundation required Yes/No No No Yes Yes Yes

 

*Depending on programmed stroke length, slide kinematics, part dimension and existing die limitations | **Slide stroke down, adjustment up (SDAU) | All models in 2-point design | Subject to technical modifications

Simpac America Co. Ltd.

Simpac is South Korea's market leader in forming technology and, with over 40 years of experience, is also one of the leading international press manufacturers. The customers of Simpac belong to various branches of the metal processing industry: Automotive industry and its suppliers, manufacturers of domestic appliances and household goods, companies in the furniture and electronics industry and companies in the aerospace industry.

The wide product range includes mechanical and hydraulic presses, servo presses, tandem lines and automation solutions. Simpac also has an extensive service network with local contractual partners worldwide. With the establishment of a second research and development center in Germany in 2017, the Simpac Holding employs around 680 people in eight countries.