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DTE Series

DTE Series

DTE 900 - 2,800 US Tons

Overview

  • Type: Forming presses
  • Press Capacity: 900 - 2,800 US Tons
  • Part Size: large
  • Drive Concept: mechanical
  • Application: cutting, blanking, embossing, forming

Description

The mechanical drive of the DTE series is ideal for flat and semi-flat parts due to its sinusodial slide motion curve. The presses can be installed as single presses in progressive or transfer mode or as fully automated press lines.

 

Features & Benefits

  • Proven and continuously optimized technology for reliable production processes.
  • The mechanical drive of the DTE series is ideal for cutting, punching, bending and stamping operations.
  • The solid, low-stress annealed press bodies are FEM-calculated and optimized by “hot-spot analysis” areas subject to higher loads.
  • Presses in tie-rod design are connected to a rigid frame via hydraulically pre-stressed tie-rods.
  • The outside located pressure points, as well as an 8-fold slide guiding system, absorb off-center loads, spare press, and dies to ensure consistent part quality.
  • The automatic centralized lubrication system increases productivity and availability.

Standard Equipment

  • Moving bolster with mobile control panel.
  • Electrical lifting gate with safety glass windows.
  • Electrical slide adjustment, mechanical slide locking, and pneumatic slide counterbalance.
  • Air-cooled, frequency-controlled AC motor.
  • Hydraulic and lubrication unit with progressive distributor.
  • Hydraulic overload protection.
  • Press force monitoring (single and sum force).
  • Vibration isolation with spring dampers.
  • VPN interface for remote maintenance.

Options

  • Additional moving bolster in front-to-back or t-track arrangement.
  • Press force monitoring (signature curve).
  • Different press enclosure concepts for noise reduction.
  • Automatic scrap flaps.
  • Hydraulic die clamps with automatic clamping process.

Technical Specifications

Model   DTE-800 DTE-1000 DTE-1250 DTE-1600 DTE-2000 DTE-2500
Press Capacity US Tons 900 1,125 1,400 1,800 2,250 2,800
Connecting Rods pcs. 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 4 4
Stroke Rate 1/min 40 35 30 27 27 27
Slide Stroke in 19.7 19.7/23.6 19.7/23.6 19.7/23.6 19.7/23.6 19.7/23.6
Slide Adjustment in 15.7 15.7 15.7 15.7 15.7 15.7
Die Height* in 43.3 43.3 47.5 55.1 55.1 55.1
Slide/Bolster Dimensions
2 Connecting Rods
in 181.1 x 70.9 200.8 x 70.9 200.8 x 70.9
240.2 x 70.9
240.2 x 70.9
Slide/Bolster Dimensions
4 Connecting Rods
in 200.8 x 86.6 200.8 x 98.4 200.8 x 98.4
240.2 x 98.4
240.2 x 98.4 240.2 x 98.4
287.4 x 98.4
240.2 x 98.4
287.4 x 98.4

*Slide stroke down, adjustment up (SDAU)

Subject to technical modifications

SIMPAC America Co. Ltd.

SIMPAC America is the North American division of SIMPAC Inc.; SIMPAC Inc. is renowned for its two divisions, “Presses” (forming systems) and “Metals” (ferroalloy manufacturing), while SIMPAC Industries is prominent in foundry products, industrial machinery, and component production. Both SIMPAC Inc. and SIMPAC Industries are owned by South Korea's SIMPAC Group, under the umbrella of SIMPAC Holdings.

Founded in 1973, SIMPAC holds almost 50% of the market share in its home market of South Korea. Since 2004, over 10 sales and service branches were established in Asia, Europe, the United States and Mexico – marking the company's footprint as a global leader of metal forming technology. With almost 700 employees, SIMPAC Group posted sales close to $540MM USD (480MM Euros) in 2018.

SIMPAC ensures time and cost-efficient production of high-quality, sophisticated products with its extensive production capabilities and state-of-the art machine park. Competitive advantages of SIMPAC's press systems, manufactured exclusively at the company's South Korean plants, include continuous improvements derived from insights of global markets and value-added manufacturing concepts pertaining to SIMPAC Group.

SIMPAC's wide product range includes mechanical, servo, and hydraulic presses along with tandem lines and automation solutions. Customers are acquired from various branches of the metalworking industry (i.e. automotive manufacturers and tier suppliers, home appliances and household goods, furniture and electronics industries, and the military & aerospace industry).