PERFECTION GLOBAL INVITES YOU:
JOIN PERFECTION ON:
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2012
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2012
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SERVO PRESS TECHNOLOGY
• Meet Komatsu Servo-Applications staff
• Tour our showroom and view a servo press under power
• Enter for a chance to win a free IPAD
AND MUCH MORE!
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What is Servo Press Technology?
Imagine a machine press that delivers twice to three times the force of your existing press while costing less money to run? Sound like a fantasy for the future? Well, the future is now with servo press technology. These new generation machine presses are compact, easy-to-operate and adaptable to most any machine press task.
Servo press technology takes traditional machine press technology into the next era. Servo presses use state-of-the-art electronics with a closed loop feedback system and high power drive system to power these presses. Once programmed, the machine all but runs itself. Servo press technology eliminates the traditional motor, fly-wheel and clutch, substituting a servo-driven drive system that delivers energy with pin-point accuracy just where it is needed.
Differences between a Servo Press and a Mechanical Press
What are the differences between servo presses and traditional mechanical presses? Below are just a few key points:
Servo presses use between 10 and 30 percent of the energy necessary to power a traditional press.
Servo presses are quiet to operate, unlike most mechanical presses.
Servo presses require little maintenance when compared to traditional presses.
Servo presses are programmed by the operator and then the sequence is controlled by a closed circuit of feedback from the machine. This works similarly to cruise control in an automobile.
Servo presses can be programmed to run multiple functions before returning to dead center.
Servo presses deliver up to three times the force of traditional mechanical presses
Servo Presses and Your Business
The addition of a servo press to your manufacturing can not only save your business time and money, but can free up space in your plant or workshop to use for other functions or to produce additional products. What's more: these low-maintenance machines are quiet and much safer to operate.
Perfection Machinery and Servo Presses
Adding the Komatsu Servo line of presses was a natural decision for Illinois-based Perfection Machinery. Perfection, in business since 1963, is a world leader at buying and selling industrial assets. Recently, they were chosen as the exclusive Illinois agent for the Japanese servo press manufacturer, Komatsu to offer cutting-edge, cost-saving servo presses to American manufacturers. Adding servo presses to Perfection's inventory of quality industrial equipment helps to bring this latest technology to US companies at an affordable cost.