Stamping Presses

Stamping Out a New Generation of Automobile Parts

The question Ford and General Motors asked was how to produce hoods and doors with improved productivity, design flexibility and reduced costs. The answer from Schuler, Bosch Rexroth and Morrell was a compact crossbar transfer press that does all that and more.
Stamping Presses: Articles

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Stamping Presses: Industry News

Kamtek Expands Manufacturing Operations in Alabama

Auto parts supplier Kamtek is investing $530 million in stamping operations and a new aluminum casting facility for lighter parts.

Talan Installs Minster Press

The new press line will enable the company to return a lot of their outsourced work in-house.

Talan Adds Deburring Capabilities

The automated vibratory system allows the metal stamper to bring more value-added services in house.


Stamping Presses: Products

Custom Hydraulic Press and Hydroforming Systems

Booth S-4112: Beckwood Press will show how to solve the most difficult manufacturing challenges by utilizing the newest custom hydraulic presses, automation systems and Triform sheet hydroforming press technologies.
Beckwood Press will be showcasing the newest technology in custom hydraulic presses, automation systems and the Triform line of sheet hydroforming presses.

Advanced Servo Press Stamping Operations

Booth S-4524: The Next Generation DSF Series Servo Press Control System from AIDA-America features Allen Bradley Control Logix that significantly improves the performance of the DSF Series servo press as the most flexible and productive stamping equipment in metal forming operations.
AIDA-America showcases the Next Generation DSF Series Servo Press Control System that features Allen Bradley Control Logix in an advanced servo press control platform.

Fineblanking Breaks the 200 SPM Barrier

These parts would normally need to be stamped and then drilled. Using the XFT 1500speed, they were produced in one step at high stroke rates. Aerospace, medical and turbine engine parts are made on these machines because of high volume and extremely high tolerances. Top row left to right: Arm vane for a turbocharger, 3.25 mm thick, 16 mm length, material X8CrNi25-21 / 700 N/mm2; Brown gun tube for electronics, 1.35 mm thick with scrap bridge of 0.6 mm, 22 mm length, material SUS 304L; Locking plate for lock technology, 1.5 mm thick, 15 mm length, material Ck45; lower right, Plunger for electronics, 3.0 mm thick, Hole ø1.8 mm, 10 mm length, material RFe80.
Never before has a fineblanking press been so fast, so versatile and, above all, so productive at up to 200 strokes per minute.