Standard EPA-63M Inclinable Eccentric Presses with Adjustable Stroke and Mechanical Clutch:
A 63M Inclinable Eccentric Press with Adjustable Stroke and Mechanical Clutch is a type of mechanical press machine used for metal forming operations such as punching, forging, and stamping. It has a maximum capacity of 63 metric tons and can be inclined at an angle for added versatility. The stroke of the press can be adjusted, allowing for the change of the distance between the upper and lower tools. It also has a mechanical clutch, which provides a quick and secure connection between the driving mechanism and the slide. This type of press is suitable for high-volume production and allows for efficient, precise, and repetitive metal forming operations.
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Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit
To use a 63M Inclinable Eccentric Press with Adjustable Stroke and Mechanical Clutch, the following steps should be taken:
Set up the machine: Before using the press, make sure it is properly installed and level. Check that all components, including the clutch and stroke, are functioning properly.
Load the workpiece: Position the workpiece on the lower die and secure it in place.
Adjust the stroke length: Depending on the desired depth of the forming operation, adjust the stroke length using the appropriate controls.
Engage the clutch: The mechanical clutch is used to connect the driving mechanism to the slide. Engage the clutch to prepare the machine for operation.
Start the press: Start the press by activating the control panel. The eccentric mechanism will rotate, causing the slide to move downward and perform the metal forming operation.
Stop the press: Once the forming operation is complete, stop the press and remove the workpiece.
It is important to follow all safety procedures and manufacturer instructions when using a 63M Inclinable Eccentric Press with Adjustable Stroke and Mechanical Clutch. Additionally, it is recommended to have proper training and supervision before operating the machine.
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