What Is a Small Servo Press?

Posted on Dec 11, 2020

The small servo press is basically having the same function as the common servo press. The major difference between the small servo press and the common servo press is the size.

There are so many chemical elements in the world, and each of them have their unique traits to contribute to the world. For example, without the oxygen, no creatures can survive and the planet will become a lifeless place. without irons, no civilization will ever emerge. Iron is also the vital component of the red blood cells, and without it, no mammal will stand a chance of surviving. 

Moreover, carbon is one of the most abundant and important elements in the world. It can be made into so many products and it also serves as the binder for our DNA. There is a special form of the carbon which is so hard that almost nothing can scratch it except for itself, the diamond. The diamond is so hard that it can be used in a lot of industrial production. That said, there is another equipment which can help us process the hardy materials too. It is the main discussion of today, the small servo press.


What Is a Servo Press?

Before we start discussing what a small servo press is, we need to first discuss what a servo press is and what it does. A servo press is a device which utilizes servomotors as a way to power the system. The adoption of the servomotor has in turn helped the servo press to control both the position and the speed of the output shaft. The servo press utilizes the software to help control the position and the press speed. This feature has made the servo press a lot more flexible. 

On the other hand, the common mechanical press has to build the speed and the press loads slowly. Within the servo presses there is a closed-loop feedback system. The main function of the closed-loop system is to help control the cycle rate and loads in a more accurate way. The servo press also comes with the ability to set pressurization options as required. The servo presses have given us a chance to form the materials which are once considered as impossible or difficult to form by using the common presses. In the processing of the metals such as the aluminum, titanium, and magnesium alloys, the servo press has become an essential equipment to form these materials. Other advantages of the servo press included the higher forming precision, the higher productivity, and improved energy savings. All of these advantages have made the servo press a much more favorable choice in the industries than the common press. 

:: Read more : An Introduction to Electric Servo Press


What Is a Small Servo Press?

Now that we’ve learned what a servo press is and what it does, it will not be hard for us to understand what a small servo press is. The small servo press is basically having the same function as the common servo press. The major difference between the small servo press and the common servo press is the size. The small servo press also utilizes a servomotor as the drive source. The small servo press is also possessing the ability to set pressurization options if required. Because of the smaller size, the small servo press can be equipped in the space-saving design of the press machine. The small servo press also does not create a lot of noise. The small servo press can also save about 10 percent to 20 percent of the energy consumption than the common hydraulic press. The small servo press can also control the load, the position, the speed, and the time with great accuracy. Besides, the small servo press can also optimize the cycle time. The system of the small servo press can also inform the operator the condition of the operation in real time to help prevent the potential damage which will incur on the work piece.    


Other types of servo presses 

After understanding what servo presses and small servo presses are, let’s now take a look at the other type of the servo presses. Servo presses come from a huge family: there is the servo motor and ball screw driven press which can be applied to basically all the forming methods. There is also the servomotor driven crank press which is a less costly alternative to the ball screw style servo presses. There is also the servomotor driven linkage press which has the ability to maintain the high load capabilities through a relatively long working stroke.


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