Pneumatic Presses suit range of stamping operations.
April 23, 2008 -
Pneumatic presses, from 3-210 tons, are capable of meeting general stamping needs, as well as piercing, blanking, forming, cut-off, coining, embossing, laminating, and assembly type operations. They feature fully adjustable stroke length and less than 400 ms cycle rates with rated tonnage delivered through entire stroke length. RAM can dwell on top or bottom of stroke and presses can also be supplied in stationary die or flying die design.
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AIRAM Co. Ltd.
P.O. Box 9, 2065 Industrial Court
Covington, OH, 45318 0009
Airam Offers Versatile Production Solutions Capable of Performing a Wide Range of Stamping Operations
Covington, Ohio - (April 16, 2008) - For more than 40 years AIRAM® Press Co. Ltd., has led the industry in high speed roll forming press technology. Now AIRAM combines its engineering application expertise and in-depth press knowledge to offer a diverse range of standard and custom engineered pneumatic presses, 3 to 210 tons, capable of meeting general stamping needs, piercing, blanking, forming, cut-off, coining, embossing, laminating and assembly type operations.
These versatile production solutions feature a fully adjustable stroke length and fast cycle rates (less than 400 milliseconds) with rated tonnage delivered through the entire stroke length. Since the RAM can dwell on the top or bottom of the stroke, stampers have the ability to match or exceed the press speeds of a production line or stamping job for greater productivity. Featuring precision guiding for the die, rigid construction ensures part accuracy.
A cost effective alternative, the small footprint of AIRAM's press models makes installation easy. With few moving parts, maintenance is minimal and only a small amount of lubrication required.
AIRAM can custom design press applications with minimal engineering costs. Large die space areas can be provided for low tonnage applications. A variety of pneumatic press models can be engineered, including standard four post guiding, two post guiding, C frame design and automated processes including transfer and pick and place robots. Presses can also be supplied in a stationary die or flying die design.
AIRAM's new leadership and its technical staff offer 130 years of combined technical knowledge and in-depth application engineering expertise to help customers select the right production system. In addition to the press, AIRAM stamping solutions include the die, feeding equipment, part handling automation and other ancillary equipment. Stock presses, including special press sizes, the capability to economically custom engineer press models, a comprehensive spare parts inventory, rebuild and preventative maintenance programs provide key customer support services. Committed to equipping customers with the tools they need to be competitive, AIRAM offers flexible production systems in tandem or stand alone configurations with the capability to manufacture quality parts at low cost.
For more information visit www.airam.com