AIDA To Exhibit Flexible Press System Solutions


DESIGNED TO HELP STAMPERS LOWER COSTS AND RAISE PRODUCTIVITY

DAYTON, Ohio-(August 29, 2008) AIDA's press solutions equip stampers to meet changing part requirements in a global economy. At Booth #1238 AIDA will demonstrate its NC1-110 gap frame press equipped with ServoPro®, technology that provides, within microns, infinite control of slide position.

ServoPro allows customers to select short stroke options without sacrificing speed.
With the ability to program up to 20 different velocities for a single stroke, ServoPro makes it possible for one press to do the job of several presses. Controlling stroke velocity also improves customers' ability to form high strength materials, extends die life, increases production and can eliminate secondary operations for processes like in-die tapping.

And since AIDA's ServoPro technology uses capacitors to store energy when the servo motor is not under load (the nonworking portion of the stroke), when the motor is loaded, power is drawn from the capacitors and not a manufacturer's main line. As a result, power consumption is often less than that of a standard mechanical press. AIDA offers a wide range of tonnages for its servo driven presses 80 to 2,300 tons.

AIDA builds mechanical presses 30 to 4000 tons, 1-2,500 spm. AIDA-America is the North American manufacturing location and part of the global network that includes manufacturing facilities, customer support centers, and service bases in more than 50 countries, making the company one of the largest mechanical press builders in the world.

For more information about AIDA visit www.aida-global.com

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