The extensive experience of FAGOR ARRASATE in Servo Presses with the first mechanical servo press manufactured in 2005, along with the FAGOR ARRASATE servo drive calculating tool, enables us to choose the most appropriate kinematic chain coupled with the optimum servomotor configuration. The result is a piece of equipment with the perfect balance of flexibility, power and throughput.
The main feature of the servo technology is that it allows speeding up and slowing down the main drive at any point, in a controlled manner. This flexibility and control mean the forging speed can be adapted for the manufactured part (improving part quality) and the transfer window can be expanded to provide access to the processed part faster, increasing throughput. In addition, the servo technology offers great flexibility in the new processes, as slide motion curves can be easily adapted to the different new process carried out in the machine.
Through the FAGOR ARRASATE Full Servo concept in Forging, a new level of control and flexibility is available, the combination of Servo Press Technology together with the FAGOR ARRASTAE servo ejector (first manufactured in 2007) and the servo transfer offers the level of accuracy and maneuverability in the press required for mid- and small-size batches.
In order to control all the possible variations resulting from the combination of all the servo axis, FAGOR ARRASATE supplies Syncro Simulation software that provides an analysis of the whole system’s performance offline.