The ease of use of a pinion-rack press with the strength of a hydraulic press
The MOP series presses work with compressed air up to 6 bar.
Thanks to the built-in pressure booster, they can develop high thrust forces without effort for the operator.
They combine the practicality of use of a rack press with the thrust force of a hydraulic press.
The lever activates the descent of the stem by means of a rack / pinion device, allowing the tool to approach the workpiece
The subsequent lowering of the lever engages the force intensifier
By pressing the side button, the pneumo-hydraulic intensification performs the working stroke
The combination of approaching the piece with a manual lever and the pressing force generated by a separate and independent pressure multiplier, gives the MOP presses a series of advantages:
The approach to the piece to be pressed is achieved by simply lowering the lever, without effort.
The hydraulic power is self-switching and effortless for the operator
The operator, during the descent of the rod, can precisely control the point of contact with the piece and easily and precisely center himself on it.
The noise of the press is limited to the development phase of the pressing stroke and falls within the low limits established by law.
The phases of approach to the piece and return are completely manual and controlled by the operator.
This translates into limited energy consumption.
The manual presses are available in 3 structure configurations:
Configuration suitable for machining pieces of greater height
Configuration suitable for machining tall pieces and with a bulky base
For viewing and, if necessary, topping up the level of the hydraulic fluid.
It can be positioned in 4 points over 180 ° for greater working comfort.
To change the position of the lever, unscrew and screw it back in the desired position.
The operating and adjustment parameters of the machine are available on the front panel:
The bracket, in addition to the anti-rotation function of the press rod, allows to limit the return stroke of the rod (TDC).
Low bending C-frame structure in Fe 430 B UNI 7070 steel with monolithic structure.
The shoulder is provided with holes that allow the head unit to be lowered, reducing the working width (for sizes 07, 15 and 30 with total stroke 60 mm).
Mold support plate in steel Fe 430 B UNI 7070 with ground surface. Equipped with T-slots for fixing the mold.
Engages left hand when operating the lever.
Available with push or touch actuation.
Device for micrometric adjustment of the final stroke of the rod (BDC)
Comfort version hand-guard side button, touch-sensitive
With manual or motor driven operation
Special heights of work available on request
The presses can be equipped with electronic systems that monitor, piece by piece, the characteristics of the processing carried out.
They are based, depending on the model, on sensors for detecting pressure / force and the position of the press stem.
Depending on the degree of accuracy, they are available in different configurations:
It continuously detects the position / force curve and verifies that it is contained within a suitably positioned continuous control band.
The system uses two transducers:
For the interface with the user, a 7,5" display with 640 × 480 resolution in color, full touch, is available for easy use.
Connected to a single transducer, it displays its value in real time. It allows the control of the peak value and the stop of the press at a programmed value. RS 232 connection for reading and programming. Up to four programmable set points. 32 storable programs.