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Stamping Presses

Presses using Dynamically Variable Stroke Technology 

Dynamically Variable Stroke means that the stroke of any application using a crank shaft, connecting rod, crank, and translating part (ie a ram) can have the stroke of its translating part varied while it is in motion.

 

When applied to stamping presses The Dynamically Variable Stroke Technology allows the preset stroke and the tonnage to be varied.

Examples of typical designs for this application are :

The ball bearing DVST converter—applied to single crank stamping press.

The journal bearing DVST Converter- applied to double ended shaft Stamping Press.

Advantages

Tonnage increases as stroke is set shorter.

Easier and quicker to set up and more flexible.