Webinars for setters on transfer and servo presses

How to act correctly in the given situation? This is the question currently facing every decision-maker and manager.

 

Keeping social contact restrictions, expanding the employees' knowledge, getting prepared for the future and in so doing motivating colleagues and employees even more. A webinar, that is an online workshop, allows all these guidelines to be adhered to.

 As a developer for virtual solutions in the stamping industry, this idea has been on my mind not just since the rise of coronavirus. This is because one of the biggest cost drivers behind a workshop are travel costs. With a webinar, these are omitted, and your "investment" is spent to a maximum extent on knowledge gain.

 That is why I prepared following two webinars for people responsible for stroke rates and optimization in press shops:

Programming of servo Press curves tailored to tool and workpart needs

How-to setup 3-axis transfer movements


Specifically, the ram curve on servo presses is defined manufacturer-dependent and differs from one manufacturer to another. However, the basic principles behind this are tool and component-dependent and thus universally applicable.

 

This means that the basic principles for an optimized servo slide curve is the same and can be applied to any press.

Electronic and freely programmable 3-axis transfer systems can be optimally adapted to the conditions by programming.

 

By changing the start and stop angles for each axis, the movement can be adapted to the given clearance. On the other hand, process reliability can be increased by defining the angles with low acceleration, and the wear on guides and drives of the transfer system can be reduced.



 This Webinar's objectives:

  • Description of how to determine tool-specific values for curve programming
  • Influence, dependencies and determination of restricting velocities of the press slide
  • Full stroke or pendulum stroke - what is the best stroke height?

This Webinar's objectives:

  • Setting of the 3-axis transfer motion to the lower and upper part of the tool
  • Understanding the circular chart "read
  • Setting accelerations and speeds using angles
  • Determine characteristic tool locations for motion modeling
  • Proper programming of part controls

Duration: app. 3 hours

Duration: 2x app. 3,5 hours

(2 sessions)


Requirements:

  • Computer with Internet connection incl. workstation
  • Permission to install plug-ins or apps, if needed.
  • Microphone and camera for interaction
  • Maximum 6 participants per session for best results
  • Minimum of 3 participants

On request - and if the minimum number of participants is reached - the webinars can be held for participants of only one company. Thus special, also internal topics can be addressed.

 

Are you interested as a person responsible for the press shop, process and output optimization or as a setter? Please contact me via the contact form to receive information on dates and costs.

 

May we remain optimistic & healthy!