Press-in technique

The XMP series

A press-in unit with huge modula­rity. The XMP, which is designed from standar­dised compon­ents, is based on a modular principle and provides a flexible solution for your assembly process for simple as well as for complex tasks.

Gear modules for a process optimized movement speed.

Offers many possi­bi­li­ties like e.g. mounting of a custo­mers motor and confi­gu­ra­tion with motor holding brake, holding brake or backstop.

Diffe­rent variants of the load cell, also available as redun­dant version. The stroke is measured via an absolute stroke measu­ring system.

For a visual support during the assembly the large illumi­nated field shows the process status, the direc­tion of movement and the position of the plunger.

XMP 60 series

XMP 90

Press-in unit with brushless, electro­ni­cally controlled servo motor, digital force sensor, absolute stroke measu­ring system and​large illumi­nated field.

Available in the basic design with 200 mm or 400 mm stroke. Available nominal forces: 0,5 kN, 1 kN and 2 kN in compres­sive or compres­sive and tensile design.

Features

  • Servo motor, motor attach­ment via motor offset for a short design
  • Force measu­re­ment in compres­sion direc­tion (option: calibra­tion for compres­sion and tension)
  • Displa­ce­ment sensor (absolute encoder) directly fitted on the ball screws
  • Distance repeat precision 0.01 mm at approx. 20 mm/s
  • Distance measu­re­ment resolu­tion 0.003 mm

Gear module

  • Gear module 4Z (to max. 2 kN), Stamping speed max. 300 mm/s in both direc­tions conti­nuously variable

Execu­tion force sensor

  • KU: Force sensor bottom, integrated in the plunger; Precision of force measu­re­ment 0.5% of the final value
  • RU: Redudant force sensor bottom, integrated in the plunger; Precision of force measu­re­ment 0.5% of the final value

Standard options

  • Calibra­tion force sensor for the execu­tion of force measu­re­ment DZ (compres­sion and tension) — instal­la­tion option KU (force sensor bottom)

Access­ories

  • Fan unit for cooling the motor
  • Sealing air connec­tion – avoids the ingress of dirt particles into the press-in unit
  • Portal frame manufac­tured accor­ding to customer-specific requirements
  • C‑frame manufac­tured accor­ding to customer-specific requirements
  • Service package – lubri­ca­tion set
XMP 90

XMP 90 series

XMP 90

Press-in unit with brushless, electro­ni­cally controlled servo motor, digital force sensor, absolute stroke measu­ring system and​large illumi­nated field.

Available in the basic design with 200 mm or 400 mm stroke. Available nominal forces: 5 kN, 12,5 kN and 25 kN in compres­sive or compres­sive and tensile design.

Features

  • Servo motor, motor attach­ment via motor offset for a short design
  • Force measu­re­ment in compres­sion direc­tion (option: calibra­tion for compres­sion and tension)
  • Displa­ce­ment sensor (absolute encoder) directly fitted on the ball screws
  • Distance repeat precision 0.01 mm at approx. 20 mm/s
  • Distance measu­re­ment resolu­tion 0.003 mm

Gear module

  • Gear module 4Z (to max. 25 kN), Stamping speed max. 200 mm/s in both direc­tions conti­nuously variable
  • Gear module 2Z (to max. 12,5 kN), Stamping speed max. 400 mm/s in both direc­tions conti­nuously variable
  • Gear module 1Z (to max. 5 kN), Stamping speed max. 900 mm/s in both direc­tions conti­nuously variable

Execu­tion force sensor

  • KU: Force sensor bottom, integrated in the plunger; Precision of force measu­re­ment 0.5% of the final value
  • RU: Redudant force sensor bottom, integrated in the plunger; Precision of force measu­re­ment 0.5% of the final value

Standard options

  • Calibra­tion force sensor for the execu­tion of force measu­re­ment DZ (compres­sion and tension) — instal­la­tion option KU (force sensor bottom)
  • Motor holding brake for higher tool weight as well as in combi­na­tion with backstop or holding brake for braking the movement.
  • Holding brake – blocks the drive moving in and out (holding time max. 999 s), i.e. to move the plunger of the press-in unit, the brake must be switched off.
  • Backstop – blocks the drive only when moving in (holding time as long as desired). Due to the mecha­nical design (free-wheel, almost backlash-free), the plunger is inhibited against “pushing in” in any position and can thus hold a counter­force. The perma­nent holding of the set force is guaran­teed by the regula­tion by means of the stepper motor control.

Access­ories

  • Fan unit for cooling the motor
  • Sealing air connec­tion – avoids the ingress of dirt particles into the press-in unit
  • Portal frame manufac­tured accor­ding to customer-specific requirements
  • C‑frame manufac­tured accor­ding to customer-specific requirements
  • Service package – lubri­ca­tion set
XMP 90

XMP 120 series

XMP 90

Press-in unit with brushless, electro­ni­cally controlled servo motor, digital force sensor, absolute stroke measu­ring system and​large illumi­nated field.

Available in the basic design with 200 mm or 400 mm stroke. Available nominal forces: 30 kN, 50 kN, 75 kN and 100 kN in compres­sive or compres­sive and tensile design.

Features

  • Servo motor, motor attach­ment via motor offset for a short design
  • Force measu­re­ment in compres­sion direc­tion (option: calibra­tion for compres­sion and tension)
  • Displa­ce­ment sensor (absolute encoder) directly fitted on the ball screws
  • Distance repeat precision 0.01 mm at approx. 20 mm/s
  • Distance measu­re­ment resolu­tion 0.003 mm

Gear module

  • Gear module 3Z + Motor 1M (to max. 30 kN), Stamping speed max. 500 mm/s in both direc­tions conti­nuously variable
  • Gear module 3Z + Motor 2M (to max. 50 kN), Stamping speed max. 320 mm/s in both direc­tions conti­nuously variable
  • Gear module 5Z + Motor 1M (to max. 50 kN), Stamping speed max. 270 mm/s in both direc­tions conti­nuously variable
  • Gear module 5Z + Motor 2M (to max. 100 kN), Stamping speed max. 170 mm/s in both direc­tions conti­nuously variable

Execu­tion force sensor

  • KU: Force sensor bottom, integrated in the plunger; Precision of force measu­re­ment 0.5% of the final value
  • RU: Redudant force sensor bottom, integrated in the plunger; Precision of force measu­re­ment 0.5% of the final value

Standard options

  • Calibra­tion force sensor for the execu­tion of force measu­re­ment DZ (compres­sion and tension) — instal­la­tion option KU (force sensor bottom)
  • Motor holding brake for higher tool weight as well as in combi­na­tion with backstop or holding brake for braking the movement. The motor version 2M is equipped with a motor holding brake.
  • Holding brake – blocks the drive moving in and out (holding time max. 999 s), i.e. to move the plunger of the press-in unit, the brake must be switched off.
  • Backstop – blocks the drive only when moving in (holding time as long as desired). Due to the mecha­nical design (free-wheel, almost backlash-free), the plunger is inhibited against “pushing in” in any position and can thus hold a counter­force. The perma­nent holding of the set force is guaran­teed by the regula­tion by means of the stepper motor control.

Access­ories

  • Fan unit for cooling the motor
  • Sealing air connec­tion – avoids the ingress of dirt particles into the press-in unit
  • Portal frame manufac­tured accor­ding to customer-specific requirements
  • C‑frame manufac­tured accor­ding to customer-specific requirements
  • Service package – lubri­ca­tion set
XMP 90