Quick Die Change System

Classification : Quick Die Change System

FORWELL PRECISION MACHINERY CO., LTD.

FORWELL PRECISION MACHINERY CO., LTD.
Country: Taiwan
Phone: 886-4-8345196
Fax: 886-4-8345197
Contact Person: James Hsiao

•    Decreased die change time

•    Designed for hydraulic and pneumatic presses

•    Increased efficiency
•    Reduced labor costs
•    Safer operations
Forwell’s Quick Die Change System is an automatic die changing system that can be specifically designed for hydraulic and mechanical power presses and press production lines. This system automates the die changing process and provides increased speed, efficiency and productivity to a workshop. The Quick Die Change System not only reduces die change time, but also promotes diverse small batch production runs and streamlines production management. 

Quick Die Change Systems are becoming a standard for large manufacturers as they not only increase production efficiency, but also improve the overall working environment. The Automatic Die Change System can be built specifically for your machining requirements and will drastically reduce machine idle time during die changes, boosting your competitiveness. There are also a number of indirect benefits of installing a Quick Die Change System for your hydraulic and mechanical type press machines. 

Firstly, automated operations reduce labor expenses, but also reduce workshop accidents and the physical stresses on operators, making them more productive. Secondly, all dies can be changed without any modification allowing for the use of standardized die and press equipment, saving costs. Lastly, multiple presses can share a single Quick Die Change System, further economizing on costs and resulting in higher efficiency and productivity.
Basic clamp selection Select TX Clamp when die U-slots are provided.
Select TY Clamp when die U-slots are not provided.
Determine the required clamping force Clamping force = 20% of Press Tonnage
Distribution of upper to lower die clamping force Higher press tonnage for the upper die.
Ratio of upper clamping force to lower clamping force=3:2
(Single die clamping force)=(upper or lower die clamping force)÷number of clamps
How to determine the number of clamps required Determine the number of clamps according to the dimensions and configuration of your die and the T-slot arrangement on the press.
Screw Bolt M16 M18 M20 M24 M30 M38
Clamping Force (tf) 3 4 6 10 15 20
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