Die Cutting Fiberglass type material on Belt Feed System (Belt Direct Drive)

Freeman Schwabe Model FH200 Full Head Hydraulic Beam Press

General Specifications – Full Head Model FH200


Model FH200 Full Head Hydraulic Beam Press

Cutting Force – 220 U.S. Tons

Head & Bed Size – 59.1”D x 98.4”W

Effective Cutting Area – 57.1”D x 82.7”W

Cutting Stroke – 7.1”

Daylight – 8.1” from head to bed without cutting surface 2.6.

Max. Material Width – 80” (2032mm)

Motorized 4 Post Mechanical Stops – with Linear transducer
Position Adjustable Pneumatic Die Rails –in the head of the press.
Cutting Surface – Urethane cutting belt

Fiberglass type material is on a roll.
Roll stand keeps a lazy loop as the material is guided onto the urethane cutting belt.

DSCF5444In-Feed Conveyor – (Stationary) Approx. 48”W x 59.1”L with transition plate to in-feed cutting belt.
This is where customer will locate their ink jet printing system for parts identification
This conveyor is with the ability to easily adjust height from approx. 38” belt height to approx. 47″.

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Panel Control – Allen Bradley PLC and touch screen operator interface controls (menu driven). Includes 250-die memory for recall of feed length, sheet rows, etc., (accessed thru a touch screen).

Includes various production/maintenance reports (screens) menu
driven as well as computerized diagnostics with Ethernet capability for remote diagnostics/trouble-shooting.
 Strong Arm brand Pendant control station.

Operational – Controls for set-up and operation, with low pressure die height setting.
Press Shutdown – Mushroom type shut-off button easily assessable at the control panel and on all corners of the machine.
Control Stations – 2 in-feed and 2 out-feed control stations to be moved and mounted to the beginning of the press weldment.
Activation – Push button activation after input of information thru the Operator Interface/Touch Screen.

Meets all OSHA Safety Requirements as interpreted by Freeman Schwabe

+1 513 947 2888
Email: sales@freemanschwabe.com

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