NEW Automatic Traveling Head Press by SCHWABE Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

SCHWABE Automatic Traveling Head Press, Model STH-75

With InFeed Pinch Roll feed system for indexing material under the head of the Press.

with Die Cutting Presses

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General Specifications


Made in USA – Designed, Engineered and Assembled in Cincinnati, Ohio USA
Cutting Force – 75 U.S. Tons
Head Size – 65”D x 65”W
-Bottom portion of the head to be stainless steel 304
Bed Size – 65” D x 90” W
-Top portion of the bed to be stainless steel 304


Working Height – 36”
Cutting Stroke – 6” adjustable
Daylight Opening – 7”

Dual Chain Traverse – Powered by AC motor with encoder for accurate placement of the head.
-Machine capable of shifting 12” right or left from center (24” of travel total)

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Linear Transducer – for bottom stroke setting, capable of infinitely adjusting the stroke in increments of 0.001”
Die Mounting – Manual die rails in head of press that are manually adjustable left to right for different size die boards and cutting boards.

Feed System

In-Feed pneumatic pinch roll feed with no staging area beyond the guard.

Feed length to be programmed for automatic recall through the HMI

Feed can be manually activated using touchless palm buttons

The bottom roll of the pinch roll assembly will be designed so that it is placed approx. 5/8” above the base of the machine (not including any wear plate or cutting pad).

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For more information call

1 513 947 2888

or

Email sales@freemanschwabe.com

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