Die Cut Heat Seal Fabric on Belt Clamp Feed System – with Upper Heated Platen

with Die Cutting Presses

SCHWABE USA Straight Ram Hydraulic Beam Press Model SR350

Cutting on Belt Clamp Feed System with Upper Heated Platen for Die Cut Heat Seal

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Faster Side Die Loading Unit

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General Specifications

Country of Manufacture – USA

Cutting Force – 350 U.S. Tons

Head & Bed Size – 60”D x 80”W

Cutting Stroke – 8” Daylight

Opening – 9” from head to bed without cutting surface.

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Belt Clamp Feed System on SCHWABE SR350

Belt Clamp Feed System on SCHWABE SR350

Cutting Surface – Nylon Belt

Pneumatic Adjustable Die Rails – – Die to be manually loaded from the side of the press Standing at the outfeed of the machine, facing the center press, die to be loaded from the left side of the machine

SR-350 System with mechanical stops and Clamp-Feed, 1″ Stroke, 60″ feed at 60IPS Servo drive (no dwell time) =13-14 strokes per minute

 

Heated Platen – Approximately 60”D x 80”W top heated platen.

Die Cut Heat Seal Upper Heated Platen on Schwabe Model 350

Die Cut Heat Seal with Upper Heated Platen on Schwabe Model 350

Panel Control – Allen Bradley PLC and touch screen operator interface controls (menu driven).

Feed System – Clamp feed/ belt combination

 

Belt Clamp Feed System Clamp feed system complete with one movable pneumatically actuated clamp bar with linear bearing guide for smooth, precise travel.

Also includes one pneumatically actuated fixed clamp bar with manual controls located on in feed side of press.

Both clamps equipped with stop mechanism to control closing position so that material is not crushed.Clamps have 6” maximum opening (adjustable) and are designed to run multiple plies of material.

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Faster Side Die Loading 

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Fastest Side Die Loading SCHWABE SR350

Fastest Side Die Loading SCHWABE SR350

Contact sales@freemanschwabe.com

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