Die Cutting Memory Foam / Anti Fatigue Mats on SCHWABE USA Pneumatic Press

Manufacturing Process – Memory Foam Mats

Cutting three common sizes of Memory Foam Mats – 18×30 / 21×39 / 32×40
Mats are first run through a furnace to be heated prior to being die cut. Foam is then hand placed under the cutting head. Total cycle time ranges from 10 to 60 seconds.


Machine is designed for two operators. One on the in-feed side of the machine loading the mats, one on the out-feed side of the machine removing the mat and the scrap once cut.

SCHWABE USA Die Cutting Pneumatic Press  

Demo Press with One of Four Independent Dies in Place

Variable Pressure – Up to 10 Tons per cutting station via pneumatic air cylinder (40 tons total when all 4 heads are pressed) 
Each head, or station, is powered via (2) 12″ pneumatic cylinders

Country of Manufacture – USA

Each head, or station, is powered via (2) 12″ pneumatic cylinders

Pressure can be variably set, manually, for each cutting head 

Pressure set by adjustment to pneumatic valve

General plant air pressure is 80-85PSI

Head Size (4 head total) – 42”D x 30”W

Bed Size – 54”D x 140”W 

Working Height – 35″
Stroke – 5”
Daylight – 5”

Cutting Surface – Cutting surface to be on the bed of the press. No oscillation or shifting of the cutting surface

Safety Guarding – Meets or exceeds all OSHA machine safety requirements including specification 1910.217(f)

Pressure can be variably set, manually, for each cutting head
Pressure set by adjustment to pneumatic valve
General plant air pressure is 80-85PSI
Head Size (4 head total) – 42”D x 30”W

Contact

sales@freemanschwabe.com

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